1. Julia Busche at |

    This kind of truly answered my difficulty, thank you!

  2. Juan Torres at |

    Breast Cancer is one of the diseases that affects most women but it can be detected early and treated early too*::

  3. Caitlin Baker at |

    we can always prevent cancer by regular self-breast exams~””

  4. Joseph Wright at |

    Breast Cancer as with other types of cancer, can be prevented by early intervention.’::

  5. […] all the anxiety I’ve endured since getting my first mammogram in July, seeing the spots, getting a second opinion, and then having them removed with a […]

  6. […] use radiation to make a couple of images in order to locate the spots on several planes. More radiation from medical tests that I’d rather not be exposed to, all things […]

  7. Abi at |

    okay, duh — should have read your next post…

  8. Abi at |

    I had a mammogram while in college, and subsequently had a lump removed (benign) — remember? I can’t remember what the lump looked like on the mammogram (and subsequent sonogram) though. With our family history though, you need to follow up ASAP, please. Are they doing a sonogram next? A biopsy? Warm, fuzzy, loving virtual hugs coming your way.

  9. Cheryl at |

    I don’t know you, either, but I wish you strength during this uncertain time.
    Wishing you wellness~

  10. Emily Cotler at |

    …and the edges shouldn’t be jagged. Please waste NO TIME in following up on that.

  11. Elizabeth Yarnell at |

    Thanks, Lisa! I learned long ago to accept all kind thoughts and positive energies as they are offered! 🙂

    I’ll keep you posted…

  12. Lisa at |

    Oh, Elizabeth. I don’t even know you and I feel so bad for you.

    Here’s hoping that it isn’t anything, but good for you for going and getting it done, even if you didn’t want to.

    I’m going to start looking now for a Thermogram. I turn 40 in a year and a half *gasp* and if I start now, maybe I’ll find it.

    As many PV’s to you as you need to get through this difficult time.

    Please let us know when you can how you are doing.


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