Hi all, I know this is off the subject, but as we all know, anything negative in our lives can affect our pain level. I am 35 and requested my first mammogram. I went last wednesday for my first one. They called me back the next day to come in for more films since there was an area they'd like to take a better look at. Well, many more films later, they still didn't think it looked good, so they did an ultrasound to confirm if it was a simple cyst or a solid mass. Apparently, the ultrasound didn't look good either, so they are having me come back for a biopsy tomorrow. I was trying to take it all in stride so I wouldn't get myself all tied up in knots. Well, my mind had different ideas. All night last night I had the same nightmare over and over and over. I woke up breathing hard with my heart pounding in my chest every few minutes, in my dream, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Ok, I'm going to admit it....I'M SCARED AS HELL!!!!!!!!! I also went through a very intense set of injections yesterday (you can read about in my journal if you'd like), which isn't helping me deal with this any better. Please say a prayer for me as I am on an emotional rollercoaster, and I need some help.
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