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Time to pull out my running shoes and run the race again

yeahright
Posts: 54
Joined: May 2010

I was DX with Vulvar cancer in 2010. I had a vulvectomey (right side) lymph nodes removed and laser treatment. Now that I am one year from hitting my 5 year mark read below.

 

So I was doing my yearly CT scan plus I have having some other issue my doc wanted to check out. I was peeing blood and not from the vaginal area. It was so much it look like I was on my period. Then my side started hurting so my doc did a CT then Ultra sound then a MRI and they all showed a tumor on my right kidney growing in the inside. So now I have to get it removed. Booo. Cancer sucks and needs to be a illness of the past. So now I am a visitor of this board and the kidney board. I do not want to be a quest of anymore boards. I guess I have to be introducted into the group again because i did not do it right the first time LOL!!!!!! Time to strap up my running shoes and get back in the race let get it

ccfighter
Posts: 396
Joined: Jan 2012

I'm sorry that you have found yourself in the fight once again.  But...you did it before and you will do it again.  Kick that cancers butt! You had a long period of NED and hopefully this last surgery will end your cancer for good.  

 

Good luck with the surgery.  Hugs and best wishes.

yeahright
Posts: 54
Joined: May 2010

THank you CC,

 

I will keep yall posted.

FightingSpirit
Posts: 34
Joined: Feb 2013

Stay positive and get 'er done!!!

yeahright
Posts: 54
Joined: May 2010

So I had my right kidney removed on tuesday and I am at home resting and doing well. I must say it wasnt as painful as i thought it would be but still painful. I am up walking around and eating real food. I go back to the dr on the 3rd to get the path report. I will post and keep yall updated. Be blessed

ccfighter
Posts: 396
Joined: Jan 2012

I'm so glad that you made it through and are recovering well.  I hope your path report shows that all was removed and contained and that this can Truely be an issue of the past.  Hugs.

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