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Jan 25 2011 [Day 085] "Tumor On Board"
Tumor On Board!
I have had my fare share of ear issues.
When I was 3, I was diagnosed with a parotid gland tumor. Parotid glands are located in each cheek over the jaw in front of the ears. Thankfully it was benign, but even though I was only 3 I can still remember flashes of that time. They actually took a film of the procedure and slides as this operation was uncommon for its time (1976). I am trying to get in touch with records where my doctor was at the time (and up until a few years ago, now retired) to see if I can get a copy of at least the slides.
Fast forward to when I was about 5 and I started having pain in front of my left ear and could no longer eat anything solid. My parents took me into see Dr. Camp and they ran some tests, and poked around. They found that the tumor hadn’t come back but there was a lot of scar tissue and they decided the scar tissue needed to be removed.
A week later it was the morning of check-in and my Mom took me to a local Fred Meyer (Grocery / Home Supply / Toys / Hardware) and let me pick out a stuffed animal to take to the hospital… I picked out a Scooby Doo stuffed toy (My Mom still has the warn-out Scooby). Off to the hospital we went… Checked in and I slept there that night… surgery was the next morning.
Surgery went okay, though when they tried to put the gas mask over my mouth/nose I freaked out. I still don’t like that… but now they give you all kinds of shots before they do the gas.
The cool thing is they put me in a room for recovery right by one of the kitchens… I couldn’t eat solid food but I could have ice cream, Jell-O and pudding and all I had to do was knock on the wall. I did have a roommate, an older person who insisted on watching soaps and more “adult themed” night shows. I spent a week in the hospital.
I still have a lot of issues with that ear and in the picture above you can see the scar; it runs down right in front of my ear and makes a line down towards my neck behind the earlobe. One issue is that the gland was damaged during one of the surgeries and instead of salivating on the inside it comes out through my skin… Not all the time but when I am eating something that produces a lot of saliva, it goes a bit crazy. I often get asked if I am hot or eating something hot as it looks like I am sweating. When I brought this up to Dr. Camp about 12 years ago he said not to worry and I was probably unique with the issue.
Since I was about 16 I had an issue with that gland becoming infected and getting hard… my newest doctor said it’s probably an infection due to saliva getting stuck in the glad and becoming infected. Solution is the have the gland removed but in that there are risks. Main risk is that there are a ton of facial nerves that run along that glad and there is a really good chance those could be damaged and I would be left with uncontrollable twitching (anywhere on my left side) or drooping face, also on the left side. I keep thinking about having it done as when it becomes infected it’s very painful and I can’t eat anything.
Life can throw some curve balls at you at times... the key is to hit them out of the park and run like hell.
Day 101/365 - Behold! The Eternal!
The other reason for my road trip to Wenatchee - aside from crappy weather in Seattle and the desire to snap that retro sign? Pick up a new series Dalek, exclusive to the Hastings Entertainment chain, and the closest one was some 250 miles away.
God I am such a nerd.
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