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    Wow. You are clearly one amazing lady!!! The way you have tackled this is awesome!

    I bet your family are mega proud of you, as they should be!

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    Good on you Frenchie!!!

    You sound so good - well I can't hear you, but you know what I mean.

    I'm really happy that you are in a much better place

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    I'm super proud of you lovely. You're doing an awesome job xx

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    Thanks all. Your support means heaps to me.

    I feel
    Happy again today. Off to clean the pool today all ready for opening on Wednesay. My lovely husband is already down there mowing for me <3

    My operation is on Monday and I am still scared of the general. At least I have lorazepam and Xanax I can have to calm the nerves. So much for non more benzos, ever! The doz added Xanax for acute panic and suicisal attacks. I feel like a walking chemist, I am sure I am rattling. I'm currently on :

    Suboxone
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    I think that's all.

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    I feel amazing today!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    I feel amazing today!!!!!!

    So thrilled for you and your gorgeous family

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    I think I missed something what's your OP for Frenchie?

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    I have a lump the size of a cricket ball in my ledt breast. Had it for 12 years and finally getting it out. The pain is causes was how I got addicted to OxyContin and endone in the first place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    I have a lump the size of a cricket ball in my ledt breast. Had it for 12 years and finally getting it out. The pain is causes was how I got addicted to OxyContin and endone in the first place!
    Oh honey, that must have been a terrible thing to live with. Is it just a fibrous mass?

    All the best for your op.

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    Good luck with your OP. hopefully getting the lump out, together with your new plan of action will be the new beginning you need..


 

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