Had a seizure Mon., in my car while stopping to explain scan to a friend. Luckily, he was able to get help and send me to the hospital by ambulance. Am mri and scan revealed a small encapsulated tumor. The Dr. feels best to remove and radiate.
He has residency and fellowships at Sloan and MD Anderson.
He spoke to my Oncologist at NW and she wants to go after the liver tumors that reappeared in the spot it was removed after this surgery. The lung nodule that grew did not light up. We have been watching it since March. The good news is only the reappearing liver tumor lit up and another small one. She wants to be "aggressive " in treating but I am afraid today.
Just returned to work in September and my appetite has returned to normal. Been eating lots of green veggies and smoothies with kale...
I am still very frightened wondering systemically how this colon cancer is filtering thru my system....?
I am happy to be at the hospital I work at and we have a special MRIS operating room for the neurosurgeons.
Surgery takes 8 hour.
Have had lots of supportive visitors and my ex -husband is on board and supportive with my adult kids.
Today the questions are hitting me and fear of another surgery after this one.
Any encouraging words?
I am a little apprehensive but want to believe I can get to NED again.