Just feedback on last week's many procedures and biopsies, because so many people wished me well!
Colonoscopy and Anoscopy was 100% normal. Zero issues there, I can repeat in 4 years. Whoop whoop.
Tongue thing was a fungal/candida issue. Possibly due to years and years and years of antibiotics. Hopefully I can prevent it from happening again by using the only anti-fungal mouth medication that I'm allowed. Apparently all the others interfere with my meds. Might have to use it every day forever. That's fine if I'm can eat all food again without pain. Luckily it wasn't anything serious. Still have 4 stitches in my tongue that should fall out soon, but at least it's not painful anymore and I can eat more than just soup now.
Vaginoscopy results were also good. The abnormal cells I had left after the hysterectomy are less, and less severe. Only a "mild" abnormality left. I will continue current treatment for another 4 months. Thank goodness! I was stressing about this one the most!
So a "clean" bill of health basically. As clean is it's going to get. I was SUPER impressed with Donald Gordon Medical Centre's care. Everything was on time. The covid protocols were great. I wore both my masks the entire time I was awake. When I woke up in recovery both masks were back on. (it was also pretty cool to wake up in recovery with no oxygen and 2 masks on, with O2 sats of 100%. ) Take that people who complain they can't breathe while wearing a mask! All 3 surgeons and the anesthetist were also absolutely amazing. I did struggle to keep my blood sugar up with having not eaten for 24 hours before surgery, but eventually I was taken to theatre just in time for a glucose drip. Which was a nightmare to get in, because CF veins, but all worked out fine.