My girl friend who i love very much just gut results that she is a catagory 5 she has a biopscy tomorrow. I walk around and just start to cry. I go from angry to the depths of dispair. I cry for me for her for us and sometimes I just cry. I am 54 years old and had one bad marriage i just found the love of my life last year and two weeks ago our world started falling apart. I am very strondg and caring with her and am there for her. When I leave it all starts again. What do I do now. she muliple spots and one is 6x6x4cm with tenticles. she has already decided if its bad to get a second opinion from MD Anderson. I am a 6'2" former marine and this scares the hell out of me. Please give me some good advice or something to hang my hat on. I feel lost and helpless. I am strong for her but colapse when apart.View Thread
The results are mixed. The pathology came back that all six samples were benign; however, her radiologist and doctor both indicate it has to be a mistake. We are going in for a smekind of special MRI on wednesday the 8/14/13 to have that done. He has indicated it will convince him either way. If he is still not convinced about the path report he may want to do a lumpectomy. Bottom line we are still unsure with a little hope.Tank you and I will keep you posted.View Thread
She had the bioosy on Monday. They said we should here by today(wednesday) She is at work now waiting and I am at work try to focus and not cry and waiting. The dr. said it is not a matter of whether but what type aof surgery and how bad it will bbe. She was clear last year now she has a 7x6x4 cm mass with tenticles and several clusters. I am so scared. Thanks for listening to my ramblings. I just feel lost in a daze. I am so worried she also has lupus. I just got my arms around that. Wow she needs a break.View Thread
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