Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Routine Mammograms

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13 years have gone by since I heard the breast specialist say those sobering words:

 "I am 90 percent sure that You have breast cancer" he was wrong....but I did not know that til after the surgery.

Memories of that time of my life sure makes me Thankful for those yearly routine exams like I had yesterday.....

when they say everything is clear with no sign of cancer!

16 comments:

Sandra said...

so happy you had good news yesterday and 13 years ago

Ginny said...

Well, there is a case where you are SO glad the doctor was WRONG!!!! It is time to get mine, too. But I have to wait because mine is still black from the fall. i hope you get good results!!!

sprinkles said...

I've never had one. I really should make an appt. My health insurance with the school would cover it in full.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

No one wants to hear the 'cancer' word. Glad to hear they were wrong this time.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Well glad it was clear!

Stacey Merrill said...

good news. Hope life is treating you well - feels like forever since I've popped by to say hello. Best wishes for a wonderful summer

Small Kucing said...

Hi Kim

the big "c" word is one of the most fearsome word.

Am happy for you that it's all clear.

have a nice day :)

BARBIE said...

Reminds me that I am late for mine!

Elephant's Child said...

Wonderful. I am very, very happy for you.

Enie Dub said...

Here in Ireland mammograms are only offered every 3 yrs or so to women over the age of 55. Of course these are free as part of the government provided healthcare system.

I'm glad you discovered that your doctor was wrong 13 yrs ago!

diane b said...

Well done. Nothing beats that sort of good news.

Ms. CrankyPants said...

AAACK! That would have scared me senseless. I have mine due next month and am dreading it. They really crunch down on your poor, defenseless boobs with vigor, don't they?
Glad to hear you got a clean bill of health!

Debbie said...

One of my favorite friends just finished her final round of chemo for a cancer that they found very, very early. We're praising God together that they did.

My Journey With Candida said...

A Dr saying those words can scare the bejeepers right out of us. So glad it wasn't the C word.

My Odd Sock said...

Hearing that would be terrifying. Brings to mind the day I heard I had MS. Scared the s#@& out of me!

Connie Arnold said...

A scare like that would certainly make you diligent in having those yearly exams. So glad for your good news every time!

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