Of course it is normal to have all those feeling. Once we hear the word cancer, the fear is instant. Once I did a lot of reading and research, then I started to calm down and focus on beating this. I think it helps to know everything you can about your new enemy - BC and be vocal with your Uro, every step of the way - that way you are in control not just the doctor! Hopefully, your Uro is open to working with you - if not find another one. There is a lot of hope out there, and this is just the place to read about the sucess in treatment for BC.
Good luck - take a deep breath and move forward.
Hi Susant, any feeling your having is normal, we just all have different normals.
I have never worried about my scopes or when they took out my tumors but this time I am not looking forward to it. Maybe because I have just gone thru chemo with my husband (he had lymphoma), and I am worn out.
You will be ok and when it is over you will wonder why you were so worried,and then you will be able to tell the next person that they will be ok also when they have to go thru it. God bless, Rocky
Is it regular to feel scared? i might have askd that before. I have all kinds of feelings mixing up inside. Scared , not scared, crying, strong. i am so confused .
is it because it is all so new?
I am hoping after tomorrow i won't be so scared anymore but who knows.