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... Thank you for you support. I was never told of the harmful side effects of the radation. Nothing but you have to have that or you have to have chemo or both. I was so down from the diagnosis that I just couldn't think. Did your grandmother take any extra measures to protect her bones? ... (55 replies)
... Thank you so much, I tried to private message you last night, I don't know whether it went through or not. ... (16 replies)
... I had stage 1 grade 3 uterine cancer 9 years ago with no lymph node involvement. ... (4 replies)

... I feel for what you are going through. I think I remember you saying something about the radiation affecting your large intestines? ... (55 replies)
... Has anyone had radiation for uterine cancer? ... (4 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)
... 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. old grandson that needs his grandma. No dad close and mom works all the time and has a bad back. ... (55 replies)
... Thank you for your reply. I have made up my mind to go ahead with radiation. My course of treatment will only be for 25 treatments, 5x a week for 5 weeks and treatment length 10 to 15 minutes per session. ... (4 replies)
... I wanted to get back to you quickly, I have my next chemo on Wed. It makes me very sick and sleepy. It is a very tough road, your aunt is so lucky to have all of you. One of the things that is major with me, I hope not for your aunt is the nausea even after the chemo. ... (9 replies)
... endometrial cancer is highly treatable, highly curable, and is therefore considered the "best" type of cancer to have, if you must have cancer at all. ... (3 replies)

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