I want to thank all of you for your continued prayers and for all the love and hugs I have rec'd from so many of you since all my health issues have come to light. My surgery went well and I am recovering nicely. Happy to be back at work and doing what I love!
I went back to see my Doc on Monday at UTSW for my post op visit and to learn more about my Pathology results. Of course, I went in hoping to hear that all was good and this walk was over. But instead, I was told something else. My results show that I have a unique blend of "C" cells...(I still don't like to say the word...don't even like to type it...) I have been labeled a high risk patient and was told there is a high probability that these cells will return and could attempt to settle in other parts of my body. Doc says from here on out...we have to be pro-active and that's just what I intend to do!
I will begin preventive drug therapy that will help to block these cells from clustering and deter the mutation process. Doc says I am an ideal candidate for this and they have seen great results. There will be a few side effects...at first. So I ask that you will pray for them to be mild and to dissipate quickly after my body becomes more used to the meds. Doc says I should see no limitations to daily activities and routines. All this info was a lot to take in (I'm giving you the short version)...but its all soaking in now and I'm becoming more determined by the minute that I can handle whatever comes my way with God's strength and compassion.
I have a great team of Doctors and I know if we stay ahead of this thing...All will be well for a very long, long, time! I also trust that God knows all and He has a great purpose for me. Once again, I choose to Trust Him and Embrace this walk. I'm so thankful for your continued prayers and the loving encouragement you all show me every day! I promise that I am good and all is well!
I'm mentally, spiritually, and physically ready to do my part and keep my body healthy...for many years to come!
Much love to you all...
Miss Tracy :)