Oct 05, 2012 - 3:50 pm
Worried and did not sleep the first night. Next day met with the RN Scheduler and had my mammogram on a cd mailed to my Mayo Oncologist. The RN Schedular said 85% of these turn out OK. So I started to feel like just something to do with age and dense breasts as we age. Hopeful.
But today My Onc. called to say the Mayo radiologist concurs and he is setting up the appointments for next week. Now feeling worried and need to know from those who have been there what the findings really mean?????
My Appointments Thursday at Mayo and would appreciate continued support and Prayers. Thank you all.
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU... I met some wonderful ladies who are Breast Cancer Survivors as they too were at the Mayo Clinic for further testing. The support in each waiting room as I went through the tests from others waiting for their tests and results was so comforting. Good news...told the changes look like normal tissue. I still have my chemo port in and the technicians really know how to do a mammogram when one has a chemo port in so I plan to continue to do my annual mammos with my other colon cancer scans.
Still praying for my fellow friend Alice... as she waits for results.