Eggert recalled every doctor’s office is “booked solid” at the time. Refusing to wait, she scheduled an appointment with her general practitioner who recommended she see a specialist, which was booked. Eventually, she spoke to a friend who’s a physician and was able to get bloodwork done, which came back “alarming.”
Ultimately, Eggert was able to have a discovery mammogram which led to a biopsy confirming her diagnosis. She followed the post with another sharing her GoFundMe page.
“Hope is important because it can make the present moment less difficult to bear. If we believe tomorrow will be better, we can bear a hardship today. – Thich Nhat Hnah. Link in bio- Please read and Please share,” Eggert posted on January 8.