Authorized for treatment


Good morning, and it just so happens that in spite of the chilly weather we are having the sun is shining nicely and I believe it will be a beautiful day!

Yesterday afternoon I received a call from my insurance company to advise me that my treatment has been authorized, a phone call with the authorization number was made to the Oncologists office and I will receive my written authorization in the mail.

The representative said the request was immediately authorized and she hoped that I would get well very soon.

This afternoon I will be visiting the lab for some additional lab tests.  I drove by the lab when I left the Dr’s yesterday, but the parking lot was full and that means sitting and waiting for too long so came home and made an appointment so I can get in and out without a long wait.

Monday I have a morning appointment with my PCP and will update him with all of the take home information about my treatment plan so copies can be made and placed into my file there.

I want to get my hair trimmed this next week…I just had it cut not too long ago, but it grows out fast and I thought if it is going to thin out with treatment, maybe it won’t be so noticeable.

I also want to go through my crochet patterns and and work on some cute cotton hats. I do love to crochet!  I will be meeting many different people during treatment.  Yesterday at my appointment, it was full of ladies getting their chemo therapy treatments.  It is also something I can work on during my treatments  or a good way to catch up on reading a good book if crocheting isn’t something I want to do on a day.  I thought that a cute hat with a crocheted flower wrapped in pretty tissue paper with an uplifting message on a little card would be nice to hand to those I meet during treatments.

Well on with my day, they seem to come and go so quickly anymore that I want to make the best of this one!   Have a wonderful day!


4 thoughts on “Authorized for treatment

  1. Sandra, sounds like everything is going as planned. I had chemotherapy for 12 weeks last year and you will meet all kinds of people that are going through similar situations – a good support group, I continue to send positive vibes your way. 🙂

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  2. Hi Sandra! You have such a big heart. You are thinking of others, instead of yourself. I think it would be a beautiful idea to crochet hats for the people you meet in treatment. I am sure they would appreciate your kindness. I hope all went well with your blood work. I will check in with you later. 💖

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    • Thanks so much Marie! Yes, I thought it would be nice to give out a hat with a flower of course! I can make up several in a day, I love them! Yes, I had just two vials drawn by the lab tech, she said more baby boomers are getting these tests and they are very important tests. She also shared with me her 8 yr. old niece has just been diagnosed with cancer….so sad, only 8 years old. It must be something in our food or water. Talk with you later….Hugs and love ❤


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