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... You don't say what your mother was staged at. The stage of the cancer will tell the course of treatment. If the cancer is a little larger or if the nodes are involved then the doctor will not do a hyst. ... (41 replies)
... I'm 43 and have had cancer on and off for 7 years. Cervical. ... (3 replies)
... I was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma 5 yrs ago- and alot has progressed since then. I too had a radical trachelectomy, I had tissue invasion but nolymph invasion. I had a Lymphondectomy at the same time as my surgery removing lymph nodes leading too and from that area. I did not have to do chemo and radiation. I know form my expierence lymph nodes once invaded are dangerous... (15 replies)

... ame exact thing as you, I have 3 bags as well. However, my case is a little worse. I am still battling cancer. Like you I went through simular treatments for the cervical cancer. I was diagnosed in Oct 04. Since at the time I was 32 years old they said they were going to be as aggresive as possible and the cure rate looked good. ... (53 replies)
... So sorry to hear about all you're going through and that the pain was so bad. I didn't have to have radiation or chemo, so I can't give you much info on that, but here's the little that I do know from discussions before my surgery. ... (50 replies)
... I am undergoing treatment for cervical adenocarcinoma Stage 1B2 with poor prognostic features for recurrence. ... (1 replies)
... I found out about a six weeks ago that I have cervical cancer. I am in 1b1 stage and I have the option of surgery or radiation therapy. The radiation oncologist freaked me out when telling me the what if's. ... (4 replies)
Panic setting in
Mar 18, 2009
... opinion. There are LOTS of options for radiation, and new therapies are coming out all the time!! There's some new types of radiation that make you much less sick, and not all facilities offer it. Univ. ... (7 replies)
... I had a normal pap in March 1994 then in Nov 1994 I was diagnosed with 1B cervical cancer. I had radiation internal and external. Then I had radical hyst and vaginal reconstruction in 1999 after damage to vagina from radiation. ... (0 replies)
... I think it varies as far as time frame of any long term effects,mine personally was like a month or so but I have heard of cervical cancer radiation might show damage years down the road just watch it,if she has any discomfort,urinating,constipation or ANY thing out of the ordinary I would for sure get it checked out. ... (13 replies)
... Hi Calypsosmom! I'm sorry to hear about your abnormal pap. The good news is that you have gone to the doctor and they have found this. Also, your doctor is proactive and is looking further. First of all, the pap is just a screening tool. Have you read about the colposcopy and what happens during one? The doctor might take a biopsy (sometimes called a pinch biopsy or... (9 replies)
... First of all, I went for another opinion at the Neag Cancer Center in Farmington, CT, which is part of the University of Connecticut. Dr. M. B. is a most fantastic lady!!! ... (89 replies)

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