It’s been 27 days since my last surgery. I’m scheduled to get my stitches out this afternoon. Today, I actually looked at my surgeon’s stitching. I have to admit he did a great job staying in the lines of my other scar. I also noticed my stitches are blue. The last time I had blue stitches I was in the 8th grade after being bit by a dog.
Tomorrow, I’m going to have this plantars wart on my foot looked at to see if we can do something to expedite its healing. It’s totally changed the way I have to walk and is hurting my alignment. I’m about to go back to work and be on my feet all day every day, so I have to get this healed up.
I’m tapering down from my steroids again. So far, so good.
My two younger sisters are getting closer to their preventive surgeries. They both tested positive for the BRAC 2 gene as well. Roni already had a preventive hysterectomy and will be scheduling her preventive mastectomy soon. Tammy is about to have her preventive hysterectomy. Please keep them both in your prayers.
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