We showed up at the Menorah Breast Center about 7:20 - no traffic. And so early the center was not even ready to register us. But the hospital admitting staff took care of things, I got my little bracelet and by then we were ready to go in...and wait, of course. They brought me in a little after 8:00. The Ultrasound technician was shocked by the look of my breast, asked if the doctor performing biopsy had applied pressure. I knew that he did, but perhaps not for long enough. She said that every needle track and the cavity left from the biopsy was full of blood. And it will be more than a month before it recovers. Well, at least I feel validated that I wasn't being a baby...lol!
Now, for the results...all was clean. No sign of trouble. She had anticipated some "reactive" nodes due to the biopsy trauma and she tried really hard to find something. She looked high and low, left and right, everywhere and there was nothing. Yeahhh!!!
We left with the good news and went to First Watch for breakfast. Then we headed back to Blue Springs, went back to Walgreen's, signed in to the Take Care Clinic, and I got my shingles vaccine without much trouble. Mission accomplished!
Now I am going to quickly check email, then shut down the computer, get myself moving, and do some much needed "picking up" around the house before Allison arrives around 3:00 or so.