Monday, November 28, 2011

Ow :/

No, the Coca-Cola lorry didn't run me over :p It was parked in the grocery store parking lot surronded by dozens of kids that probably should have been in school :/

The ow is my back. I had a skin biopsy done again on the same spot as last time, but a bit bigger this time :/ Why does the shot to numb the area have to hurt so much? I have a lot of freckles on my back, so have to watch them when they get itchy, the result of a bad sunburn when I was a kid :/ Could play connect the dots on my back when a person is bored :p  Wear sunscreen people!

8 comments:

Serena said...

The skin specialist told me that the skin cancers I've had removed in recent years are all due to sun damage from childhood. They didn't know the dangers back then and I remember being severely sunburned A LOT.

Yeah, those injections sure sting! Thankfully, they take effect quickly. I hope your biopsy is clear.

Norma Soulet (AZArtist) said...

Take care of yourself and hope you use sunscreen too!
Hugs

Perpetual Chocoholic said...

I think we'll find in the future that all that sunscreen with cause cancer. I think we need some some exposure for vit. D and also to help our immunity. Just not burns.

Shashi Nayagam said...

Never seen a Coca cola truck before. It looks rather unusual.
Hope the biopsy comes up negative and yes keep using the sunscreen.

kaslkaos said...

Hope it all goes well. Sounds like you are keeping an eye on things, which keeps everything in line.

Macpurp said...

hope your back is all better soon.

love teen xx

Jennifer Rose said...

serena, it is a good thing they take effect quickly, she had to give me 2 extra ones as time went on :/

thanks norma :)

sandi, i do think people need more vit D exposure, it does seem to help with MS, but they don't need to look like cooked lobsters all the time. that is def a bad thing :/

thanks shashi :) I'd never seen one in person either, nothing too special. just a big red truck :p

thanks ingrid :) if the spots hadn't started hurting I probably wouldn't have noticed anything was wrong with them, but now i def. keep on eye on my back :)

thank you tina :)

2paw said...

Hope your back is feeling better. We have an incredibly high MS rate here, they think it is because of the lack of sun in Winter and then we all slather ourselves with sunscreen in Summer. All my friends are taking Vitamin D- for bone strength too. There are cases of Rickets!!!
I totally agree about the local, I stopped having it when my port was accessed, one big needle was less painful than the local!!