*laughs* Yep! You heard it here first. My head is symmetrical. *laughs*
This from the mouth of my neurosurgeon. *shakes head* You just never know where the day will take you. Today it took me to the neurosurgeon’s office where in addition to telling me that my head is symmetrical (he sure knows how to flatter a girl, doesn’t he?) he also informed me that the blood clot in my brain is gone and I no longer have to take the Lovenox. Not having to take the Lovenox means that I don’t have to inject a needle int to my stomach twice a day anymore, which means no more bruises, hard little knots or dry patches of skin (from the alcohol swabs) on my stomach. Yay !!!
He doesn’t want to see me again until after the radiation is done. In regard to the radiation he says this type of cancer (basal cell) responds well to the radiation. All the details and appointments will be taken care of by the oncologist’s office. Dr. Bussey (the neurosurgeon) will have the oncologist’s office call me to set everything up.
So that’s it for the day. My wounds are still healing (another 2 or 3 months says the plastic surgeon as of last Wednesday), the blood clot is gone and radiation is next. 2 hurdles down. 1 to go.
Thanks for reading!
~ Carol Anne