Dec 3, 2018 8 min read

As You Read This (My Election Day Mammogram)

As You Read This (My Election Day Mammogram)
Photo by Donnie Rosie / Unsplash

The 'As You Read This' series chronicles my experience of finding a lump in my breast at 23 years old and again at 31 years old.

If you're new to my blog or this particular series on my blog, start here: As You Read This.
As You Read This (My Election Day Mammogram)
As with all of my posts that speak in detail about my various diagnoses and medications, I must state that these experiences are my own and yours might be completely different. I’m not a doctor and I strongly advise that you seek the help of a medical professional if you have concerns about your physical or mental wellbeing. Please see my disclaimer for more information about what I share on this site.

It is 4 a.m. on Election Day. My bedroom is dark. The world is quiet. My mind is racing.

There are ten hours until my mammogram and ultrasound at Hope Women's Cancer Center and I can't fall back to sleep.

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