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Hang in there. Still praying on this end.


Just in case you didn't know. Tonight is the Canucks first preseason game. We're playing Calgary. It's actually going to be on the NHL Network! I'm giddy with excitement!

I hate the 2 week wait! I don't think I ever tested early because I was afraid of false results. Good luck!

Good job on holding strong on the not testing. I truly believe it creates more stress and anxiety if you keep testing. Wait for the doctor to do it! Hopes, prayers, and best wishes for your desired results!!!

I wish you the best of luck, because sometimes I think these things have more to do with luck than anything else.

You've got me beat on the 2 week waits. I hope this is the one for you.

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