Abnormal Cells – A Polite Euphemism

That’s what the results of my thyroid biopsy says, ‘abnormal cells’.

Next, comes another biopsy to determine if the surgery I have to have, will remove half my thyroid or the whole thing.

Some days are lumpy rocks, and some are shiny diamonds, most fall somewhere in between.

This one’s a rock.


31 comments on “Abnormal Cells – A Polite Euphemism

  1. Lucie says:

    Thinking of you x x


  2. Aw, dangit. Love and hugs…. 😦


  3. Rocks can be moved, shattered, or sculpted. Sending you positive sun rays, Widdershins, to melt away those polite euphemisms. And, a big bear hug.


  4. Shoot. I’m sorry to hear that. My neighbor went through the same seven years or so ago. It was tough at the time, though she’s done great since then.

    I’ll be thinking of you.


  5. Patrice says:

    Positive thoughts your way. But I know everything is going to be alright, cause its just too early. Just one more hurdle to strengthen our bond. All our love


  6. catdownunder says:

    Just catching up here – hugs and positive thoughts from Downunder.


  7. Monica says:

    Hey – also sent you an email but trying to maximise my chances of reaching you 🙂 sorry about the rock! Thinking of you and sending you lots of love. Would love to hear from you, have been trying to find you xx


  8. jannatwrites says:

    Sorry for that bit of news. The uncertainty must be a bit frightening. I’ll keep you in my prayers…hope you are able to keep some of your thyroid.


  9. Yowza. sorry to hear that. Keep us posted. Will be thinking of you.


  10. londonmabel says:

    Bah! And humbug. Sending you much positive vibes for the treatments and healing, and for emotional/mind state. 🙂


  11. That’s really stinky. I hate knowing something is wrong — but not knowing HOW WRONG. I can totoally relate. Possitive thoughts are with you!


  12. Erin says:

    So sorry to hear this. Hoping for the best for you, and that the rock turns into a shiny river-washed pebble in time.


  13. Oh, dear, Widdershins! Hope the next tests come up with better results — and you know better where you stand. *hugs*


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