I spent the day, 7am-3pm, having my 2nd Mohs procedure on my forehead. This one was way more involved than the same procedure done 2 weeks ago. Today the doctor removed 3 layers of non-life threatening skin cancer versus the 1 layer for the other forehead spot. The result was a significant (to me) oval cut out of the middle, right side of my forehead. I now have another 2.5 inch incision with 30 stitches except this one is horizontal and above my right brow so ....
As I leave the doctor's office, I immediately phone Commuter Husband who is in Houston:
Me tearfully: "Everything is okay but one eyebrow is definitely higher than the other."
Commuter Husband encouragingly: "You will always look interested."
Me more tearfully: "Only on one side!"
Commuter Husband with a chuckle: "Well, like a Vulcan."
Me: Weak Smile
So now I am in bed with Twizzlers, a soda, a US Weekly and that same Bag of Frozen Peas feeling sorry for myself for at least 24 hours. Then I will remember there are way worse things.
And the doctor did say the brow should relax down at least 80% within 2 months ...