I just realized I forgot to update with my heart MRI results.
The good news is that my heart is functioning at the same level it was pre-chemotherapy.
Chemo is known to weaken hearts, so this is good.
The bad news is that my ejection function is still low and I also have left ventricular noncompaction.
I have been referred to a cardiologist, whom I will see at some point after surgery.
I don't really know what any of these means and I'm trying not to google.
My oncologist just said it's not a huge concern right now but may cause me problems when I'm older.
The one time I googled it, it brought up two sudden deaths by noncompaction.
Gotta love Google....or not. :)
For now, I'm going to stay focused on kicking cancer. If I can do this, anything is possible.
Make it a great day!