And 2 to go. That appointment with Dr W sure caused a bit of a freak out. What doesn't with me, right? So anyway, I get there, hubs meets me there. And the blood is drawn & we're waiting in the exam room. Ususally Dr W comes in after about 10 - 15 minutes. You know how you just know the doc is about to come in the room, cause you hear him pull your chart out of the thingy by the door? Well, I heard him, or somebody, pull the chart. But then he didn't come in. And he didn't come in & didn't come in & didn't come in. For about another 30 frickin minutes!! So, of course I'm all like, "OMG, OMG, OMG, something's wrong...something on the X-ray or the blood....OMG, OMG, OMG."
So then he FINALLY comes in & was apologetic. Apparently he was still diggin out from all the reschedules that happened over the last 2 weeks from the ice & snow, & he had been behind all day. And then at some point during that day there was some sort of altercation with a patient which involved police! (Wow, someone threw a bigger fit than I did last January 2010!) And this took up some time.
I was just like, WTF ever, HOW did the X-ray look?! He said that the X-ray looked good & that my blood work was "beautiful". I love havin "beautiful" blood work.
So, armed with this info, I will be a bit more at ease at the next test, which is the mammogram. But possibly not so at east at the one that follows that - the pelvic sonogram. Hopefully Tamoxifen is gettin along with my uterus just fine & not causing any thickening of the lining.
And THEN after all that, I get to go back to the Endocrinologist's, Dr F, for MORE blood work. He says (& Dr W agrees) we gotta get to the bottom of what's causing the Parathyroid Hormone issues. Jeez. More labs. More $$. More gettin poked at.BUT, having the good news about the chest X-ray has pretty much kept me smilin. :)