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    1savsweetie wrote on MollyAWelsh's wall

    So sorry to hear about your situation with your husband. Just remember you need to heal and take care of you, so you can in turn, can help your husband. I can tell your a strong woman. It's not easy to care for a loved one but you are strong. Keep your chin up and keep fighting. I don't know if you are a religious person but if you are God knows your pain, call out to Him. He is my Rock. I will pray for you. Blessings to you.

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      Husband is been home for almost three weeks....but he had to have surgery this week, so he is recovering from that. I do have extra help now in AMs getting him ready for work. I had my oncologist appointment this week and all is doing well. I don't have to go back for 6 months. Still have to see radiation oncologist and surgeon again. Mammogram is already scheduled for Aug. 20th. LIttle nervous about that. I seem to be doing fine on the Tamoxifen. Doctor said if I was going to have side effects from it, it would have happened already.

      over 4 years ago
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    1savsweetie wrote on Fighter's wall

    Sending my support. You will beat this. Yes you are a fighter. Many blessings to you.

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      Thanks so much for the encouragement! I really appreciate it. I just finished my 38 rounds of radiation today. yay!! My journey still has a long way to go though. I will get herceptin every 3 weeks for the next 5 years. Glad I am a fighter! How are you doing?

      over 4 years ago
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    Procedure or Surgery (Lumpectomy): Had my surgery yesterday. Went well but the pain to put in the markers was more than I expected. Also the needle to shoot the tracer dye, was so excruciating that I just can't describe it. The surgery was a breeze compared to the others. Now I wait for pathology reoprt to come back. My Doctor is going to call with results. In two week I go back for a wound check and to find out what my further treatment will be.

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      Hope you are doing better today. Sending good vibes your way!

      over 4 years ago
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    Oh No (Diagnosed): My first reaction is like everyone else....I cryed. I didn't know what kind I have and it really didn't matter..everyone says 'Itll be ok. The advances are great" but I still feel afraid. I have done research on it but its so generalized, I want to know about me. I am hopeful and I have lots of faith in Jesus, that I will be fine....I guess this is just the process I have to go thru.