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    Glad it wasn't as horrific as it sounds LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    Bone marrow biopsy, pffft. Piece of cake. Was straight at the pub afterwards for lunch. This doc was so skilled, ran through everything before he started and told me every step through it. Local anaesthetic was very effective.

    A funny moment was....
    I hear a grunt (he had to use an instrument, same principle as an apple corer to get a core of bone, grinding it in)

    Doc...grunt...at least you ..grunt...do not have...grunt, ...osteoporosis...grunt....VERY hard bone...grunt. Hahahha, woohoo, at my age you do have to start wondering. I am a dairy freak, love and eat tons of cheese, looks like it has paid off well!

    (Osteoporosis is with age, if calcium levels are not maintained or added to with tablets, the bones leach out the calcium. Old people you see bent over with a humped back have this. it causes brittle bones as well, so a fall can cause a break easily if you have it.)
    See, there's always a bright side!

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    I have a scan in Sydney on Tuesday and will fly out to my sister's on Wednesday. Having a mohawk hair do while I am there.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    I hope you're going to multi colour that new hair style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    I have a scan in Sydney on Tuesday and will fly out to my sister's on Wednesday. Having a mohawk hair do while I am there.
    Good luck Di on Tuesday - and we want pics of the new do!

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    I lurve mohawks looking forward to pics.

    good luck Tuesday

    My daughter was diagnosed with a brain tumour when she was 5 and had to get her hair cut off. Her hair was waist length and I thought she would be really upset but she actually loved the cut

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    I have the appointment for the mohawk on thursday. I suddenly had this fear of turning up for chemo only to be told I would not lose my hair! It worried me so much I rang my chemo nurse.....yessss I will lose my hair and not be stuck with the mohawk. big PHEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWw lmao

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    It may take a few rounds of treatment before the hair falls out.. sometimes it doesn't at all for some people.. dye it purple and it won't matter

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    I was thinking more of pink.

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    Pink rocks my world so you get my approval

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