Home sure does feel good. Wed. and Thurs. were really tough days; I was thrilled to be home, loved the visitors and phone calls, but was exhausted and very nauseous. Thurs. afternoon, my Mom took me for a cystogram where they inserted dye into my bladder to see if it had healed enough to take the catheter out. Yeah....it had, and so they removed the catheter at that time, which is enough to make one feel better instantly. I am scheduled to have my staples removed and my JP drain removed from my abdomen on Mon. Feb. 28th. It sounds painful, but I think I will feel so much better once that is done. My dear sister Bev is spending that day with me and it should be interesting having her to take me to that appointment; she feels faint just thinking about it. LOL.
Spoke with my surgeon today; he said the preliminary report revealed that all the edges of everything they took out with surgery were clean. On Mon. he should have the rest of the report back which will tell whether the cancer was in the lymph nodes and whether it was actually in the things they removed(ovary, fallopian tube, abdominal wall, and small part of bladder)or if the mass had just wrapped itself around those organs. Please continue to pray for a miracle report!
My parents left Thurs. evening to head back to Florida. Their support and sacrifice was just so overwhelming to me and I can't thank them enough for being here for my family. But....as my Mom said as she left "Tina, I wouldn't have it any other way....this is what family is all about". I love you Mom and Dad!