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nik87500
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wife of suspected "newbie"

Postby nik87500 » Mon Feb 22, 2016 12:58 am

Have tried many times today to write something, Julian, my husband, soul mate, general pain in the ass, love of my life, is waiting for a diagnosis. The last 2 months have been spent awaiting many tests only to be finally referred to the maybe the correct specialists. The latest specialist is suspecting a tumour on the base of his tongue. We have an appointment with the anaesthetist on the 29th Feb with the actual procedure for a "real" biopsy and an endoscopy under general anaesthetic taking place on the 7th March. We are in complete ignorance as in what to expect !!! Ju will be 50 on the 3rd March and it has to be said enjoyed a cigarette and a beer or two since his 20's, a life style choice I know that will be judged by others. Sorry if this post drags on a little but feel the need to let go.... Ju is already a wee man, he weighs 50kgs /110lbs and 5 feet 7 inches, he's really struggling to eat now and I need advice as how to get some calories into his already tiny frame, it would be much appreciated. We are 87/19/24 border.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read this, Nikki xxx

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Re: wife of suspected "newbie"

Postby pennycsf » Mon Feb 22, 2016 8:39 am

Dear Nikki

Rest assured that whatever the outcome of the biopsy no-one is here to judge. The Forum exists to support everyone through what can be a difficult journey. At the moment we can still hope that you and Julian won't be needing that support. Please use the Forum to let off steam, seek support, find or ask for information or however you best need to.

I have copied your post into the "Cancer Treatment" section where it should be more visible.

Lastly, you fall on the edge of the CSF Dordogne Est and Lot association. Please do contact them for support. Their contact details are:

06 35 90 03 41 or by e-mail on csfdordognelot@yahoo.com

In addition there is a support association in the Haute-Vienne area which although not affiliated to CSF provides similar support. Their details are:

06 04 43 39 87 or by e-mail on csfhv@frangle.fr

We'll be thinking of you.

nik87500
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Re: wife of suspected "newbie"

Postby nik87500 » Mon Feb 22, 2016 8:54 am

Thank you x


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