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Oh my - what a week!!

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lisalisa Tue 29-Mar-05 11:12:06

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mummytosteven Tue 29-Mar-05 11:14:47

blimey Lisalisa! congrats on the PG, and sorry about all your other health problems. I really don't know anything about lungs - would they be able to keep an eye on it via the blood test that you mentioned for lymphacytes? glad that the new job is sorted out.

Titania Tue 29-Mar-05 11:16:50

blimey....a lifetime rolled into a week!! congrats on the PG. Hope you get to see the specialist soon and put your mind at rest. Hope it all works out for you. curious to know what diet were you following btw? x x

Twiglett Tue 29-Mar-05 11:18:43

Oh Congratulations on your pregnancy (hope you're happy about being pregnant)

and how scary too on the chest thing - remember that YOU are the consultant's patient and he will be putting YOU first, he will not put you through any risks if he wasn't virtually sure it was benign

Congratulations on the New Job too - on the money front - are you sure about the legalities of not claiming any pay whilst off pregnant (does that include maternity allowance?)

fastasleep Tue 29-Mar-05 11:21:03

Congrats!! So glad it wasn't ectopic, what an absolute nightmare that would have been!! If the lump's benign and they don't seem worried about doing anything right now then you're going to be ok!

Just you try and have a relaxing week, work's just work, try not to think about it too much for the moment

lisalisa Tue 29-Mar-05 11:58:49

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fastasleep Tue 29-Mar-05 11:59:44

Awww Lisa...best of luck with everything!

mummytosteven Tue 29-Mar-05 12:01:17

would it be worth you going private/kicking off about a second opinion on NHS about the lump if you aren't happy?

Twiglett Tue 29-Mar-05 12:18:22

have you decided whether you are going to keep the pregnancy?

lisalisa Tue 29-Mar-05 12:25:44

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lisalisa Tue 12-Apr-05 16:00:50

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