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... the hysterectomy up for a month later, he only does 2 hysterectomys a week. WHy oh why didn't I go somewhere else. I trusted him. So from may till august the cancer continued to grow. Finally surgery day came and he did the surgery. He comes into my room afterward and tells me everything was clean and no cancer. ... (55 replies)
... I hope everything turned out okay for you after your sonogram. I know that uterine cancer is very scarey, I have gone through i since last August and have posted my reactions on here. Mine was family oriented I believe. ... (4 replies)
... I hope this helps you out. I was diagnosed with uterine cancer stage 3C which has progressed to what the drs. say the lungs. I had radiation for 38 treatments. ... (5 replies)

... agree about this board being such a good source of information and support. I'm trying to tell a friend of a friend to come here because she was diagnosed with uterine cancer, too, and is having a really hard time with the radiation. ... (55 replies)
... ure and that you werent taken seriously at first. I will tell you a story... something not intended to get you down, only to help. My grandmother, at age 59, had uterine cancer and they did a hysterectomy and after that everything was clear, but the dr demanded her to have radiation just as a precautionary measure. ... (55 replies)
... fadeine was so messy and icky. It did work though very well. You go through that stuff and never know what the end result will be. Years of money and funds to cancer and still no viable cure for all cancers. I know herceptin for cancer is a good one although it doesn't work on all of them. ... (55 replies)
... ad shape with her cervical cancer. I don' know how that happened, when I first read about it they made it sound like it was nothing big. My sister had cervical cancer and had no treatment at all. She is still alive 33 years later. I wonder if the medicine might be worse than the cancer sometime. ... (55 replies)
... o come back in and he would take another look. He decided that I should have a endometial biopsy which came back okay. I was told by another dr. years ago that cancer can be anywhere and if you don't find it in one spot it could be somewhere else. I was worried because the bleeding still continued. I went back to the dr. ... (55 replies)
... It is supposed to be helpful for radiation side effects. It is for cancer in general it is supposed to be helpful. It is worth a try. ... (55 replies)
... Oh....I am so sorry to hear of your ordeal. Women frequently have been operated on by regular Gyn's that found out afterwards they had cancer. In your case, it sounds like they did the appropriate testing but maybe the doctor wasn't proficient. One piece of advice I would offer women who experience post menopausal bleeding or abnormal pap smears is GO TO A GYN ONCOLOGIST! Do... (55 replies)
... You can get them, but you have to pay for them yourself. Cancer gives off heat, and they can detect cancer as small as a grain of sand, they say. ... (55 replies)
... back to the original cancer, I know they did the surgery and took it out, but who knows when it went into the two lymph nodes and they didn't even know I had any cancer and left them in. Everyday I worry about every pain I have. I am better today, I need to keep myself centered, I have an 11 yr. ... (55 replies)
... ausea and vomiting I went through was terrible on my body. Unfortunatly, I picked the wrong doctor, I am hoping to go to Arizona soon to my sisters, they have a cancer center of america there and they do the alternative treatments. ... (55 replies)
... listen, you found cancer in one place, isn't that enough for now? ... (55 replies)
... ts. I guess it's good news. I have a large cyst on my right ovary and a polyp in my uterus. So two things are causing all these symptoms. She cannot rule out cancer yet, but so far I think it looks like 2 innocuous things. I must have not have been thinking when I told her I didn't want to do anything about it. ... (55 replies)
... Nope, never ate meat. I always was told by my dr. that I would never have to worry about getting cancer or high cholestorol and I ended up with both. I agree with you, the drs. say it is stress and our lifestyles, but I believe it is in the food and in the air. ... (55 replies)
... I am not the only one that thinks they need to get a move on it, and wonder why no cure yet. I personally have donated countless times, St. Judes, Stand up for Cancer and everytime there is a jar handy I pitch in and I will continue to do so. We all need to stand up and shout to find a stinking darn cure. ... (55 replies)
... w, but I am hanging in there. My kids and grandkids pushed me into the radiation, but I will stand by the refusal on the chemo. When my mother in law had colon cancer they gave it to her at home and the day we took her to the hospital they were still giving it to her. ... (55 replies)
... Hi Diane, Yes, the darn tests and the surgery are hard enough, but going back in over and over for more tests is a big hassle and then you have to wait till they tell you what the results are. The drs. don't realize how hard they are pressing on you and probably don't give a darn. I saw on tv now where the only woman justice on the supreme court has been... (55 replies)
... is the worst thing that has ever happened to me. I watched the special with Patrick Swayze and I so admire him and his wife. My brother in law died of the same cancer in a year and a half. Most of it was painful. ... (55 replies)




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