Monday 7th July
Almost eight months following my left groin dissection I have an appointment with my plastic surgeon to check progress. He is terrific, never rushed, and always willing to answer questions.
He is very pleased with the way the scar has healed, leaving just a neat silvery line in the crease at the top of my leg.
He feels along the scar line for any new swelling ~ there is none!
He mentions that the skin graft on my foot could be made to look a little more pleasing ~ this was carried out by his colleague, using a split-thickness skin graft, and has been left looking a bit lumpy and scarred. I think it best to decline his offer at this moment in time. I don’t want to be out of action, limping and hobbling for a number of weeks ~ I think I can put up with a gnarly looking foot!
We make another appointment for a year’s time!
I had previously sought out my trials nurse to enquire as to the results of last week’s CT scan. I didn’t know whether the results had come through yet. They had…..
All is clear. Nothing has changed. Worry not.
We leave the hospital feeling massively relieved and wonderfully happy. Thank goodness.