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... 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 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)

... etc. I read a recent study that said stress was thought to bring on cancer in some cases. I used to have a terrible terrible fear of cancer just like you. I made up every possible symptom in my mind and was sure I had every type of cancer at different periods of my life. You know what I ended up with? ... (6 replies)
... 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. ... (6 replies)
... Do you mean a general checkup or a follow-up specifically for the cancer? If you mean the latter, usually they check you once every 2-3 months at first, then once every 6 months and then, after two to three years with no recurrence, once a year. You should still have a regular yearly physical. Ruth (3 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)
... shnswms, 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)
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... and make this quick, I am a 42 yr old male. I have always been in decent shape although overweight and rarely went to the Dr. It had been 4 yrs since my last check up when I went about 1 yr ago. I had been having some pain in my left teste for awhile off and on and mentioned it to the Doc. ... (3 replies)
... Matt, like you, cancer among friends and family has played a huge role in my own journey with cancer and the subsequent physical and mental issues in my life in the past ten years. My own saga actually began one year before my diagnosis. ... (19 replies)
... I don't know what of the things I've experienced leading up to where I am now is or is not related to my situation. Like everyone else, I've spent a lot of time googling to see what's wrong with me. ... (5 replies)
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Mar 2, 2005
... I woke up extremly nervous today and had extreme anxiety. My follow up appointment was at 10 to see if the lump was still there. So anyway went to my appointment and had to wait till the doc came in . It was horrible waiting. ... (0 replies)
... My husband has alway been healthy. He just had a physical within the last 6 mths. At the time I set it up he was having urination changes. He could urinate fine but couldn't control the flow. He was unable to "speed" up the process. Sorry if TMI. ... (15 replies)
... inches and to the right of my bellybutton. Doc says it is my aortic artery and he does not know why it is so close to the surface. It hurts so much worse with physical activity. They did a ct scan showed nothing so initially he thought aortic anursym but that would have showed. ... (5 replies)
... wide margins and was followed closely for the past 16 years with no evidence of recurrence. Just to be sure they did a deep cervical biopsy on me last month to check and it was completely clear. ... (35 replies)




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