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I need prayer warriors....

I just couldn't take waiting one more day with blood in stool and discomfort all day ..in ER and just praying.....

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  • ReeRee2
    ReeRee2 Member Posts: 39
    edited November 2017 #2
    Think relaxing thoughts.

    i know you are very scared but i will pray for peace and comfor.

  • Mwikoff46
    Mwikoff46 Member Posts: 40
    ReeRee2 said:

    Think relaxing thoughts.

    i know you are very scared but i will pray for peace and comfor.

    Thank you ReeRee , its like

    Thank you ReeRee , its like you sit and think of how they are going to tell you your life as you know it is done over ...I just had CT and I feel like everyone knows something and waiting for them to walk in ....anxiety and depression has taken over and at times when I stop thinking about it I feel like I just set myself up for the worse. I'm rambling because I'm scared...

  • Mikenh
    Mikenh Member Posts: 777
    Mwikoff46 said:

    Thank you ReeRee , its like

    Thank you ReeRee , its like you sit and think of how they are going to tell you your life as you know it is done over ...I just had CT and I feel like everyone knows something and waiting for them to walk in ....anxiety and depression has taken over and at times when I stop thinking about it I feel like I just set myself up for the worse. I'm rambling because I'm scared...

    When I went in, I had the CT

    When I went in, I had the CT and the ER doc came in and told me that they found a mass. I asked what it meant and she said that it's likely cancer. She then asked me if I ate a lot of red meat. Not very good bedside manner there. Yes, I was very worried. No, I didn't know what the future held but there are tons of people here that have gotten through this. And I scratched around as hard as I could to get an idea as to how they did that and what I should expect along the way.

  • Slow-runner
    Slow-runner Member Posts: 55
    Mikenh - not the end of the world

    Recently been where you are.  Waiting is terrible, and unfortunately we (my husband) received terrible news.  But, we have adjusted and have had time to wrap our heads around it - Stage IV, mets to liver, lung.  He is in treatment, already has had 4 rounds of chemo.  We don't expect a cure but do expect to grow old together, just a new normal to adjust to.  If there was ever a time to be a CA patient, it's now.  Discoveries are literally being made everyday.  I wish you wellness and will keep you in my prayers.  Please post your progress.