Some of you have asked that I keep you posted on my test results from my oncologist/hematologist visit today. My m-proteins have jumped up since my last visit, which isn't good news. For those of you familiar with medical jargon, someone with a 2.5 level of Iga paraproteins is diagnosed with multiple myeloma. My level has jumped to 1.9. Please keep the prayers/positive thoughts coming! I really appreciate them!
We're all wishing you well. What's the next step?
You got it, sister. I'll keep em coming.....
*HUGS* *HUGS* *HUGS* *HUGS* Habee those prayers and postive thoughts/vibes are still flying your way.
OK thoughts continued, thank you and, are you ok? like...emotionally? and stuff. we love you
I will pray that all will be fine I will include you in every prayer.
Habee, this may seem kinda odd, but I believe that cannabis oil solves your problem, I wrote a hub about a guy called Rick Simpson, and he has a video that is full of folk getting free from cancer using cannabis oil... either take a look at the hub, or Google Rick Simpson, Run from the cure, on YouTube.
Meanwhile, I will pray that Christ will intercede on your behalf.
Habee I know you are going through it with worry right now but you have all my best wishes.
Babes, you got my positive thoughts coming!
You are one of the few people who regularly post here on the forums for whom I a hold real respect for. I think you come across as a really genuine person and I wish you all the best in this sweetheart, whatever is going on here.
Ron, there is no next step - that's what's so frustrating. It's a waiting game. They can't do anything until a definite diagnosis of MM, which may never happen. My m-proteins could stop rising and remain stagnant.
Aqua, I'm all about some cannabis! Can I drink the oil? lol
To everyone else - you guys are awesome!
Hi, Justine! I think I'm okay now. I was really down after first getting the news, and last night I could not fall asleep because I was so worried about getting my test results. I know that worrying won't help the situation, so I'm really trying not to. I'm going to try to put this on the "back burner" until my next test, which is October 1st. Of course, this is easier said than done...
Just now saw this thread habee - as alwys I will keep praying
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