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Gynecological Cancers (other than ovarian and uterine)
Archives for September 2016
New Member Vin 2 or 3
I just found I have either Vin 2 or 3. My OB/GYN is sending a fax Ottawa so I can see another Dr to find out exactly what to do next. My Dr I just met him for the first time 6 weeks ago my last OB/GYN left town about 2 years ago and never bothered to look for one. I have Lichen Sclerosis and just keep using ointment for…
Last Friday was 5 years since I was dx with vaginal cancer (stage 4a). Looking back, I couldn't see myself out this far. I guess passing the 5 year mark I am considered 'cancer free'. i was so blessed to have great Drs & surgeons. God is great!! Dana
I just found out that my ovarian cancer actually originated in the fallopian tube cancer, and is a BRAC cancer. I'm floored. Does this change anything regarding my treatment? I have read only like 300-400 people are diagnosed a year with fallopian tube cancer. Anyone else?
Question re vaginal surgery
Hi. While I'm not a member of this board, I have a question that might best be answered here. I have metastic mucinous adenocarcinoma of appendiceal origin. Surgery and initial treatment was in 2007, 2008, and included a TAH/BSO. But now the bugger is back on my vaginal cuff. Surgery in 3 weeks that will remove the vaginal…
Cervical Cancer Stage 2b2 Radical Hysterectomy
Hello all!! In October of 2014 I started to notice changes in my body. I went in for a PAP and it came back abnormal, she referred me to my original OBGYN and he did more testing which came back as severe squamous, he did a cone biopsy to retrieve it and upon testing should it was deeper than thought. In December 2014 he…