Thanks to Bitte for keeping you updated and to all of you for your warmth and support.
I have now gone through this part of my ordeal. The tumour was successfully isolated and removed during surgery which lasted for about two hours. We now wait patiently for the planned follow-up.
In the meantime, I arrived at the post-op department high on morphine and was apparently quite entertaining.
Sleeping with all the wires attached to me while at the same time worrying about stitches and a catheter was not easy especially as the alarm kept going off due to my low pulse.
I am now decoupled, decatheterised and determined to come through this in the best possible way.
I have a room with a view in the neurosugery ward.
It has come to my attention that I should explain the name tvanellus, and why You’ll never walk alone is so important. These ar subjects for posts later this week.