Lung biopsy

So I went for my lung biopsy, my lung has collapsed and result is I have lung cancer😥

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  • I am so sorry to hear this and it must be an awful shock for you. I hope they have caught it at an early stage and treatment will cure you. Stay strong and we are all with you holding your hand. Hugs xx

  • Thank you

    God heals🙏🙏🙏

  • OMG words fail me. I am so sorry to hear your diagnosis and will keep you in my thoughts.

    How do you feel, numb no doubt?

  • I will just take it day by day, God heals and I have tons of faith and yes they caught it early... thank u so much for your kind words

  • I will keep you in my prayers, you have a difficult journey ahead.

  • Thank You❤️

  • Renaluna, keep the faith and your dobber up. Take things one day at a time. It truly can get better, so stay positive and focus on the future. Been there, judg69

  • Bless you renaluna at this difficult time. Thinking of you. Xxx

  • Sorry to read this about your diagnosis, let's hope it was an early catch and that they can do a lot for you and make it go away x

  • So sorry renaluna, must have been a terrible shock for you..... do hope they can treat it. Will be thinking of you and keep you in my prayers.

    Peg xxx

  • What terrible shocking news. I'm incredibly sorry you have to go through this. Your faith will help you through. Big hugs x

  • You are in my thoughts and prayers, renaluna

  • I am so sorry to hear of your dx renaluna but I am so glad this has been caught early. Your words have a serenity about them and your faith will be a great comfort and will serve you well.

    Lots of gentle healing hugs.

    love cx

  • Thank God it was found early in my prayers

  • I had lung cancer in 2005 and after removing 1 lung I have had a good life, even now all these years later my worse pain is my Ostoearthritis which is so restricting, the breathing you work with. Chin up think positive and know we are all rooting for you xxx

  • Hi Renaluna,

    Welcome to my world here in the US. The very same thing happened to me, in the same way. I went for a lung biopsy and my lung collapsed. The attending Physician told me that out of 10 people...one would have a lung to collapse. That "one" was me. They worked with me all day. It finally started coming back up on it's own...thank the Lord! They had already told me if it didn't come back up by so and so time, I would have to stay overnight. That was back in Sept. 2011. They too got mine early. I had the left upper lung removed and I've gotten along pretty good since then. I can promise you...that had it not been for God, the people that prayed for me, the qualified surgeons, and my wonderful doctors, I would not be here today! Seriously. I did have the upper left lobectomy removed and I did 4 rounds of Chemo. Overall, I recovered quickly and was able to go back to work afterwards. I'm retired now. Yippee!! Now, 2 years ago, I had a recurrence, another tumor very small....they wanted to surgically remove it in my right lung but COPD was too bad and I couldn't be put to sleep anymore. So, I then did 4 rounds of radiation and recovered pretty quickly from that. When I went back for my CT Lung Scan at check up, a couple of weeks ago,...they found another new small nodule. So, I will go back in about 90 days for a repeat lung scan, then we go from there. It's probably off to the races again! I am very thankful for my one day at a time. Do not be discouraged. Let not your heart be troubled. I wish you well and will keep you in my prayers. You hang in there sweetness! You will look at life much differently now. This major ordeal caused me to slow down and "don't sweat the small stuff." Like I said, I never thought I would be here 6 years later after a lung cancer diagnoses....but here I am. I have always had the attitude---" I ain't going down without a fight!!" so you be a fighter too! Hugs, gg

  • Omgosh, what stage were you at when they first found it? And did you have COPD then?

    I have it along with asthma and emphysema

    I pray they can do surgery to cut it out with my weak lungs

    And why oh why does it come back

    Thank you for your reply and God bless you and continue to heal you

    Rena

  • Also how long did it take your collapse long to completely heal my lung collapsed on Friday it is now Thursday they did not keep me in the hospital I just keep going and getting x-rays to make sure it's healing itself but tomorrow it will be a week

  • I hate to keep bugging but how old were you when they first found the cancer and were you a smoker?

    Thanks Rena

  • Thinking of you, hopefully they can get on and sort it as soon as possible xx

  • Dear Renaluna Please try to stay positive So much can be done these days. I was diagnosed 17 years ago with lung cancer. They removed my right lung. I'm still here!!!! I know how you're feeling. When I was first diagnosed - everyone was, including me, devastated. One friend at work kept saying to me, "Nothing is set in stone" I held onto those words and I still do. Treatments are so much better now. Please try to stay positive. I send you lots of hugs over the ether and I'm thinking of you

    Hugs

    Petto

  • How very scared you must be. Let's hope that treatment is prompt! I hope you have lots of support. Lots of love

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