Treating Low Malignant Potential Ovarian Cancer Experiences
Low Malignant Potential Ovarian Cancer Experiences
Choosing a care team
Added Oct 7, 2013
My cancer srated in my colon and went to my liver, it isn’t operable so far I have cheo every month since august 2011 . I am so tried of people hang in there it will get better,I could just scream. They just don’t knowhat it feels like to struggle everyday to get out of bed. I have donated my body to science (whole body) for medical purposes ma…
Living with cancer
Added Sep 25, 2013
Dr. gave me something new for pain and its doing a great job on the pain but making me unable to stay awake. Hopefully I will get used to it and can function without the pain. !st time in 3-4 months I am not feeling some degree of pain.3 people like this. Like
Added Apr 27, 2013
I had Vulvar Cancer, excised 2004; So happy to have survived.
The surgery, Right Hemivulvectomy, has left me with an obvious defect. I’ve also had Bladder uplift, and followed by Rectocyle repair. I’m a Nurse. I’m a woman who would like to meet compatible men.
In a pickle. MDs have said things like "you will be able to have intercourse, may b…Be first to like this. Like
Added Mar 27, 2014
Slam. Bam. Lighting strikes twice. Prostate Cancer diagnosis on 26 Feb 2014. Unrelated lymphoma diagnosis on 12 Mar 2014. Next scan for farther diagnosis on 2 April 2014. Have been waiting for treatment for over a month. Going from one biopsy, to another, to another diagnosis. Familiar story to many but new to me. Hoping to get started …
Going through treatment
Added Feb 27, 2014
just need some good inf. on upset stomach, some rash on my
face, just had my first chemo for a breat tumor.5 moore to
go. need some imput and how to make my stomach fell better. thank. every body, let just hang in there all together in prayer. :) bless day.4 people like this. Like
What I've learned
Updated Feb 5, 2014
It’s been 4 years since my mother was diagnosed with cancer and she underwent bilobectomy.There have been many ups an downs.We have met good doctors and we have met bad doctors.We stayed in good hospitals and we stayed in bad hospitals.One thing has never changed:our attitude.”Quitting” or “giving up” has never been in our list of options.We ha…8 people like this. Like
Added Jan 19, 2014
I have many baseball caps, for warmer weather, and have so many knitted hats for colder weather. I also had fun buying hats at Kohls when they were on sale. My mantra thru all this is that it is temporary. My hair will grow back. I am thankful I have a curable disease and all my side effects will eventually disappear. You need to put things…9 people like this. Like
What I've learned
Added Jan 7, 2014
Laughter it the best medicine
I laugh every day, i live everyday with appreciation of the loved ones who stand by my side.
I have learned to push through the hard times, having many animals as my mental therapy.
I have learned to walk away from drama and some times I do not use my mouth filter and it feels really good.
respect what my …7 people like this. Like
Living with cancer
Added Dec 18, 2013
After going through a double mastectomy for breast cancer and having the miracle of not having any lymph nodes effected, I feel very blessed. No radiation, no chemotherapy. Just regular monitoring to be sure I stay cancer free. As I was healing (there was allot more pain than I expected) and fighting my lowered immunity for a month, I realize…
I'm garrett andrest, and I support someone with cancerGoing through treatment
Added Dec 17, 2013
After every chemo session my aunt was tired but she didn’t act tired or look it she looked like a fighter my aunt wasn’t going to let cancer define her life. My aunt wanted a normal life so she tried as much as she could to have a “normal life”
she went too work even if she didn’t feel good her boss told her that she didn’t have to come in but …1 person likes this. Like
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- Just some thoughts
Added May 5, 2013
Hi, I am Sid Cole. After the second needle biopsy on the tumor in my abdomen, I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins B-Cell Lymphoma Cancer, Stage-4 in June 2012. I was very sick from February 2012, until this diagnosis in July 2012. I had seen many doctors, many times, in the Military Facilities on Hill Air Force Base, Utah, the Veterans Affairs Cen…14 people like this. Like
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Just some thoughts
Added Jan 7, 2010
LISTEN TO YOUR BODY
You’ve probably heard this before; however, it meant little to me until I was the one being told, " You have colorectal cancer." If you are experiencing something out of the ordinary, such as pain or discomfort that will not go away, call your doctor.
OBTAIN FAMILY MEDICAL HISTORY
This can be a useful tool for yo…21 people like this. Like
What I've learned
Added Mar 9, 2013
The first thing to do after you are diagnosed with Cancer, is to remember to BREATHE! It is a scary and daunting situation. You probably have a million questions and will have another million that you haven’t even thought of yet! Your feelings are perfectly normal.
What you may not know is that there have been many advances in treatments and …8 people like this. Like
Added May 30, 2011
My surgeon was standing on the other side of the room with his back to me when he opened the file and delivered the news. I’d had a lump for 3 years that everyone believed was just scar tissue because it varied from invisible to benign looking on all the tests. I finally insisted they just take the darn thing out so I’d stop worrying about it….13 people like this. Like
Added Mar 22, 2013
March 21, 2013
One year ago today, I received the news that no person ever wants to hear . . . “You have cancer”. My outward calm was the antithesis of my inner turmoil. The questions swirling around in my head were asked but went unanswered. Why me? Is this real? There must be a mistake! How could this happen? Am I going to die?
Du…11 people like this. Like