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rfarquhar
rfarquhar Member Posts: 4
edited March 2014 in Breast Cancer #1
I would like to know if anyone as young as I am has Inflammatory breast cancer also. I am 32, but was diagnosed when I was 31.
Becky

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  • dicr
    dicr Member Posts: 1
    Sorry to learn you were diagnosed with this type so young. I was 73 when I was diagnosed but have met two other ladies that are younger. Hope all is going well.
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  • amazone4
    amazone4 Member Posts: 1
    becky,
    there is a wonderful site for info and support and there are young women with ibc
    www.ibcresearch.org
  • kati2
    kati2 Member Posts: 1
    I am 52 and have had in.bc for 3 1/2 years..im still in treatment.. what kind of meds do you take.. and how are you doing.. keep your head up.. we will get through this ..it is hard sometimes but they are always comming up with new meds..
    kati2 :)
  • robinc
    robinc Member Posts: 4
    Hi Becky,

    I cant believe I found someone with Imflammatory Breast Cancer. I am 45 and was diagnoised at 44. I am worried for my daughter getting breast cancer young. My oncologist wants her to start a preventative breat cancer treatment at the age of 28 or once shes done mothering. How are you feeling? Are you married? Do you have any children?
  • robinc
    robinc Member Posts: 4
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    Im reading your story and Im confused. I was told I had Imflammatory Breast Cancer, but my breast never had a rash. My tumor grew from a pea size tumor to 13mm in days. It was like fire taking off. Did this happen to you as well as the rash?
  • robinc
    robinc Member Posts: 4
    kati2 said:

    I am 52 and have had in.bc for 3 1/2 years..im still in treatment.. what kind of meds do you take.. and how are you doing.. keep your head up.. we will get through this ..it is hard sometimes but they are always comming up with new meds..
    kati2 :)

    Hi Kati,

    I too am a Inflammatory Breast Cancer survivor. Since my treatments I know have diabetes, thyroid disease, liver problems, cyst of my ovarie, and the newest problem displas on the cuff of my vagina. I go for laser surgery April 4th. I go see a liver specialist Monday. I read that chemo and radiation may push other diseases out. I'd say the book was right. How are you doing now?
  • robinc
    robinc Member Posts: 4
    kati2 said:

    I am 52 and have had in.bc for 3 1/2 years..im still in treatment.. what kind of meds do you take.. and how are you doing.. keep your head up.. we will get through this ..it is hard sometimes but they are always comming up with new meds..
    kati2 :)

    Hi Kati,

    I too am a Inflammatory Breast Cancer survivor. Since my treatments I know have diabetes, thyroid disease, liver problems, cyst of my ovarie, and the newest problem displas on the cuff of my vagina. I go for laser surgery April 4th. I go see a liver specialist Monday. I read that chemo and radiation may push other diseases out. I'd say the book was right. How are you doing now?
  • drrhorho
    drrhorho Member Posts: 43
    I was diagnosed at 40 - my fist mamogram. I know another lady who was diagnosed in her 30's. Feel free to ask me I will try to get you intouch with her.
  • dell
    dell Member Posts: 3
    robinc said:

    Hi Becky,

    I cant believe I found someone with Imflammatory Breast Cancer. I am 45 and was diagnoised at 44. I am worried for my daughter getting breast cancer young. My oncologist wants her to start a preventative breat cancer treatment at the age of 28 or once shes done mothering. How are you feeling? Are you married? Do you have any children?

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