1. Mountainstroh (Tony) · April 2, 2013

    Good job being proactive! Best thoughts heading your way!

  2. mlnewman87 · April 2, 2013

    Good luck tomorrow! :)

  3. Ryan Naylor · April 2, 2013

    There is light at the end of the tunnel ;o) And who knows, maybe he’ll be a handsome doc?

  4. arnoldtd · April 2, 2013

    Good for you being proactive about your health. I look forward to the warm blankets right before the dr puts you to sleep.

    • gailsforum · April 2, 2013

      I had two warm blankets and it was so great and the doctor was a joker it was great.

  5. Angela · April 2, 2013

    Hi Gail,

    I used to blog on my very first blog “Health Matters” and I included there what some of the other cause of cancer. If you want to read here it is: http://healthmatters.info/unexpressed-anger-can-cause-cancer-2 — but please DO NOT leave me a comment there since I am discontinuing that blog…I have too many blog to worry about and for now I am only FOCUSING on ONE blog which is my graphic design & social media marketing blog.

    Anyhoo, Dr. Nedley said that we get cancer cells everyday! But because of your strong immune system, your body is able to get rid of it right away. But…what happened to those who have weak immune system? Like for instance the HIV patients, the old people…chances are they are more infected and die of cancer because of that.

    Some of the foods that help prevent cancer are: cabbage, broccoli, all the cabbage family vegetables. Anyway, I hope you have a great Wednesday.

    Talk more later,

  6. Robert O'Connor · April 2, 2013

    Glad all went well for you.. had one myself before and the prep was the worst part of the whole thing. Think I’m due for another fairly soon :(

  7. Robert O'Connor · April 2, 2013

    Hey Gail,

    Glad to hear all went well despite the allergic reaction. Had one myself and the worst part of it all was the prep….

    At least you wont have to do it again for another 10 years (something to look forward to).. LOL!


  8. I tried to comment from my cell phone yesterday but I was not able to… I am so happy to hear that everything turned out great… this is something I have to do for myself ;)

  9. Ahmed Shorif Blog · April 2, 2013

    Ah great news! It’s hard but only if we could live our everyday thinking as it our last day! Visiting doctor regularly seriously can prevent a lots of worries. I liked the way you wrote it, simple yet powerful. I found very few writers (yes writers!) has the ability to stick reader onto the page. Pleasantly, you have the ability in your writing. Wishing to read some more.

  10. blogdawgpig · April 2, 2013

    I hope everything goes/went okay for you when you had your procedure. Did they make you drink that yucky salty fluid stuff? Hope not.

  11. Joy · April 2, 2013

    Glad that the results are great! You shared good reminders there, much like the serenity prayer I suppose. We need to act on the things we can control and the rest, we just have to surrender. Have a great week!

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