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    Asked by banditwalker on Monday, November 1, 2021


    Why is it that when I go to "questions" up top the newest ones are 4 months ago? Did the whole set up change after Greg passed?

    26 Answers from the Community

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    • Ashera's Avatar

      I had a wonderful women photographer as well - they wanted shots down past my hips and at that - everthing fell down to my ankles anyway. She explained that sometimes, they'll take fat from belly or other areas to use in reconstruction. I get that. Probably just overkill on her part as Dr. didn't mention needing to go that direction. And all weekend I've been wondering if 'Hey, I'm under anesthesia anyway - and operating suite is being paid for - so why couldn't he just fit in a tummy tuck too?!' Probably could for a whole bunch of real money! Hoping this week I hear from his assistant that she got the go-ahead from Ucare.

      6 months ago
    • ImWorthIt's Avatar

      Glad to see some chitchat here. Ashera, I was thinking "Wow, that's quite a nice doctor to give you wine and dinner" and then I saw your following-without wine and dine. LOL Oh well, at least WITHOUT the wine and dine it sounds a little more typical of a doctor experience.

      I miss seeing everyone around here. I took quite a bit of time off to try to recoup and put this mess behind me.

      Yet, on November 8 mammo day hit again. It was a good result, but it was a yearly reminder that this will never really ever be "in the past." Not that my daily Anastrazole and seeing myself in the mirror are not daily reminders. Somehow they don't hit me as hard though as it's just part of daily life now. The mammogram- not so much. I don't think I will ever have another one that I don't worry.

      So sorry to hear this site has been so slow and people aren't chatting and sharing like they used to.

      6 months ago
    • Bug's Avatar

      ImWorthIt, I’m so glad your recent mammo was good. And I’m sure I’ll always have scanxiety.

      6 months ago

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