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back to the oncologist. . . . marrmayy 1 child; 1 angel baby; Ontario 3240 posts
12th Jul '12

LO had an appointment late May to see an oncologist. A 'quick' appointment turned into 5 hours, of course this was fine because they asked questions, did a full body exam (internal and external.) Marked all marks, scars and bruises on his body. The whole works!
At the end of the 5 hours, I was told there was nothing at could be done, or planned because LO's neurologist hadn't finished the paper work correctly. (missing information.) I was sent home with an appointment for 12 months later.



Until, I open the mail box, see a letter from the hospital.
LO now goes for another MRI, and another oncologist appointment. I have been a mess ever since. . .

Ricky&Emma's Mommy 2 kids; California 5023 posts
12th Jul '12

Im sorry momma...be strong, Ic ouldnt imagine what your going through,

user banned 2 kids; Hamilton, Ontario 19220 posts
12th Jul '12

It could be, like what happened to us. That someone got smart, seen his history and said 'we are not waiting 12 months, MRI now!' or it could be they seen something on an xray or CT scan and they want more answer, hence the MRI.



MRI's get right answers.



This is what I hate about the oncology world...they send you shit like this with no answers or fuck all and tell you nothing. I flipped on my hospital for sending me shit in the mail with no direct contract or warning, cause everytime I got something Id have a mere anxiety attack and break apart.



I hope everything is going to be okay. Call and see if you can get some answers. When are the appointments?

marrmayy 1 child; 1 angel baby; Ontario 3240 posts
12th Jul '12
Quoting Shannonsfirst:" It could be, like what happened to us. That someone got smart, seen his history and said 'we are not ... [snip!] ... and break apart. I hope everything is going to be okay. Call and see if you can get some answers. When are the appointments?"


The MRI is on Aug 10 and his oncologist is the 20th.