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Prayers for MoonShadow

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Keep Moon in your Prayers he's having surgery to remove his Basal Cell skin cancer from behind his ear.Pray they get it all.
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Best of luck, Moon!
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They've cut into his ear to sample it to make sure they got all the cancer out. We're eating breakfast and waiting on the results.
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Results are back they have to cut more cancer out of his ear.
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Good luck Moon.

Mt father-in-law had the same thing about 40-years ago. It left a bit of a mark, but they got it all and he was fine, living with no further issues well into his 80s.
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Get well soon Moon.
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At least they're making sure they get it all. That's good.
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Keeping Moon in my prayers for a full recovery!
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Hope everything works out OK.
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My prayers are with you!
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They got all the cancer out.He goes back in 6 months for a recheck.
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JennC03 wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 3:29 pm
They got all the cancer out.He goes back in 6 months for a recheck.
Yay!!! :cheers:
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Yay!!! :cheers:

Glad to hear they got it all out.

I will keep praying for Moon and the family.
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Yes, it went well. The procedure was very comfortable. However it is mid afternoon and the numbness is starting to wear off, it is a little achy but nothing too extreme.

I haven't examined it personally yet, I've been instructed to leave the bandage in place for about 48 hours, but they allowed that an area about the size of a nickel had to be removed.

Since I reserved a whole day off of work for this, of course you know I wore a skirt.. it's not too often I get to wear a skirt to a doctors office.

No remarks were made regarding the outfit, all went well.
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Yeah, leave the bandage alone and don't bother the wound. Wait 'til it starts itching -- and then the same rules apply doubly-hard.
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