Amen to that!
But then again, if I hadn't gone in for the cysts they probably wouldn't have found the sneaky tumor.....
I think it's just BREASTS that are annoying!
To quote from the movie, "The Princess Bride"......"as you wish". Bloody headstrong women...lol.
If I don't catch you before you leave for wherever you're going...here's wishing you and Matt a very Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!
:-/ I'll cut out the back story behind my suggestion since it's not necessary, but it might not be a bad idea to get another opinion on the whole "wait and see" option. I'm glad that you're okay of course! :-D It's good to be done worrying about it at least in time for the holidays.
Cysts = ouch. My boyfriend gets them in his arms. I freaked out when I first felt them and sqauwked about him going to a doctor asap, but he assured me that he's had them for years and doctors told him they're not a problem.
They're faxing over the images from the ultrasound to my primary doctor right now, so she'll take a look at them and will get back to me on it too, just to double-check.
Cysts = yucky!
3 docters saw you and all three said it should be fine, that is definately a relief for now.
You do live a very healthy life style, I envy that! :-)
Take care of yourself and sont stress!!
Thank you, Lindy! I agree - seeing as they don't need to see me again for 6 months, it can't be anything too major!
I've had fibrocystic breast disease since I was 19 and had to have a lump removed, but it was benign and I've never had any further problems. All will be fine with you too!!!!!
Thank you, Colleen! I think it will all be fine =)
No kidding - I always assumed that somebody as young and flat-chested as me wouldn't have to worry about such things for many, many years - if ever!
My best wishes are with you! I'm glad it doesn't seem serious!
You hate being a mammal?! What genus would you rather be? :)
I think Jasmine is more of a reptile-like person.....
That stinks, but it really sounds to not be too serious. I hope all stays harmless.
My co-worker is going through chemo right now and is still working ever day, as happy as can be and ready to climb a mountain. I'm so glad doctors can catch things early these days. Sounds like you/they did. :)
Thank you! I think I'll turn out just fine =) I'm a very healthy person, and I've got a good helper monkey (ahem, kaokame
) looking out for me too, hehe.
hey jasmine...well let's see...i was gonna tell you not to worry, but you will..of course, this is normal...i hear these things happening around me all the time and so it keeps me from going to the doctor, i know it isn't smart, but I JUST DON'T WANT TO KNOW ANYTHING! my friends and family get on me all the time to go, but i don't go!! you need to get your mind off it, have fun, drink alot like i do and while you're partying, i will be over here talkin to our higher being..they will party with us and they always listen!! love you gal! your texas buddy ~~patty~~
PS...i go to the dentist and i have two little goosebumps too? :))
Lol, I always like your attitude, Patty!!!!!
That sounds like a lot of poking and prodding by strangers, argh! But, what must be done, must be done -- and hopefully it wont turn out to be anything too serious. Here's wishing you the best, Jasmine!
Sometimes I hate being a "girl".
Sending positive vibes your way!!
Ah, no kidding! Thank you Deana!
I always assumed that somebody as young and flat-chested as me wouldn't have to worry about such things for many, many years - if ever!
HAHAHAHA-dont ask me why but that made me laugh. I found heard this poem that is hilarious that i must find again so that i can let you read it. I literally never laughed so hard listening to poetry.
So let me see - I can always find some morbid reason to be cheery about something. Lets say the lums do sweel a little bit but they stay totally benign and never are of any danger to you-then hey there you go, instant boob job. though they may turn out lumpy.
Sorry-morbid mind. My belly is getting round :-( it is soooo weird. i will post a picture sooner or later...it will make those who know what i look like normally giggle. Giggling is healthy.
Lol, you are awesome, Jillianne!!! (Thanks for posting those belly-pics, by the way!).
I very happy to hear that everything is okay!
Welcome to the world of female healthcare!
When I was 18 I had a lump and had a mammogram which turned out to be a clogged milk duct(!?!?!) Ever since then I have had to keep an eye on the pair of them. Last year my mammo came up with a lumpy thing on the left one and I had to go back for a 6-month screening on that. The doctors said the same thing to me. Nothing to worry about but do your monthly exams and be mindful. This year the same thing happened so I will be back for a 6-month checkup again myself! OUCH!
So it isn't really anything to worry about as long as you do those self-exams (most cancer is actually found earlier by the self-exams) and go get any mammos when the doctors say to.
Thank you, Madeline! Definitely - I'm encouraging everybody I know to keep up with their self-exams - the more I read about it, the more important I know it is to do!
I'm so sorry you're having to go through this ((((big hugs)))). Sounds like your doctors are on top of it, it's always nice to have more than one doctor looking out for you. Guess the best thing to do is put it out of your mind as much as possible until your next check up. Thanks for the update :) And Happy Painting!
Thank you, Michelle!
Thank you also so very much for the Christmas Card! You are such a sweetheart!!!!!