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Dates and Details

February 25-Mammogram
March 15-MRI
March 19-Core Biopsy
March 23-Cancer Diagnosis
April 14-Double Mastectomy
May 24-Oncologist Meeting
June 7 - Starting Tamoxifen Therapy
August 25 - Reconstruction Surgery
August 27 -Yale Second Opinion
August 31 - "Reconstruction" Complete

It has been confirmed:
No Chemo or Radiation is required

Feb.1 The Story Starts
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    10 days post-op – thumbs down!

    So I lay here in bed 10 days after my double mastectomy and am just soo done with it all and just sick of just not being in ” control” of it all anymore. I’ve been so blessed to have no complications or issues arise..but it’s a down day.

    I’m tired of being tired. Pain killers just numb me past the point of the control I’d prefer to have and no longer just “relax me”. Feeling days flip by in hours becomes irritating to someone that likes to cram in three days of achievements in each day.

    I have to keep telling myself what day of the week it is over and over, like it really matters–I have nothing to do and promised myself not to do things while recovering.

    I know life as normal will be back, but I’ve just hit a low, temporary I’m sure. All just seems a bit of a blurr and I thought my recovery would be done now regardless of them telling me 4 weeks…yes, I am an over achiever everywhere possible!

    I have the best experience that one could have – no adverse reactions to surgery, superb healing, and guess – can just have a down day! But as I promised, this is cancer by the day, and important for me to expose all sides of it….and it’s OK for Sue Ennis to be down for a bit… And again, I feel better for having just released it here –and perhaps a day of planting sweet peas with our sweet peas will turn things around!

    9 Responses to “10 days post-op – thumbs down!”

    • the stalker says:

      The smartest thing you ever did was get this site up. It lets you get your emotions out with your journal entries. Your next post always seems to be an uplifting one. This rollercoaster is a tough one especially for someone like you who has always been in control. Plant your sweet peas with your sweet peas. Just slow it down. Everything will be back to “normal” soon enough.

    • ann and pete lowne says:

      We can imagine how difficult it must be for someone so dynamic and always in control to be incapacitated. Be patient it is so early and you are already making such good progress. Each day is another day closer to where you want to be and with all the love and help from family and friends you will soon achieve your goal.

      All our love from the other side of the pond.

      Pete and Annie

    • ANNA, pAUL AND hAYDEN says:

      Today we went to a baptism of a friend of ours- While we watched and crowded around to witness the water pouring, it was quiet… until Hayden burped… then farted… loud. So today, you are down… and today I am embarassed. Let’s trade next week.

    • Laura gardner says:

      I can only begin to imagine how frustrating it must be for someone as outgoing as yourself to be in this situation and you did the right thing by sharing these emotions with others. Even half way across the world, I can feel your strength and determination through your written words – even under medication and lots of pain. This is a testament of your willpower. Embrace these down days for what they are as you have done, they form part of your journey to a new beginning. You will heal, you will recover and you will be better than ever. All our love.

    • Lee says:

      Darling Sue, sometimes it is so much harder to take advice rather than give it.

      I’m gonna try not to roll out cliche after cliche but you are bound to have a few down days and I for one am surprised that you have only really had two low spots in over ten days!

      So, why don’t you imagine what you would say to any of us if we posted the same thing……then follow your own advice!

      How about updating us how you are progressing with your movement range and how it feels when you sit up in bed etc. I would definitely think that any improvement in those areas signal a great recovery job done so far by you and give you the strength to see it through the full four weeks.

      18 days remaining is a miniscule 432 hours, which is only 25,920 minutes……if you sleep for roughly half of that then I have an idea how we can help you with the final 12,960 minutes.

      If it takes you a minute to read each post then I am sure between all of us we can summon up 12,000 of them to keep your mind off the clock.

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