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    DefaultNLR, Sophie goes in for an aspirate of her bizarro-lump on Friday

    still no change at all in size or location.

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    DefaultRe: NLR, Sophie goes in for an aspirate of her bizarro-lump on Friday

    At least it's not growing any... good luck for Friday, hope you can get some answers as to what it might be-

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    DefaultRe: NLR, Sophie goes in for an aspirate of her bizarro-lump on Friday

    What does that mean, Nancy? Does the vet have any idea what it might be now, or no?
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    DefaultRe: NLR, Sophie goes in for an aspirate of her bizarro-lump on Friday

    Thanks for the update.

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    DefaultRe: NLR, Sophie goes in for an aspirate of her bizarro-lump on Friday

    Fine needle aspirate - the vet will draw out a small amount of tissue and have it analyzed - like a biopsy, but no anasthesia is required.. hopefully it will give us some idea what we're dealing with.

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    DefaultRe: NLR, Sophie goes in for an aspirate of her bizarro-lump on Friday

    So they really don't know eh? Poop. :-\

    Hope the aspiration gives you some answers.
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    DefaultRe: NLR, Sophie goes in for an aspirate of her bizarro-lump on Friday

    fingers crossed its some weird sophie thing

    I'm still wondering about scar tissue from that tough spay

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    DefaultRe: NLR, Sophie goes in for an aspirate of her bizarro-lump on Friday

    We'll be thinking good thoughts.



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    DefaultRe: NLR, Sophie goes in for an aspirate of her bizarro-lump on Friday

    continued good thoughts for your girl

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    DefaultRe: NLR, Sophie goes in for an aspirate of her bizarro-lump on Friday

    Thinking good thoughts here too...... hope it's nothing serious.

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