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Offline sophiekh

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« Reply #10 on: 14/03/16, 13:25 »
Hi miamiamo

thanks for your message, I am having another hysterscopy next week as I have had quite bad bleeding since the last hysterscopy. I will hopefully have a better idea once I get the results from this test.

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    Offline miamiamo

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    « Reply #11 on: 1/04/16, 18:17 »
    Hi sophiekh,
    I am really sorry that you are going through. Stay positive. Easy to say, but not so easy to do. Have you had your test results? xx

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    « Reply #12 on: 1/04/16, 19:50 »
    Hi
    No results yet as it was last Wednesday and withthe easter holidays I think it's going to be a bit longer.  Thankfully the bleeding has become  lighther

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    « Reply #13 on: 19/04/16, 18:23 »
    Hi Sophie - sorry just read your message today!  You should have PM me.  I rarely go onto the site.  Please PM me and I'll try and answer any questions you have. 

    Same goes to anyone else that has any questions regarding my treatment etc.

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    « Reply #14 on: 24/04/16, 09:17 »
    I was also diagnosed with endometrial cancer (age 30) in October and had a hysterectomy in December 2015.

    I'm currently going through fertility preservation and had 2 cycles of IVF (which haven't been hugely successful; we've frozen 6x 2PNs in total). I'll do a couple more cycles before I have a BSO later this year.

    PM me if you want to get in touch.

    Offline Bagpuss1972

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    « Reply #15 on: 3/05/18, 20:48 »
    Hello ladies - when I first posted I was 39.  I'm now almost 46 (2 lives babies).  I want you to know I had another, almost healthy baby girl (she's one kidney less).  I love her to bits.  My gynae onc care was transferred to another hospital.  If you really want a baby, you do have a chance.   You're going to have a hysterectomy anyway but if you can delay it - as I have been so fortunate enough to do, then please consider.  I was under the care of UCLH - fantastic doctor - Tim Mould - the only reason I switched to Imperial Healthcare - as my baby was due at St Mary's.  Mr Yasbek is the most amazing, kindest doctor I have ever come across!

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    « Reply #16 on: 4/05/18, 10:46 »
    Hi Bagpuss

    Congrats on the birth of your daughter, its great to hear some good news.

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    « Reply #17 on: 4/05/18, 13:47 »
    Brilliant update, many congratulations to you, and thanks for updating us all xxx

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    « Reply #18 on: 4/05/18, 23:21 »
    Bagpuss congratulations & such a positive outcome on a scary situation. It just goes to show what can be achieved when you push hard enough  ^hugme^

    xx

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    « Reply #19 on: 7/06/18, 20:40 »
    What an inspiring journey. Thanks for sharing, it really does give cancer survivors a little hope a different perspective to what is probably the norm

    Jx