I am sitting at the hospital computer, and my husband is still here. He's supposed to get the results tomorrow, and I plan to be there to see them.
He was told by the technician at the endoscopy that he had a large tumor in his esophagus, and hard a hard time getting the scope past it.
So far, he's been told by 2 doctors that he has only so long to live, and that it's cancer (does it matter whether it could be benign or malignant?)
He was constipated before his condition got worse; that's why he took the ex-lax. I didn't know he took it, and after he had such a violent reaction to it (severe stomach spasms), I asked him if I could throw away the ex-lax. He said yes. I took away his acid reducers, too.
Oh God, I'm at my wit's end.
Bless you and Marci. I'll have to read the rest of your replies later tonight. I'm so emotional right now,and my left brain hasn't kicked in yet.
P.S. I'm entering your forum into the Favorites of all three computers here. Hopefully, we can spread the Truth in Medicine.