August 16, 2007

Depressed, sad and angry

Mr Mog had to go to hospital today for what we thought were routine tests. Not.
Consultant presumed?? that the doctor had told him he would be having tests for prostate cancer. He hadn't told us. As you can imagine that didn't help Mr Mog to get through the day.
He ended up having scans etc and then a series of biopsies. We will know the outcome in 2 weeks. I am numb, horrified and annoyed. Why didn't the doctor warn us? Why did it have to be blurted out? I still feel shellshocked.
I know that if you are going to get a cancer this is the "best" one to have but still not my Mr Mog, my love and the prince I kissed so many frogs to find.
This next 2 weeks is going to be so long
I'm off to cuddle my darling

13 comments:

KnitMoka said...

Oh I am so very sorry to hear about that. I will light a candle tonight for you and Mr. Mog. Many thoughts of comfort, peace and a speedy two weeks for the two of you.

Marianne said...

Oh Amber, I'll be keeping you and Mr. Mog very close in my thoughts, and sending you the best for all results, and soothing energy to get you through this.

Tan said...

Very upsetting. I hope the tests come back negative. Among our friends and family who have tested positive, having surgery seems the best way to go. Get that sucker out of there! Sometimes people are told not to worry about it as it is a slow-growing cancer. Our aunt's husband believed this myth, and is paying for it big-time.

artyfartykat said...

What a terrible shock for you both. I hope the next few weeks go quickly for you and that the test results are good. Thinking of you both x

Brahdelt said...

I'm sending all my good thoughts to you, please remain positive and in hope that everything is okay.

yvonnep said...

Oh, Amber, this is very sad to hear. I will keep you both in my thoughts.

Diane said...

What a shock to go in for what you think is a consultation only to find out that it's not. The physicians should have been more forthcoming with your husband.

I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers. It's going to be two very long weeks.

KnitNana said...

Sending LOTS of positive thoughts and prayers your way!
(((hugs)))

rho said...

That just sucks - I can't believe the doctor didn't mention what he was sending you for the tests for. Geeze!!

Lots of positive thinking coming your way.

Karen said...

I feel for you. Sending all good wishes to you both.

annmarie said...

been through this, as well. my husband was diagnosed in february 2006, had surgery in late march and is doing very, very well today. {{{hugs}}}

kerrie said...

oh what a horrible way to find out. I hope that everything will be fine for you, I'll say a little prayer for the both of you. xx PS - the wheel is lovely, thanks so much for it!

angie Cox said...

Oh my goodness Amber , sending all our positive thoughts your way . a, j and H xxx