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imageCarol - Oncology Appointment  Wellll.....   Thursday, May 7th, at 1300, I have an Oncology appt. LOVE IT!  not really.  HOWEVER.... I want a couple of things:   1-To review and discuss my Chest CT from March. Again, fluid, albeit "mild,"around my heart. The MENTION of "pulmonary Hypertension" as a possible cause. (could it be my high cholesterol? Which I am, finally, thinking of trying Rx for??)  Thus --and I have wanted one, sort of, for the past few years 'cause this showed up on a …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageMerrill - Feeling Sore? I am too!  Hello dear friends-of-the-bottom, Have any of you tried or bought the TOTO WASHLET? It sounds like our dreams come true….when we’re in our own bathrooms. They have a travel version, but a friend of mine with similar problems uses a plastic catsup dispenser filled with water to great effect. Cheap too. Would love your feedback. ALSO, I have a hemorrhoid. It’s small by my surgeon’s estimation, gargantuan by mine. Plus my bum gets very, very sore during bouts of diarrhea. Thus, I'm looking …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageDoug - 1 month after...  Hello everybody, SO, it has been 1 month plus 5 days since surgery... So far everything is going well. I have been taking my daily regimen of thyroid pills, 1 vitamin D, and 5 Calcium pills. What an pain in the neck.. :) .. So, on 4-29-15, I met with my Surgeon, did I mention he was so awesome thruout this whole ordeal? OK, so when I met with him, this is what transpired. He stated he removed the whole …More…
Type: Thyroid Cancer

imageBuckleshamgirl90 - New to this  Hi So this is my first blog post and you'll have to bare with me. I've just watched a drama called 'The C Word' - if anyone else is British, you may have seen it on BBC1 - anyway it was a one-off drama about an inspiration young woman who started a blog when she was diagnosed with cancer and it became so successful and popular it was turned into a book and is now a best seller! Sadly her cancer returned …More…
Type: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

imageDONNA - Number 4 Done  well number 4 chemo is done and dusted ,as per usual the constipation kicked in ,Oh how I love the joys of talkng bout my bowel movements lol NOT ! But Im doing ok and and thats what matters .My mum is my star my rock and my world ,she never lets me get down and I know this is hard for her but I truly could not have got through this without her support. I hope hope you guys …More…
Type: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

imageSarah - This one's for you Anne!   …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageSarah - This one's for you a  
Type: Anal Cancer

imageEreticka - hello :)  Well I just found this blog and hoping it will help me and maybe I can help someone. I'm 31 and I was diagnosed with cervical cancer stage 2 when I was 30. After 5 weeks of cisplastin and 35 or 40 external radiation finished on January 14th I found out a few days ago I still have residual cancer and need a hysterectomy. I always suspected but it still hurts to hear it....
Type: Cervical Cancer

imageSarah - More mud More mud
Type: Lung Cancer

imageSarah - Mud Mud
Type: Lung Cancer

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