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I THINK I HAVE CANCER.. BUT NOBODY KNOWS

i_am_tatin
Posts: 5
Joined: Nov 2011

I am 27 years old turning 28 on early January next year. Filipino, lives in the Philippines. A few years back, I think that was 2006. I think i was experiencing symptoms of bowel cancer because I had a hemorrhoid and my waste had traces of blood on it. The first time I've experienced it, I felt like dying. It was so painful! My a** literally hurt! I hid it from my mom and dealt with it alone. I absolutely told no one. A few years passed, I think I still have it because I've researched it further and the symptoms of me having it seem to be concrete. Now, I'm very scared because I think I'm developing lung cancer as well because I've checked the symptoms and I seem to be experiencing more than have of them. Still, I haven't told my mom who is my only family in the world. I am scared. I thought if I could die, then I'd die normally. Believe me, I look perfectly healthy because I take care of my appearance but could it be possible to be having more than one cancer at the same time?

CrystalTrujillo...
Posts: 6
Joined: Dec 2011

You need to see a doctor. Yes, if you let cancer go, it will spread.

victoria_v05
Posts: 3
Joined: Mar 2011

I had went to the doctors and had got an abnormal pap. I didn't tell anyone and just let time pass. I was scared to go back to the doctors because I had a feeling it was cancer. A year pass I finally made myself go to the doctor and get another pap. Once again it was abnormal..... but this time I continued on to my next visit. I found out I had Cervical Cancer. My cancer would not have went as far as it had if I would had taken care of it the first time. If you even think you might have CANCER you need to see your doctor and find out for sure. If it is Cancer it is better to get it early the longer you wait the worse it can get. On the other hand if its nothing you will soooooooooo much better. Family support helps out so very much. Family support helped me alot.. God willing everything goes well for you. ;)

victoria_v05
Posts: 3
Joined: Mar 2011

I had went to the doctors and had got an abnormal pap. I didn't tell anyone and just let time pass. I was scared to go back to the doctors because I had a feeling it was cancer. A year pass I finally made myself go to the doctor and get another pap. Once again it was abnormal..... but this time I continued on to my next visit. I found out I had Cervical Cancer. My cancer would not have went as far as it had if I would had taken care of it the first time. If you even think you might have CANCER you need to see your doctor and find out for sure. If it is Cancer it is better to get it early the longer you wait the worse it can get. On the other hand if its nothing you will soooooooooo much better. Family support helps out so very much. Family support helped me alot.. God willing everything goes well for you. ;)

victoria_v05
Posts: 3
Joined: Mar 2011

I had went to the doctors and had got an abnormal pap. I didn't tell anyone and just let time pass. I was scared to go back to the doctors because I had a feeling it was cancer. A year pass I finally made myself go to the doctor and get another pap. Once again it was abnormal..... but this time I continued on to my next visit. I found out I had Cervical Cancer. My cancer would not have went as far as it had if I would had taken care of it the first time. If you even think you might have CANCER you need to see your doctor and find out for sure. If it is Cancer it is better to get it early the longer you wait the worse it can get. On the other hand if its nothing you will soooooooooo much better. Family support helps out so very much. Family support helped me alot.. God willing everything goes well for you. ;)

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