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Yes Saturday was the day but turns out that was the day I could have truly lost it too. I find out when they are setting me up that they are only doing my shoulder though the week before I was assured they were do the arm the lumps I am most concerned about.
No just the shoulder was requested and I lost it. I was on some new sleeping medication and I did not wake up myself though slept like a log for the first time in months. Then I find out this, well I am not proud of myself but I could of walked right out of there and spared myself the hour of tears in the machine.
I am no closer to getting anwsers about the lump that come back inconclusive no matter the scan. They see no need to find out what it is believing it is just nothing to worry about. Guess they should read stories on this site to know I am not over reacting. Now I have written a letter to the doctors who will consult on my case before I see surgeon on the 20th of September and let them know I need to get back to work and feel the only reason health has improved is because I am not traumatising my body trying to work through the physical pain and nauseas. My arm doesn't work like it use to and I can't get them to see this.
I am tired and wonder how I will keep up the fight when I wonder if there is help out there for me these days.
There are enough stories to know that diagnosing whatever it is early can help to save lives as well as help to improve quality of lives. Wonder where I fit in with all of this.

Tara

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Handsome Orthoman much nicer now that the verdic in about the shoulder. Funny how that is and now more surgery. Frustrated still and told him so because the MRI was not done of the arm and he too agreed.
He told me that they will do one within the month and will see him again and I said still want biopsy or removal. He said if a change he will and now referring to another surgeon since not cancer related. Funny how that works.
Wow is all I could say and he said surgery is the only answer. Arthritic and very bad no wonder having so much trouble. Well this sure has been a great 50th and can't wait for 60 lolol. Not going to be fun being me if this is what I get to look forward to is all I can think and can't get off it since I thought I had done so well.
Life throws us more curves than what we like is all,
Tara

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