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To know or not to know

Friday, October 05, 2012

When I was younger, I always 'knew' when I was pregnant. Even the first time when of course, I had nothing to compare it to. Eventually it dawned on me, if I was having 'symptoms' and I thought I might be pregnant, but I didn't KNOW I was, then I wasn't. A logic that never let me down.

The same was true when I 'knew', my toothache was due to a Wisdom tooth coming through. And when I 'knew' I had bronchitis. Likewise when my Doctor thought I might have pneumonia but I knew it was a chest infection. And when I knew the severe pain in my chest was an ulcer, not a heart problem. So on that basis, I don't 'know' the lump is malignant, so it must be benign. Figures eh?

In that case, I should shut up about it and we can just dance some more. We could start with that blast from the past' The Bump. emoticon

Bright blessings.
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BOHEMIANCAT 10/7/2012 5:59PM

    Mine was benign... I never worried about it, because I "knew" too.
Here is hoping it turns out that way for you.
Linda

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BLITZEN40 10/6/2012 1:33PM

    The waiting (for confirmation one way or the other) is the hardest part! Sounds like you have a pretty good 6th sense about these things, so that should help to rest easier. Besides, worrying is like rocking in a rocking chair; you can do it all day, but it won't get you anywhere! So keep dancing... it's way more fun! emoticon

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TRESSWANN 10/6/2012 7:36AM

    Wisdom says you do know what's going on. The wait is horrid. When i finally got my "diagnosis" that I had waited almost a year through various tests for, I was about to start a class, doctor told me and I didn't have time for it . I was yes, yes, have to go. It worked out well. Whatever it is, you will be able to move forward

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STONECOT 10/6/2012 4:15AM

    Most lumps are benign, but I hope you're right anyway. Mine wasn't, and it was nasty. But I'm going for my five year mammogram and check up in a couple of weeks, and hopefully will be discharged. It totally changes your perspective, but there is life after cancer so don't despair, always here for you if you need me.

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