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Old 12-20-2012, 13:14   #9876
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Can someone call her? This reminds me of when 23Skidoo had his stroke.
I am sorry that I have not been able to keep you people up to date. It does look like Wolfe has tried.

She had surgery on Friday and had an additional surgery today. As you have surmised she is heavily medicated and is in a lot of pain. Hopefully she will not require anymore surgery.

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Old 12-20-2012, 21:34   #9877
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LW keep the posts coming, at least we know you are still kicking and hopefully not feeling too much pain.

Are your current Doc's aware of ALL of your medication history?
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Old 12-20-2012, 22:09   #9878
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Old 12-20-2012, 22:11   #9879
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Hiya ma'am, hang in there!
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Old 12-20-2012, 22:13   #9880
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Funhy, funny

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It's nice to share!!!!
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Old 12-20-2012, 22:25   #9881
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Tis the season!
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Old 12-21-2012, 11:19   #9882
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Tis the season!
Haha, yep. Unfortunately, they're weaning me off ther high dosage of Morphine today, so the word of the day is Pain.

But I'm still here, and as Silent_Runner said, I ended up having 2 surgeries. the first was over 12 hours long. I'l tell more later. I really appreciate the prayers and suppport.
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Old 12-21-2012, 11:26   #9883
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Haha, yep. Unfortunately, they're weaning me off ther high dosage of Morphine today, so the word of the day is Pain.

But I'm still here, and as Silent_Runner said, I ended up having 2 surgeries. the first was over 12 hours long. I'l tell more later. I really appreciate the prayers and suppport.
I wouldn't have expected you to do this the "easy" way.
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Old 12-21-2012, 11:30   #9884
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I wouldn't have expected you to do this the "easy" way.
And why not?
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Old 12-21-2012, 12:12   #9885
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Ms. LW ...I know that I don't know ya well, but I wanted to wish you a speedy recovery and many healthy days beyond that.
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Old 12-21-2012, 12:20   #9886
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And why not?
Oh, just your previous track record.

Hope you feel better soon.
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Old 12-21-2012, 16:24   #9887
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Hi LW,

You have been in our prayers (my wife Kim and I) and we sure are hoping for a speedy recovery and success from the recent surgeries. May you have relief from pain and extra comfort from your many friends, family and of course the one above.

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Old 12-21-2012, 20:41   #9888
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Ms. LW ...I know that I don't know ya well, but I wanted to wish you a speedy recovery and many healthy days beyond that.
Thank you, Ian. It's much appreciated. Most of you here don't know me, or at least you didn't before you talked to me in here, but your thoughts and prayers mean just as much to me. I've even gotten to meet some of you and have made some great friends.



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Oh, just your previous track record.

Hope you feel better soon.
Speaking of someone I consider a great friend....



Oh wait, what did you just say about me?





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You have been in our prayers (my wife Kim and I) and we sure are hoping for a speedy recovery and success from the recent surgeries. May you have relief from pain and extra comfort from your many friends, family and of course the one above.

Steve
Thank you both, very much.



I had my main surgery on Friday, the 14th. It went over 12 hours, that's why they had to go in and take out my post as a separate surgery a few days later. As I posted in that link a couple weeks ago, I had a double mastectomy, with reconstruction done using fat from my lower belly. That means I had to be cut from one hipbone to the other, and gutted much like a fish. The surgeon takes a section sseveral inches high, by the width of my abdomen. Then she uses that to make me new breasts, reconnecting blood vessels, even nerves when possible. She even mentioned in my case she was able to 'touch up' some muscle damage from my previous injury.

The 'results' are still painful and very swollen, but I can tell she did a great job creating and shaping them. They're still draining, and will for several more days. Once the sweeling goes down, and I heal up, this should be a 'permanent' installation. Unlike silicone or saline implants. Right now I can't walk, because I can't stand upi straight. That's from the skin and fat taken from my belly. I can only hobble a short distance on a walker, and with someone right behind me for another day or so. That'll improve after I get my stitches out. For now I'm pretty much bedridden, with you folks to keep me company. My friend has been here with me most of the time, too.

Other than the long recovery from this surgery, I'm waiting for the biopsy results. I they're clear, I'm in remission. A survivor, at least until the next check. If they results aren't clear............... Send up a few prayers, wouldya please?
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Old 12-21-2012, 20:49   #9889
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Thank you, Ian. It's much appreciated. Most of you here don't know me, or at least you didn't before you talked to me in here, but your thoughts and prayers mean just as much to me. I've even gotten to meet some of you and have made some great friends.





Speaking of someone I consider a great friend....



Oh wait, what did you just say about me?







Thank you both, very much.



I had my main surgery on Friday, the 14th. It went over 12 hours, that's why they had to go in and take out my post as a separate surgery a few days later. As I posted in that link a couple weeks ago, I had a double mastectomy, with reconstruction done using fat from my lower belly. That means I had to be cut from one hipbone to the other, and gutted much like a fish. The surgeon takes a section sseveral inches high, by the width of my abdomen. Then she uses that to make me new breasts, reconnecting blood vessels, even nerves when possible. She even mentioned in my case she was able to 'touch up' some muscle damage from my previous injury.

The 'results' are still painful and very swollen, but I can tell she did a great job creating and shaping them. They're still draining, and will for several more days. Once the sweeling goes down, and I heal up, this should be a 'permanent' installation. Unlike silicone or saline implants. Right now I can't walk, because I can't stand upi straight. That's from the skin and fat taken from my belly. I can only hobble a short distance on a walker, and with someone right behind me for another day or so. That'll improve after I get my stitches out. For now I'm pretty much bedridden, with you folks to keep me company. My friend has been here with me most of the time, too.

