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    Best of luck to you and the missus Topper..

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    Best of luck for the misses Topper. I hope all goes well.

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    Thanks again all.....and again, get your wife's junk checked, you never know what might be hiding up there....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    you never know what might be hiding up there
    ...*cough*...more frequent expeditions might have offered a clue...

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    katie .... fawn ... my hands are not that big

    but my fingers are an instro's

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...*cough*...more frequent expeditions might have offered a clue...
    thus the theme of the thread....

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    @topper - best of luck to your wife. I hope all goes well. I had a colleague who was in a similar situation - she had a myoma removed when she was in her late 40s - never had kids. After the operation, she rested from work for 1-2 months (can't remember exactly how much leave she took). Apparently myomas are more common among childless women, since the uterus didn't get used. But it can also be a genetic predisposition.

    @baldrick - thanks for your concern and your kind offer, but I'm afraid I'll have to decline. I have a yearly checkup c/o my employer, and the results of the last check were optimal. I'm in good health since I regularly jog & hike. If you would like to hike with me in 8/9 or 9/9 mountains (with knife edges or kiss the wall parts) let me know! Of course I'll have to inform Loopy dahlink but I'm pretty sure he'll be OK with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    The wife just had a "woman stuff" checkup today after only a decade since her last one.

    We thought she'd gained a bunch of weight, turns out she's got a tumor the size of a 7-8 month baby in her uterus.

    Tell your woman to get her stuff checked out on a regular basis, apparently a lot can happen in ten years.

    Is it a fibroid tumor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    thus the theme of the thread....
    Yes.
    ...*sigh*...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
    Is it a fibroid tumor?
    That's what the doctor said....

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