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March 4th, 2011 Posted 14:53

They went in, and eww. Now keep in mind the mass was 7X5 inches roughly. Yeah, I know.

They said ”hey, there’s fluid in here. Let’s take a sample.”

TWO LITERS LATER! That’s a freaking coke bottle worth of goo, people.  Think about that the next time you go to the store and pull down that 2 liter bottle of your favorite soda. I think I’ll drink water if it’s all the same to you.

“My that’s quite a sample you have there.”

Yes, that means it was a cyst. That’s good news in that the entire mass wasn’t cancer. And now we wait for the biopsy results. On the plus side, she’s like 5 pounds lighter. It’s like giving birth or something. Yeeesh. 

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Another Cute Star Sapphire image

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March 2nd, 2011 Posted 14:50


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A hard and soft day


March 1st, 2011 Posted 19:50

Some of you may remember that someone that is close to me might or might not have ovarian cancer. I went with her to Mobile, Alabama to see an expert in the field.

It’s been two weeks (i think) since I rushed her to the emergency room for her CAT scan because of some intense abdominal pains she was having. The attending physician there told her it was ovarian cancer without doing any more tests than that.

Ladies and gentlemen introducing idiot number one. Idiot number two came in a few minutes later, an oncologist, who told her she was going to die and referred her to another clinic. 

Two days later i found out that there were no blood tests, and no biopsy performed. So what i was wondering was, how in the hell were they able to tell it was cancer? All you can tell from a CAT scan is that something is there, not what it is.

So, I took over and called around hunting down someone that could perform the biopsy. A private clinic an hour north of here raised their hand and said we can do it. So I made an appointment. Introducing idiot number three. We waited for another week, went there and the doctor told her that they don’t do that kind of test there. They thought I was calling to have a pap smear performed.

Excuse me, but what does having a pap smear and Ovarian Cancer have in common? Nothing. Pap Smears are for cervical cancer.

Luckily that doctor referred us to someone that could actually help. Thus today’s trip.

Now that we’ve seen him, we know that it could be a few different things, least of which could be a cyst, worst of which could be cancer, and he said they needed a biopsy in order to tell.


So, we’re sitting there in the consultation room , and there’s all these handy dandy cut-away models of the lower half of a woman. Don’t worry they weren’t real. 😉

She was crying after the examination, thinking the worst, like a lot of people do when the C-word is mentioned.  She pointed down at the cut-away half of a woman’s butt (a side shot… kinda gross now that I think about it.)  She giggles amidst her tears.

So I took advantage of the moment and picked it up acting like a professional… maybe a professor or something. “This is your butt.”

Then acting like a valley girl, “Really. OMG my butt’s never looked so awesome! I’m like a size zero or something! And it’s so firm!”

That got her laughing, but of course the doctor chose that moment to come in and look at me as if to say, “Quit fondling my plastic butt, I paid good money for that, and you’re not holding it right.”

The moral of this story is don’t be an idiot and leave the doctor’s plastic butt alone.

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