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I was diagnosed in 2020 with womb Cancer had a full hysterectomy radiotherapy bracnatherapy and chemotherapy aimed for cure I've been doing really well then a few weeks ago had some tummy pains had an MRI scan and it showed a white polyp or something top of bladder so then had a CT scan with dye as they thought could be Crohn's or diverticulitis unfortunately they and I were shocked my cancer is in my omatum also mets in my liver and possibly lung I'm going to see my oncologist on Tuesday 15th November but I'm so scared wounded if any one else has experienced similar or going thro the same I no there is far worst people going thro worse hope someone can help much love to all who is going thro this awful desies xx
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For those of you who have been diagnosed with womb cancer, can you share a bit about your experience? What medical procedures did you take and what were your steps towards recovery? Can you share your advice for @Oscarbruno?
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I have just seen your comment. I had a complete abdominal hysterectomy last August and despite being told beforehand that I didn't have cancer they found a 14cm sarcoma tumour in my womb lining which they told me they had got all out. My symptoms had started at the beginning of the year and it was dismissed as a flair up of diviculitus. My daughter kicked off and wouldn't be fobbed off, thank goodness.
Fast forward to July 19th and my oncologist told me that my latest CT scan had shown 4 secondary sarcoma tumours in my lungs which will eventually kill me. Have been put on hormonal treatment and oral morphine and touch wood am coping ok.
Good luck going forward, hope they can get on top of things for you. Keep fighting, stay strong and tell the cancer to do one
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@JazzyC I'm going to be having more chemo then every three months scans so least they be keeping an eye on me and I'm feeling positive xx
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I am so sorry to hear this but try and stay strong I myself have been fighting breast cancer I had a full mastectomy and radiotherapy like you my fear is of it coming back but we have to try and stay strong and not let this horrible disease beat us we have to kick cancer there are so many different cancers ,my daughter has had skin cancer twice she also had a lump removed on her neck and has a hysterectomy I just pray it never comes back but she never lets anything beat her my thoughts and prayers are with you take care love and big. Hugs Tigger xxx
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