... I went for my annual check up last Fall and was given a clean bill of health. However, during that check up I showed my doctor a painful boil I had on my upper thigh. She prescribed antibiotics and the boil went away. ... (6 replies)
... Some cancers can develop for a few days.Ex, some kind of leucocyte cancers.Doesn't matter.You can check yourself every month.Just relax, live your life. ... (6 replies)
... We all know that one should get a check up every year....but what are the chances of developing cancer or any other disease shortly after receiving a clean bill of health from your physician? ... (6 replies)
... I don't want to seem paranoid, I just want to make sure that I have all the tests I need to have done on the annual basis. ... (1 replies)
... As a survivor of two different types of cancer and a heart attack, not to mention other long-term serious illnesses, I agree with everything already said. My philosophy can be summed up by a quote from John Lennon, "Life is what happens when you're busy making other plans."
That said, I did want to advise you, John, that if you find yourself worrying a lot or even... (6 replies)
... I've had cancer and even I don't spend my time worrying...
If you put it into perspective, you could die tomorrow in an automobile accident, or you could live to be a hundred. It is your choice whether or not you make the most of what time you have. If you are worrying, then you are not making the most of your life. I'm lucky. I've been cancer-free for 15 years! I know I... (6 replies)
I completely agree with your post!
And even now - after my diagnosis - I can't worry about future cancers!
I just will not allow it! Stress is indeed the cause of many illness and too much is concentrated in the news these days on blame and behavior and lifestyles and diet...etc... It's no wonder the people of this country are so sick! We are condtioned to be... (6 replies)
... Let me give you some advice. You can't spend every day of your life worrying about what ifs. All you can do is live your life and take things as they come. You can be proactive and get your yearly physicals and the appropriate tests done once you reach certain ages like colonscopies, prostate exams, mammograms, etc. I read a recent study that said stress was thought to bring... (6 replies)