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TOPIC: That Scary Second Mammogram
Created by: SexusNTexas
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None of us "likes" to go have our boobs smashed. I went a few weeks ago. Now, I've gotten a call back for a second look plus a sonogram. Of course, that's a scary phone call. And logically, I KNOW it's probably okay, that most women end up being called for a second one, etc. I am not very logical about my breasts. It was a bit scary. The word "nodule" sounds a bit sci fi to me too. And the report stated that I did not have dense breasts (good to know they're intelligent breasts!). So, as I did on FB, I asked for stories. Reassurance. Camaraderie. Help. And that's what I'm asking again here. Thanks. Share. Gina
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Thank you Gina

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{snicker, snicker} how apropos!

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thank you Ms Kibbles! It says Gemini The Twins on the front:)

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Mrs. Sexus, off-topic, I know....but that's a HOT pic!

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Jenny, that's quite amazing. Loved reading your post.

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Gina, I was 25 when I found my lump, there was no family history although a year after I finished treatment my paternal Aunt was diagnosed. That was 17 years ago. I had a very aggressive type of cancer and had a lumpectomy with chemo and radiation treatments. At the time my son was 2. My Dr's said the chemo would cause me to be infertile. Well 8 months after my last chemo treatment I was pregnant with our second son. Then 5 years later I was pregnant with our daughter. My hubby had a vasectomy when she was 4 months old. I now continue to have yearly mammogram and monthly self exams, with a few scares along the way. I have 2 very different sized breasts but that is part of the uniqueness of me. Dr's don't always know everything and it is a good thing they are keeping an eye on it, early detection saves lives. Jenny

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Mrs. Sexus, I know what you mean about the whole bitchy thing! I think we all get little twinges every now and then, it's human nature, but acting on it just escalates things and just feeds the "monster". I doubt seriously if I'd ever be envied, and I try to be very amiable. It just doesn't benefit anyone to get catty, so I try not to let it go there.

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Thanks, and I agree that we girls need to stick together! I find it fascinating when women are so competitive and bitchy to each other. I do not see other women as a "threat" nor do I feel intimidated by females who are younger, older, prettier, thinner, fitter, sexier, more "successful", able to leap tall buildings, able to do the splits on top of my husband, etc.

I like friends who aren't afraid to tell it like it is, and be honest with me. I also appreciate women who are supportive of each other.

There are several of you in here who know that that is exactly what you are to me, as well as encouraging.

Hugs and smooches and all that. G.

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Mrs. Sexus, We girls gotta stick together!

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Kibbles, Doc and the technicians say my breasts are not dense, so we'll see. I tend to agree that they are quite intelligent breasts at times:)

No periods, had hysterectomy in 1994. But yes, hormones still play an active part in my life, as my one little remaining ovary keeps thinking it can, thinking it can.

I've had friends who died of breast cancer, and some birth familiy members who've fought it. I do take it seriously. I often joke about things that scare the hell out of me.

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