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... e about 10 a day, then cut down to about 3 a day. On a weekend if i was having a drink i could get through about 26 a night i know how bad that sounds. On a week day i would not smoke through the day, but have 3 a night. ... (0 replies)
... s lost almost all her teeth, and the few remaining ones occasionally started aching when she was eating. ... (1 replies)
... As if we didn't have enough trouble. My son has chicken pox. He was sleeping on me all day. What's the chances of me getting them as I've never had them? ... (23 replies)

... til recently it's been bothering me a bit more, but not with increasing pain. Of course I wanted to try to self diagnose the culprit behind my shoulder pain, and all I kept getting was "the first signs of lung cancer is right shoulder pain". ... (5 replies)
... I will try to type but have vision problem from brain tumor spun off via lung cancer every one cancer pressing on optic nerve seems diff. for me. i had strep throat went to ER got pills later went to DR nurse eas very concerned my sight was all messed up. ... (2 replies)
... My mother was diagnosed with Stage IV Lung Cancer in Sept. 2006. My mother was a very healthy lady, she never missed her appts, always exercised, and tried to eat healthy as much as possible. ... (10 replies)
... t say the word cancer in my house because it is considered taboo. No one wants to call it by its monster name. The other sad thing in all this is that my husband still has not shared with anyone about his sickness but everyone has advice or suggestions to offer to him. ... (19 replies)
A difficult day
Nov 14, 2006
... nother family member, I would sit here and read about your mom, Stan and Bud....and It's hard to know what to say at this moment, but please try to remember that all this time has not been wasted...it has been an amazing journey and has brought you even closer to your loved ones. ... (21 replies)
... urt and I am there with you. When the spot on his lung was found they assumed it was an infection. They said at his age of 33, there is no way it can be anything cancer related. Then we got a biopsy done. Then our world fell apart. In the past 6 months they have changed his chemo more times then I can count. ... (41 replies)
... went chemo and radiation. It took a lot out of him. The chemo made him very tired and the radiation made him tired and weak. It is important that your mom get all the rest she can in between these treatments. What she is experiencing sounds normal. I remember dad sleeping all of the time. ... (7 replies)
... My husbands great aunt was diagnosed with lung cancer in Oct 2002. The mass was 7cm, she received radiation 5 days a week for 5 weeks and given ct scan 1 month later. It shrank to under 6cm. ... (3 replies)
... Hi all, I'm 37 yr old, non-smoker. I've had fatigue and some minor chest pain starting in Mib Feb of this year that lasted for months. After numerous medical tests (blood, treadmill, echo, EKG...), the family doctor and the cardiologist concluded that I'm healthy and the symptoms were caused by stress. I was not satisfied, so I had a full body CT (paid with my own money).... (7 replies)
... in shape. Had PET scan and that showed "hypermedobolic uptake" which also indicated cancer. I had a "staging procedure" biopsing lymph nodes in my chest, which all were benign. Appt with the surgeon before surgery, he told me this was the "classic case" of cancer given the shape and size. So was scheduled for surgery. ... (6 replies)
... Hey Stephen...no really easy answers....not sure what you do...but my job can envelope my day and night....so I could throw myself into work... ... (9 replies)
... Losing your mom is sooo hard in itself...no matter what...but to deal w/ all the family dynamics....I can't even begin to imagine...you seem very strong...I am sorry for your pain...thanks for sharing...it should not ever have to be that way...take care...good thoughts going your way...c (5 replies)
... e was getting worse by the hour and the doctors weren't doing much of anything to help her. I knew, before her official diagnosis, that she had cancer. She had all the symptoms, I just wasn't sure if she had NSCLC or SCLC. August 3rd 2007 my mom was rushed to the hospital by ambulance. ... (5 replies)
... Do not under estimate it as it can cause alot of problems. When I am not getting enough sleep I often feel as if I am depressed but once I start getting sleep it all improves. ... (34 replies)
... ty party! It usually takes me working it thru in my head to snap out of that mode. I can go into what I call my turtle mood...where I hide in my shell and keep all inside of me and don't talk to any of my friends for a week or so. ... (34 replies)
... As mentioned in a previous posting, my cancer is sleeping. It is not expected to go away. I have made peace with this. I live each day in fullness. ... (12 replies)
Bud
Oct 18, 2006
... ould not sleep well as I have so many things racing in my mind. I have been thinking about Bud and you and then JanMarie since this week seems to be so tough on all of you. I do hope Bud is hanging in there and will be strong enough for the camping trip! ... (41 replies)


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