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My Cancer Success Story

My fainting episodes started 2 years ago, which I first assumed to be a sign of weakness. I had been busy with work. I was only 29 years old at the time, the idea of getting sick hadn’t even crossed my mind. Why would it, I lived an ideal lifestyle, I ate healthy food, exercised regularly for 2 hours, didn’t smoke or drink, and neither there was a history of a cancer or any other major disease in my family. 

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cancer treatment status

I had surgery on dec,27, 2018 to remove a 6mm lieomyo scarcoma from my presacral area.  Getting a pet scan on,onthe 22nd of Feb. prior to radiotion of 6 weeks, feeling lucky.

 

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Big Day

Tomorrow is the big day, I hear the doctor's opionion on the next phase of treatment. I just need the appintment to come so I can decide on treatment and move on. If it's the option I want, I'd have to stay in New York for at least a month. I can't wait to get back home and see my boyfriend. Whatever happens, I need to go down there before treatment starts and spend at least a little bit of time. He sent me a bunch of stuff for Valentine's day, it was very unexpected and very sweet of him to do that. I feel bad for only sending him a card and lottery tickets.

Chronic radiation interitis - rectal prolapse

I am a 33 year survivor of metastatic uterine cancer.  In 1985-86 I received pelvic and peri aortic radiation treatments and have dealt with chronic radiation enteritis ever since.  I experience periodic, partial small bowel obstruction, fecal incontinence, rectal prolapse and a variety of other conditions.  I would like to connect with other folks who share my issues.  I am particularly interested in sharing practical ideas for dealing with rectal prolapse.

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Walk This Way

It was finally nice enough to go outside, so outside I went. I went to the park and took a walk. When I was there I noticed a giant flock of birds coming my way, pass me, then swoop around and it looked like they were coming right at me! They landed on the large expanse of grass in front of me. It was a pretty cool site, I'm glad I was there to witness it. Then they walked into the pool of water made by the recent snowfall, it looked like they were having a party. I was lucky enough to be at the right place at the right time!

 

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Valentine's Day.

My boyfriend is in North Carolina and I'm in New York. This isn't a happy Valentine's day for me. I really didn't think I would be here this long. I just want to go home, I miss him so much. I miss being in our apartment. This isn't how things were supposed to go. Cancer f*cks up everything. No social media today for me.

adamycin/cytoxin, breast cancer,stage 1, 2007

<p>Last November I saw a cardiologist after having stress test and echo and discomfort in the chest and was told my ejection fraction was 15. I was told these drugs(given to me 4 times in 2wk intervals) weakened my heart, am now taking blood thinner and pill to try to get more efficiency out of heart, still weak i.e. climbing stairs and other physical labors. I am a 70 yr old female.</p>
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<p>I was told by a nurse there is a class action on this application of drugs and would like to know more about it. Thankyou. Jan</p>

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Project: Staircase

My legs and hips feel worse today. It's extra tough to walk and go up and down the stairs, it takes me a good minute and a half to go up 13 steps. My parents say it's because of the weather. I hope that's the case. I'm allowed 1 alcoholic drink a day and I sincerely wish we had alcohol in the house. Just one of those days. On a positive note: Project Runway All-Stars is on tonight! This is a really good season.

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SO LUCJ

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Decisions

After several Mammograms and Ultrasounds showing calcifications in my left breast a Biopsy was recommended and i was diagnosed with Benign Flat Epithelial Atypia, High Risk and referred to a surgeon. I met with the surgeon and she wants to do an MRI in a couple of months once the Hematoma from the Biopsy has healed. She also wants the Atypia removed.

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