Other than the long recovery from this surgery, I'm waiting for the biopsy results. I they're clear, I'm in remission. A survivor, at least until the next check. If they results aren't clear............... Send up a few prayers, wouldya please?
I'm sending prayers your way,again. tom.
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Old 12-21-2012, 20:50   #9890
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Thank you, Ian. It's much appreciated. Most of you here don't know me, or at least you didn't before you talked to me in here, but your thoughts and prayers mean just as much to me. I've even gotten to meet some of you and have made some great friends.





Speaking of someone I consider a great friend....




Oh wait, what did you just say about me?







Thank you both, very much.



I had my main surgery on Friday, the 14th. It went over 12 hours, that's why they had to go in and take out my post as a separate surgery a few days later. As I posted in that link a couple weeks ago, I had a double mastectomy, with reconstruction done using fat from my lower belly. That means I had to be cut from one hipbone to the other, and gutted much like a fish. The surgeon takes a section sseveral inches high, by the width of my abdomen. Then she uses that to make me new breasts, reconnecting blood vessels, even nerves when possible. She even mentioned in my case she was able to 'touch up' some muscle damage from my previous injury.

The 'results' are still painful and very swollen, but I can tell she did a great job creating and shaping them. They're still draining, and will for several more days. Once the sweeling goes down, and I heal up, this should be a 'permanent' installation. Unlike silicone or saline implants. Right now I can't walk, because I can't stand upi straight. That's from the skin and fat taken from my belly. I can only hobble a short distance on a walker, and with someone right behind me for another day or so. That'll improve after I get my stitches out. For now I'm pretty much bedridden, with you folks to keep me company. My friend has been here with me most of the time, too.

Other than the long recovery from this surgery, I'm waiting for the biopsy results. I they're clear, I'm in remission. A survivor, at least until the next check. If they results aren't clear............... Send up a few prayers, wouldya please?
Likewise, on the great friend part. I'm glad you're back among us.

Maybe the little touch up on the muscles she did will help your gettin' shot pain a little bit.

I so hope your biopsy is clear. You deserve a break.
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Old 12-21-2012, 20:58   #9891
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You continue to be in my prayers. I pray for remission (the forever kind would be great!!).
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Thank you, Ian. It's much appreciated. Most of you here don't know me, or at least you didn't before you talked to me in here, but your thoughts and prayers mean just as much to me. I've even gotten to meet some of you and have made some great friends.





Speaking of someone I consider a great friend....



Oh wait, what did you just say about me?







Thank you both, very much.



I had my main surgery on Friday, the 14th. It went over 12 hours, that's why they had to go in and take out my post as a separate surgery a few days later. As I posted in that link a couple weeks ago, I had a double mastectomy, with reconstruction done using fat from my lower belly. That means I had to be cut from one hipbone to the other, and gutted much like a fish. The surgeon takes a section sseveral inches high, by the width of my abdomen. Then she uses that to make me new breasts, reconnecting blood vessels, even nerves when possible. She even mentioned in my case she was able to 'touch up' some muscle damage from my previous injury.

The 'results' are still painful and very swollen, but I can tell she did a great job creating and shaping them. They're still draining, and will for several more days. Once the sweeling goes down, and I heal up, this should be a 'permanent' installation. Unlike silicone or saline implants. Right now I can't walk, because I can't stand upi straight. That's from the skin and fat taken from my belly. I can only hobble a short distance on a walker, and with someone right behind me for another day or so. That'll improve after I get my stitches out. For now I'm pretty much bedridden, with you folks to keep me company. My friend has been here with me most of the time, too.

Other than the long recovery from this surgery, I'm waiting for the biopsy results. I they're clear, I'm in remission. A survivor, at least until the next check. If they results aren't clear............... Send up a few prayers, wouldya please?
More prayers your way, Wolfe. I know I haven't been on here as much as I should have, and I'm sorry, so I'm still trying to catch up on here.
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Likewise, on the great friend part. I'm glad you're back among us.

Maybe the little touch up on the muscles she did will help your gettin' shot pain a little bit.

I so hope your biopsy is clear. You deserve a break.
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Old 12-22-2012, 09:09   #9896
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Old 12-22-2012, 09:31   #9897
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LW thinking and praying for your well being. It hurts my heart that you are in more pain. It's great to see you post.


Also as a continued effort that you started I renewed m2's
NRA membership. Someone sponsored me for a lifetime, so I wanted to pay it forward. I started a pay it forward thread.
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ALL CLEAR,
ALL CLEAR,
ALL CLEAR!



For once, that's not the announcement after the base I was was on got shelled yet again. That's my biopsy report. Yep, remission. For now, at least, I'm a Breast Cancer Survivor. I'll have to be checked every few months for the next 3 years, then every year at least for the rest of my life. Cured? Maybe, maybe not. I have about a 40% chance of the cancer recurring and spreading within the next 5 years, which is likely a death sentence. But that means there's a 60% chance I've kicked this can to the curb for once and for all.

So, Cancer, kiss my ass!
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Old 12-22-2012, 10:44   #9899
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Lone_Wolfe that is wonderful news! Many prayers have been answered. Merry Christmas LW.
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Hang in there, Lone Wolfe, many care for and are praying for you. We're hoping the C is gone forever.

Mrs. Hummer had the same surgery 4 years ago, a bilateral mastectomy with tram flap reconstruction. She came home in a few days and the worst was soon over. She's doing fine now and I love her more than ever. Life goes on, and it's a precious thing to have and share.
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