HURRAH!! SO pleased for you, this is the best possible outcome, what a relief. Like you say, it will take time to sink in and that might not happen properly for some time. I was in the same situation as you - diagnosis of cervical cancer and radical hysterectomy very quickly afterwards - it's a whirlwind and you have to deal with all sorts of things at the time, including the practical stuff of life. By the time I got my histology results, having cancer hadn't sunk in, let alone not having cancer anymore! Having decided that I had a thorough dislike of hospitals, I am aware that at that appointment, my relief was more about not having to have another operation or any other kind of treatment, rather than not having cancer anymore. The nature of its massiveness and the speed with which everything happens doesn't tally well in terms of allowing your mind to accept what's gone on. You might find it starts to sink in gradually, or it might suddenly hit you, which is what happened with me - hit me like a train around new year - but everyone's different. Some people will expect you to be full of the joys of Spring now you've got such good news. If you do feel like this, then that's great, but remember that's it ok if you don't feel like that. Sometimes it's only once we're safe again that all the saved up emotion can come out.
Once again, so pleased and relieved for you and sending you a big hug. :-)
Love, Annabel. x