Waiting

In my last blog post I mentioned that I had a suspected RCC.  That is still the case, but what is making me think a lot is the amount of time that people have to wait from first finding something like this to getting any kind of treatment.  I do finally have an appointment for a CT scan, which is almost two weeks after my ultrasound detected the problem.

Until you get into this system, you have no idea that people are waiting like this with no advice, no support, nothing bu just having to wait for an appointment to come through. And it’s harsh.

The kidney is hurting now. Not badly yet, but a niggling pain that is there most of the time. I will just be glad now to find out what is going to happen, has to be better than waiting and imagining.


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