Day 195 – Negative/Positive – Where It Ends

It was hell waiting for the results, I knew everything would be okay, well, I hoped it would, one slip up is nothing right?

When the doctor came into the room, the look on his face made my bladder lose control of itself for a few moments. He ran a sweaty hand through what little hair was on his head, and said, we need to take you in for more tests.

I asked the questions, the ones any of us would, but he couldn’t give me an answer. I said when, he handed me a container and said now, it was important to get on top of it all before it’s too late.


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8 Replies to “Day 195 – Negative/Positive – Where It Ends”

  1. Omg. What a scary experience!I had something similar when I was diagnosed with dengue and hospitalised. At 7 months pregnant.and it took four stupid nurses unable to find my kid’s heartbeat before finally the matron came and easily found it.those few minutes of uncertainty while the fools kept coming and going out of the room, not telling me anything, were the worst few minutes of my life!

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