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imageTerbear - and the news is.....  Great! and I was wrong about annual, it just so happens she doesn't want me to have another one for another 3 years! so I am happy about that! thanks everyone! I would post pics, but who wants to see those? Terbear …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageDan - 5 weeks post treatment update  I'm doing pretty well all things considered.  But still several hurdles left to jump. A bit of a long post...but the positive being that mentally I'm feeling so much better that I can post it.  :) Top of my mind is this feeding tube.  I want it out and soon.  I've had troubles with it from the beginning.  The doctors don't seem to think it is an issue, but my body is telling me otherwise. I have granulation (red tissue that …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

imageLyssa - A MESS  Nope, still not okay with getting a hysterectomy. I had my pre-op appointment today with the oncologist, where they proceeded to tell me how much money the surgery will cost, and that's NOT including hospital fees [my dad thinks it sounds like too much]. Then they went on to tell me how I get to have absolutely everything removed [with a nifty diagram] with a da vinci robot [which I admit, I don't know much about, except it's some kind of …More…
Type: Endometrial-Uterine Cancer

imageTerbear - First Colonoscopy post cancer  so I am about to head off to the surgery center to get my first annual colonoscopy. I am a little nervous, but my husband is hopeful. I sent him off to work today, My mother, who took me to almost every single radiation appt will be taking me, I am 47 years old, and I know I am lucky to still have my mother to take me to all the important things. She told me it was her honor …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageFrank - Almost - Five Years Post-Treatment Anniversary  I appreciate upfront this communities understanding of my absence from this space. . .  given the long long long time since I have posted or participated in this community.  I have thought of everyone here often and hold you close to my heart and know I am loved and cared for, absent or not.   Again, as stated before in other posts (as I have trailed off from this site), that in all honesty I have not wanted think about cancer for the …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageLaura - BLOATED  Anyone else done LID and experienced bloating at first? I feel SOO BLOATED and I dont know why. I am eating mostly plant based foods and lots of water and tea. …More…
Type: Thyroid Cancer

imageDonna - Haven't been on in a long time  I haven't been here for a long time. I guess I just wanted to not think about all I had been through. If you're new you can read my previous posts. I am a stage 4 cancer survivor, and am very proud of it. I won't kid you it was not an easy road. Last October I had my 3 year post treatment appointment. I'm still anal cancer free and the Doctor said that the chance of recurrence is almost …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageBen - April Update    I felt bad leaving my blog on such a depressing note since my mood and outlook has been better for a good while now, apart from randy's departure, which happened on the same day as a friend of mine dying of lung cancer, that day stung hard. i'm sure a lot of us shed a few tears that day.   Just like with diagnosis, the genetics took a few days to accept the new prognosis, and then you get over it and move on …More…
Type: Brain Cancer

imageMichele - My Never-Ending WordleMy Never-Ending Wordle
Type: Anal Cancer

imageMichele - My Never-Ending Story  I've been feeling different this past few weeks. Ever since I returned from MDA and saw my local oncologist. First I want to say that the liberation until the end of July feels surreal. Almost as surreal as my first round of cancer treatment. Almost as surreal as the last 4 plus years of my life with stage 4 anal cancer. I mean I am sitting on my deck right now pounding out my emotions on this key board and …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

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