Dec 03, 2009 - 7:13 pm
I am so happy to write that my husband Kevin had a good report from his recent PET/CT scans today. They found three very tiny blips that the doctors are not at all concerned about that will be monitored at the next scans in March. He is also having an ultra sound to check his thyroid at the end of the month. It is not lit up like it has cancer, but they did want to examine it further. Tomorrow we meet with the ENT, and the oncologists mentioned that the ENT may want to dilate his throat if it is too narrow. Has anyone had this done who might share a bit about what that might feel like? Do they do it in the office, or is it a procedure done under anesthetic at the hospital?
Thanks again for all the support I have gotten from this site over these past few months. It has been invaluable!!!
Blessings on you ALL!