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Littlejfroglegs
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Post upper vulvar excision surgery questions

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therose64
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ENDOMETRIAL BIOPSY

I HAD AN ULTRASOUND MY ENDOMETRIUM SHOULD HAVE MEASURED 4MM AND MEASURED 5MM- SO NOW THEY WANT ME TO GET A BIOPSY. I AM SCARED TO DEATH- I MEAN I HAVE LOST 5 POUNDS FROM WORRY. I HAVE HAD CHILDREN BUT C-SECTION- LABORED 18 HOURS AND MY CERVIX WOULDN'T DO A THING!!!!!!!

Jrsndz
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Joined: Apr 2017

Primary Peritoneal Cancer

Hello, 

wildpoppydancing
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Joined: Apr 2017

Vulvar melanoma symptoms? Petrified :-(

Hello everyone

Recently went to docs ad I had a show of blood (about a thumbnail or so) from my vulva area after wiping. 

Efte
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Joined: Mar 2017

Radiation instead of surgery? Hoping for input by Sunday 3-19-17

It started with high platelets in 2014 and about the same time I started having minor abnormal discharge and a little spotting between periods. I went to an oncologist who ruled me out for one of the genetic variants for essential thrombocythemia and decided it was an iron deficiency. I told him about the discharge and spotting, but he said it was normal. The discharge and bleeding have progressively gotten worse over time. My doctor's P.A. kept testing me for STDs and finally ordered a transvaginal ultrasound in August. I bled all over that table, but they said it came back normal.

Westnp1
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Joined: Mar 2017

Vulvar Cancer

I was diagnosed with stage 3 vulvar cancer a few years ago. Wanted to start a discussion with anyone about this, as we are a rare group and Id like to know your story.

Jmp1976
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Joined: Feb 2017

Cervical Cancer survivor, dealing with side effects from surgery and radiation

I was diagnosed with cervical cancer on Aug 16, on Aug 26 I a radical hysterectomy.  Since that day I have add problems with my bladder and have not had the urge to pee and have very little control of my bladder.  My surgeon said that it would take several months to heal. After my PET scan on Jan 24th, cancer free!, my oncologist said the area of my bladder looks like a "war zone" ( his word).  I do have numbness in the area of the fold of my leg, has not improved since surgery.  I'm going to a urologist this week to see if anything can be done.

kellybeans1980
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Joined: Feb 2017

side effects?

What casues more of the side effects? Radiation(last radiation for my SIL was in December) or Chemo(last chemo was in January)??

 

She has cervical cancer with mets to the bladder, possibly kidneys, liver and lymph nodes. She had to have stints put in to urinate as her bladder is blocked with cancer. Can't tell if it's scar tissue or cancer in the bile ducts as well. She is in constant pain, her brain is foggy, she is always sleepy and has stabbing pains in her back and abdomin. She also is very constipated. That's causing pain as well.

 

Sandrine04
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Joined: Nov 2016

Utérin cancer stage4. Metastasis peritoneum

Hello everybody 

My name is sandrine i am french. 

I have endometrial cancer stage4 with metastasis in peritoneum. 

Surgery is not possible because the tumor was very large.

I have chemo. In first cisplatine, adriamycine and endoxan and now carboplatine and taxotere. 

The doctor said that now the goal is to stabilize the cancer but I am afraid.

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