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stage 1b1 cervical cancer 2009.
radical hysterectomy april 2009
clear 2010 and 2011
july 2012 diagnosed metastic cervical cancer of bones and lymphnodes
Currently recieving palliative chemotherapy
Good luck today Heidi, yes let us know how you get on.
really hope all went well with your scan results today (((( hugs )))
Fingers crossed for you Heidi xxxxx xxxxx surprised I can type!
How did your results go.
You are bound to feel a bit low in the circumstances - blimey, if I were you I'd be feeling pretty stressed just through having the builders in & your daughter poorly, never mind all the cancer sh*t to deal with. I hope the lymph node settles down. It sounds good to me that your oncologist feels more treatment is not warranted at this point, but is going to keep a close eye on you.
Not sure which chemo regime you've been on, but some can cause flu-like bodily aches & pains. See if you can get some pain relief if you can. Get as much rest as you can, though I appreciate this could be difficult with four children!
It is only natural to worry about the day they say there's no more they can do. I am fortunate because I now have the hope of surgery, which I was originally told was unlikely. So most of the time (except when chemo is making me feel a bit crap) I am very positive now. But I still know that if the chemo stops working & the tumours start to grow or new ones appear, that could all change, and it's hard sometimes to put that to the back of my mind. I try to just take things one day at a time & be grateful for the new hope I've been given.
Sending lots of love & positive vibes your way,
Hi MiniG, hope you don't mind me asking and I won't mind if you don't want to go into detail but what surgery are you going to have and did you clinical oncologist suggest the surgery? Reason is I am having a bit of a battle with my clinical oncologist at the moment re surgery on a growth in my pelvis, she says it would be too invasive, too massive etc. I wouldn't like to think she is writing me off and what she really means is too expensive :(
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