All good news on Breast MRI!

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Nana C.
Nana C. Member Posts: 108
I received great news, MRI was fine. That information was given to me by phone by surgeon's Nurse. Went I received the written report ( the letter from the hospital, not from rad) it said to have a mamo in 4 months. Does that sound right? I see my onco the end of Ferbruary and plan on asking him about it, just thought maybe you awesome ladies might know something about this.

Oh, by the way when I had MRI prior to surgery I was told I had 5 other places (non cancerous)and the nurse didn't say anything about that. I should have asked her, just wanted to hear the good news!

Thank you all for all you do!
Nana

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  • disneyfan2008
    disneyfan2008 Member Posts: 6,583 Member
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    way to go...YIPPPEe
    Denise

    way to go...YIPPPEe

    Denise
  • DebbyM
    DebbyM Member Posts: 3,289 Member
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    Congrats!

    Congrats!
  • Frankie Shannon
    Frankie Shannon Member Posts: 457
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    Yes i would ask my onc.My
    Yes i would ask my onc.My friend goes every six months but it probable depends on what your onc.wants.I don't get mamo's any more but have to see my onc.every six months also.Hugs Frankie
  • Kylez
    Kylez Member Posts: 3,761 Member
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    Yes i would ask my onc.My
    Yes i would ask my onc.My friend goes every six months but it probable depends on what your onc.wants.I don't get mamo's any more but have to see my onc.every six months also.Hugs Frankie

    I think each oncologist
    I think each oncologist might do it differently inre to when we go for our mammos. Some go every 6 months and some go once a year. Congrats on your good news!
  • LoveBabyJesus
    LoveBabyJesus Member Posts: 1,679 Member
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    Bravo!
    Congrats on your good news! May you continue to be cancer free and enjoy a healthy life.

    I am not sure about the timing, but 4 months seems too soon. I've always heard every 6 months, but I'll let the other sisters comment.

    Happy news is always wonderful. :)
  • missrenee
    missrenee Member Posts: 2,136 Member
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    Bravo!
    Congrats on your good news! May you continue to be cancer free and enjoy a healthy life.

    I am not sure about the timing, but 4 months seems too soon. I've always heard every 6 months, but I'll let the other sisters comment.

    Happy news is always wonderful. :)

    That is great news, Nana
    My breast MRIs are every 6 months. I guess every doctor is different.

    Rejoice and celebrate. You deserve it.

    Hugs, Renee
  • MAJW
    MAJW Member Posts: 2,510 Member
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    missrenee said:

    That is great news, Nana
    My breast MRIs are every 6 months. I guess every doctor is different.

    Rejoice and celebrate. You deserve it.

    Hugs, Renee

    Wonderful!!!
    Wonderful news!!!! It's always such a blessing to hear GOOD news on this board...couldn't be happier for you..
    Hugs, Nancy
  • grams2jc
    grams2jc Member Posts: 756
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    Yahoo!!
    Congrats on your good MRI news!!

    Jennifer
  • epark
    epark Member Posts: 339
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    grams2jc said:

    Yahoo!!
    Congrats on your good MRI news!!

    Jennifer

    That's
    That's awesome...congrats...

    Eva
  • Double Whammy
    Double Whammy Member Posts: 2,832 Member
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    epark said:

    That's
    That's awesome...congrats...

    Eva

    Great news on MRI
    Don't know what to say about the 4 month thing. Will that be 6 months from your last mammogram? Always good to double check these things. It's one of the good things about having so many docs involved in our care, we can check one against another.

    Also ask about the "5 other things". If the MRI was clear, I assume they're gone?

    S
  • carkris
    carkris Member Posts: 4,553 Member
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    Great news on MRI
    Don't know what to say about the 4 month thing. Will that be 6 months from your last mammogram? Always good to double check these things. It's one of the good things about having so many docs involved in our care, we can check one against another.

    Also ask about the "5 other things". If the MRI was clear, I assume they're gone?

    S

    awesome! congrats!

    awesome! congrats!
  • debi.18
    debi.18 Member Posts: 850 Member
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    carkris said:

    awesome! congrats!

    awesome! congrats!

    Wonderful
    Congrats!

    hugs, Debi
  • laughs_a_lot
    laughs_a_lot Member Posts: 1,368 Member
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    Great news
    Goody goody gumdrops! About the 4 month interval. All of this may have to do with the unique circumstances of your case. I would not worry too much about it unless of course the doctor didn't want to see this done for an extended length of time.
  • aysemari
    aysemari Member Posts: 1,596 Member
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    Huuurrray
    Good for you Nana!

    Thanks for sharing your good news.

    Ayse
  • Alexis F
    Alexis F Member Posts: 3,598
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    missrenee said:

    That is great news, Nana
    My breast MRIs are every 6 months. I guess every doctor is different.

    Rejoice and celebrate. You deserve it.

    Hugs, Renee

    Mine are every 6 months and
    Mine are every 6 months and I also have an ultrasound and a MRI. Congrats on your very good news!


    Lex
  • survivorbc09
    survivorbc09 Member Posts: 4,374 Member
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    aysemari said:

    Huuurrray
    Good for you Nana!

    Thanks for sharing your good news.

    Ayse

    Congrats Nana!

    Congrats Nana!
  • Megan M
    Megan M Member Posts: 3,000
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    carkris said:

    awesome! congrats!

    awesome! congrats!

    Congrats on the good news
    Congrats on the good news from your MRI!