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Monday Check-in 4/4/11
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lupylisa44 posted:
I don't have much time today bedcause I have to gert ready to go to my Orthopedic surgeon appointment. I am seeing him for his opinion on what, if anything, can be done for my neck pain.

I hope you all have a great week!

Lupylisa
With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.
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lisaisweavebee responded:
Good luck Lisa! Let us know how your appt. went.

I hear tomorrow as to whether the mass is cancer or not. The biopsy was a nightmare that resulted in a Emergency Room visit on Friday vomitting blood...geez, I never can catch a break!

Wish me luck! (i need it!)

Lisa
 
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Andie_WebMD_Staff replied to lisaisweavebee's response:
My goodness....good luck to both of you!

Vomiting blood in the ER does not sound good, Lisa! Please let us know the results of the biopsy when you get time.

Lupylisa, how did it go? Did your OS have any good suggestions for you?

You know, sometimes I think I've got it rough dealing with a troubled teen at home. But, then I get a reality check when I come to work and see what all of you go through every day!

Rooting for you!!


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