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... just get a hysterectomy and get it over with. He said he agreed but was leary because of my age. Like I told him, I'm not intending to have anymore children and as far as any Physiological problems after I seriously doubted I would have any. ... (7 replies)
... as long as you still have a good amount of estrogen. After menopause, they're very unlikely to grow back. ... (7 replies)
... Was the polyp benign? Pre-cancerous? The vast majority of them are benign. They are a nuisance problem only, causing irregular bleeding and stuff. i recently had one removed for that reason. It was benign; as I said, they usually are. A hysterectomy for benign polyps sounds excessive, and I doubt if a reputable doctor would even do it. You'll stop getting polyps after... (7 replies)

... As to hormone replacement therapy... I am not familiar with that you were on. From 46 yo to 49 yo I took Prempro, which as you probably know.. has both progesterone and estrogen in it. ... (2 replies)
... I have also noticed that the person responsible for the book seems to be entering ovarian cyst sites, posing as a fellow cyst sufferer and trying to refer other ovarian cyst sufferers to purchase the book. These acts alone made me extremely skeptical. ... (8 replies)
... I think it was staged as 1A. There were no lymph node involvement either. I do not require any further treatment such as radiation, etc. ... (9 replies)
... Hi. I would like to hear how you are doing. I just got the same diag today and can't stop crying. I am so scared. I have to call tomorrow to make an appt with the oncologisgt to have more tests and a hysterectomy. Since you posted in June, please tell me how you are doing? (9 replies)
... I posted recently as a new member after last week's endometrial biopsy. ... (9 replies)
... puncture to colon or bladder, hemorrhaging and so on...I replied, well as long as I get someone who knows what they're doing! She looked a little sheepish and I wondered what I'd said wrong. Found out today she's the surgeon! ... (6 replies)
... I did develop lympodema from the radiation killing off 2 of the lymph nodes in my abdomen, but since I started taking the essiac it is not as bad as it was. I am grateful for that, because it was touchy painful if you know what I mean. Abdomen got hard and blotchy feeling and I didn't know what it was. ... (16 replies)
... Thank you for your good wishes and yes it is a deal, I am determined to fight for as long as I can. I believe in my heart that we are close to a cure for all cancers. I believe that it is in stem cell treatments. ... (16 replies)
Feb 22, 2008
... I could barely hobble to the bathroom and back to bed. Sleeping and lying on my back only, and keeping my legs bent and as far apart as possible. Urinating was fair at first, but after a couple of days the pain was unbearable. It would be a sharp burning pain... ... (3 replies)
... cancer. he had total abd. hysterectomy with staging and eval. of lymph nodes. Everything came back negative. Per her gynecologic oncologist no radiation needed as it was stage 1b, earlY! well she has been gettign check ups all along along with pap. Her gyn. ... (2 replies)
... I wanted to share my experience, as I have seen so many posts about having a thick endemetrium lining, and I too was terrified that I had cancer. ... (0 replies)
... ne. But once I heard the word cancer it was hard to hear anything else. He was telling me to focus on what he was saying, but I was still crying. He held my hand as I cried.He told me if you are going to get cancer, endometrial cancer is the best one to get. I think of that now and laugh about his comment. ... (7 replies)
... they had but at that stage they had not been seen by a GP. She went thru the notes and said that a referal to a Gynae was recommended as there was a suspected submucous I thought that was possibly the answer. ... (4 replies)
... But, as the saying goes, when you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras. ... (3 replies)
... ecause it's so curable, increasingly doctors are looking at ways to cure it without surgery, especially in cases where women wish to preserve their fertility, or as in your case where surgery is not an option. ... (3 replies)
... on Monday the Dr rushed over to her house and said that she needed to be admitted to the hospital as her calcium was through the roof. ... (22 replies)
... Hi Lucy, although I don't have any info as yet to give you, I am in the same predicament. I am almost 51, went to see my gp as feeling unwell and just happened to mention that I had had two periods recently after a long time without any and that was it, all systems go. ... (9 replies)

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