A colonoscopy column?

Posted on December 19, 2011
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Waiting is painful. Forgetting is painful. But not knowing which to do is the worse kind of suffering.” — Paulo Coehlo

The very idea of a colonoscopy — any time of the year — was more sobering than finding my first AARP card in the mailbox after I turned 50. Which is partly why I kept avoiding it.

As I recently discovered, the procedure itself wasn’t all that bad. It was waiting for the results of the pathology report that scared the dickens (or Dickens) out of me — especially so close to the holidays. Please click here to read the rest of “Blessings in a Biopsy” on Royal Oak Patch. It’s unlike any other Christmas column you’ve read before! — CL

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2 Responses to “A colonoscopy column?”

  1. starrlife on December 19th, 2011 8:54 pm

    Lol I just had to read this one since my Dr keeps ordering colonoscopy peeps and I keep dodging it:)
    I think for me it is the sheer indignity of it, the visuals in my brain….. Brrrrrrrr.shake that outta my head!!! Thanks for a good laugh and inspiration Cindy! If I miss it a ver Merry one for you and yours!

  2. Angie Muresan on December 22nd, 2011 1:38 am

    Not there yet. My mom had hers a few years back; she said it was not even close to as bad as she had feared it to be.
    Merry Christmas, Cindy. I hope it is full of love and cheer.
    Love and hugs to you.

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