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Old 01-15-2012, 07:05 PM   #31
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thank you ginnie
thank you for your care
of another human
never change that quality
i do take medicine
very powerful amounts
amounts i am uncomfortable
with
but it is what it is
pain on top of pain on top of pain and so on
i still am draining
trying not to type
a different life

you take care
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Old 01-16-2012, 09:53 AM   #32
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You are a light in the darkness for all of us. Through you, I have learned how to pray, and its importance for all of us. I hope your pain is less today. I consider it Gods gift to me, that I found this site and the guidance. ginnie
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Old 02-26-2012, 03:32 AM   #33
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went to my oncology appointment
was very happy with Dr.
a piece of my breast tissue
will be sent to a doctor who reads DNA
mine will be read
this will tell us the course of action
so far my pathology report shows
my cancer is hormone driven
my estrogen levels are 90%+
so now depending on its
findings just wait and see
one thing for certain
the doctor will treat the outcome
of my genetic make-up
a pill for the next 5 five years
this test will also let the doctor
know if i need cemo
reconstructive can continue but no
implants till seen by oncologist
the pills will be hormone
hormone replacement
he explains how the cancer is talking
and telling us how to move forward
until then
keep well check your breasts
especially after 40 hormonal changes
occur on average for the next 12 years
or so then menopause
side effects from pill
hot flashes mood swings
aren't we looking at some fun stuff
anyway i'll keep posting
anyone with questions
feel free to ask me
i'll explain the best i can
take good care of yourself
God is Good
Amen!
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Old 03-06-2012, 09:48 PM   #34
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dear friends

go to the reconstruction surgeon tomorrow
still awaiting pathology of breast
it was sent to California
takes 3 weeks 2 more
this test is a DNA test
will determine chemo in
conjunction with HRT for 5 years
my cancer was hormone driven
i am hoping no chemo just
take tomoxifin
i would like to bypass
loosing my hair
we'll see
the spacers have lost original
fullness and if no chemo
eventually spacers come out
and permanent ones go in
so far no complaints
will keep writing
as things move along
be strong and i don't
regret my decision
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Old 03-07-2012, 07:41 PM   #35
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dear friends

went to booby doctor
filled spacers put in
as the breasts were taken
with the nipples
closed spacers are for
stretching the skin
to accept permanent
implants he then inserts
a needle at a special spot
of these spacers until
ready for saline or silicone
today was a 2nd fill in spacers
see him in 2 weeks
till then just got approval
my breast tissue was sent
opposite side of the country
California my dna will be
what they need to help
determine course of care
and what plan is best
for my cancer
will continue to write
take care
check your breasts
i found it
and got my mammos yearly
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Old 03-07-2012, 11:30 PM   #36
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Eva....I have my mamo prescription sitting on my countertop. I put it out this a.m. to remind me to call for an appointment. The doctor gave me a script last August and didn't go for the mamo. He gave me another one a couple of weeks ago. I promise, I will call tomorrow and make the appointment.

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Old 03-16-2012, 09:58 AM   #37
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the time is here
my results are at the
doctors
my DNA
unraveled
my lineage
of my health
in this facility
it's a good thing
blessed my insurance
approved such a test
grateful i am
hopeful
this will allow the doctor
the information on
the meds i will be on
my last visit he did say
it is the newest test
i pray it reveals 0
will get ready now
will bring back the news
have a great day
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Old 03-16-2012, 10:24 AM   #38
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I pray your DNA will allow the kind of medicine that will cure this disease. You are in my prayers right now Eva. I too will go get my mameogram. I have the script, and have it out to call for appt. today. My angel is right beside you. ginnie
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Old 03-16-2012, 05:54 PM   #39
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dear ginnie

i start tamoxifen 20 mg one a day
the report tells my oncology doctor
i would not benefit from chemo
i only need to take tamoxifen for
2 years after that another drug
for 5 years i am thrilled one less
painful process and not having
the loss of hair but i am going
back in the sweating hormone
flux mode never without trade-off
but thankful indeed 7 year treatment
still not exempt from a return of cancer
nonetheless i am relieved i acted on it
right away and no regrets
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Old 03-16-2012, 07:22 PM   #40
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My friends mother, took this medication. Everything turned out OK. This medicine has a good reputation. When you don't have to have the IV chemo, or radiation, that is always a blessing. I think you got an answer to a prayer. Just start getting fully healthy now. I hope you have less pain today. Let Jesus hold you up during the course of treatment. That is who I pray to, to hold me up.
I hope you read that Mark has got something good going on, where he will be able to help alot of folks. Lets both pray for him too. Have a good night Eva. I hope you get no side effects from the medicine. ginnie
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