Thursday, September 27, 2012

One day at a time...

  Just hung up with Mama MB again today. She sounds a lot better and from what she tells me she is feeling so much better.

Looks like the percacet is a good thing for Mama MB. 

Results from the CT scan were in today as well when she went in for treatments.  Still cloudy here on what they were actually scanning for. I thought she had told me they were checking her bones. I thought that meant they were checking her bones for cancer?  Still not sure on that.  From what she says now, they were checking the bones to be sure she could be put on a type of pain medicine?  She did mention they wanted to check and be sure there was no cancer where she was complaining with. 

Good news, she doesn't have cancer in her bones and there isn't cancer there where they scanned. She's safe to take this "other" medicine, but she declined. I think  I might have done the same if  ya have to scan first to be sure the bones are OK?  WTF?

They think maybe the pain is coming from bad bones and arthritis.  Guess these are just things that come with age...

She's feeling better. 

One day at a time...

Hang  in there!


  1. So happy she is feeling brighter and it is great news that there is no cancer in her bones.
    Sending hugs

  2. I can imagine how hard it is for you, Mama MBs reprts aren't always reliable because you aren't there to hear from the Doc. Hope they get her pain straightened out soon.

  3. Glad to hear Mama is on the rebound and feeling better. I talked to my neighbor Linda yesterday and her battle was almost a year long. I saw her last week out in the yards cutting back a bush that had got out of hand. Was good to see her back at it.

    I continue to pray for all of us. I've never known so many people with cancer as I have in the last 4-5 years, and the children, OMG it's a heart breaker! It has to be something in our environment and or food chain, I don't think I'm making this stuff up! Peace

  4. Not that pain is good, but pain from arthritis is far, far better news than pain from cancer. It's amazing when people have cancer that all the normal stuff still applies. Seems they should get a free pass on the regular aches and pains, right?

    Still praying for your mom!


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