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On Aug 24, 2012 4:22 PMShannonc13wrote:
I started having all my gut problems about a month ago. My radiation was completed Feb. 2011. Have you found any help? I can't imagine living this way. I already have lymphodema, neuropathy, and plexopathy all from surgery, radiation, and chemo. I have been losing my ability to walk and live in constant pain and now this. In two a week period I was in the hospital three ti...
We have got to be friends you are an insparation to me. My name is really Mary Lou I go by Stanzie on Cancer Compass.
I asked I cannote get the bag. I will not give up hope. I will still search for a solution. Merry christmas and a happy New Year.
On Jan 17, 2013 3:03 PMmerrythoughtswrote:
I know just how you feel like you I am dreading old age will be able to get out of my chair quick enough, will I be able to climb the stairs to the loo, and above all will I end up in a care home because of this, and why should I pay for this with my hard earned cash that I worked for all my life when this is a NHS problem. When I was in hospital at least 3 medi...
On Feb 18, 2013 6:59 PMMarshajpwrote:
I am becoming MORE debilitated by this after 7 years. Yay to no cancer but it seems the effects of having an inflamed intestinal system for that time is wearing on the system. I am in such pain for the morning bouts that I can't go anywhere and now when I do venture out I have HAD TO find facilities. I have barely made it up the stairs on a number of occasions after already ...
I am hanging in there still searching for answers for some quality of life!
I am a recovering alcoholic as well. I have radiations enteritis. I also have a fracure in my pelvic from radiation. I do take percocet. They help me get what work I need done, done. I am probably addicted but my quality of life seems to be better with them. I am recovering from this for 10 years now. It`s alway`s interesting to read from you guy`s who share in my way of life. Today is a good day. I have been bed rid...
Keep up the wonderful attitude. I know when you have obstructions it is hard, but this helps when people share they are in the same boat. I have been operated on twice. It did help the obstuctions. Then I got real sick again and they said no to another unless(like you said) life or death. I got better praise God. We just have to take one day at a time or somtimes 5 minute at a time. God Bless you all, Merry Christmas...
You can call me at 715-354-3494. I am 58. But I have the opposite problem I can never have a bowel movement. We can talk over the similaities and differences and maybe come up with something. I went to Mayo for ahesion removal in Rocheshter. I may hyave a few suggestions. My direct email firstname.lastname@example.org
where is the support group?
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