First of all I just want to thank you all who signed your name, and promised to never use the R word, and you teachers that promised to not allow your students to use it, this is huge, if we can stop it early, we could possibly change an entire generation! Every time a new person told me they signed and had Alex's back tears came to my eyes. This is so important to me, and to see that it is to you as well means the world. So thank you!
Also thank you for all your lumpy breast comments, it made me feel so much better knowing about all those other lumpy breasts that were healthy! Love your encouragements!
Ok, on to the appointment. After walking under the cancer institute sign, I checked in and went straight for the cancer and breast pamphlets. Quickly reading I saw a paragraph that said ultrasounds are good for diagnosing a found lump as either a fluid filed cyst or a solid mass which may be cancerous.
My name was called, and once I was on the table, I asked the wonderful sweet lady if she was able to tell me what she saw or if I had to wait for the doctor, of course, I had to wait. As soon as the lump appeared on the screen, I said that looks like it has fluid in it, she then said I cannot confirm that, but you should get a job here. After weekly sonograms with Alex apparently I'm a bit of an expert. So as I had already diagnosed the doctors report was that it is a fluid filled cyst, that will cause no harm. It may be there forever, it may not. What a weight that was lifted, now I can focus on the long life I will live, and take care of these babies!