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How are you doing mom03? any updates?

I must apologize, one of the links does not work ... I don't know how to edit the original comment

the link is http://bit.ly/cervicalcancerbook

HI! I'm sorry you are having problems and I just saw your post. I would strongly suggest you contact your OBGYN and perhaps get a pap. Just a thought..I am a stage IIB survior of 20 yrs.  I had so many symptoms..it could be anything, but always be safe and get it checked out

page has moved to website http://www.aboutcervicalcancer.com

thank you and email me if I can help you in any way!

I would pursue another opinion if it were me (because it was me at one time) I was told nothing was wrong, to I had CC, to I had endometriosis..ended up being Stage IIB CC.

continue pursing and do not stop until you get your answer is all I can suggest.  I am a stage IIB survivor of 20 years, but I did the fighting when no one else would take me seriously. 

sometimes, you have to be own advocate and you know your body best. If there is anything I can help you with, please message me or see my profile for more information. 

God bless!

I am a stage IIB CC survivor of 20 years. I am here to help anyone that needs it.  Please feel free to message me anytime and I will do what I can to help. 

Technology and medicine have come a long way since I had cervical cancer and detection is even more advanced. However; it's most important that you, as a woman, know your body and know when it is trying to tell you something.  I was told nothing was wrong with me and I had endometriosis.  I don't want any of you to go through that experience.  Feel free to browse the site I have that has information on cervical cancer signs and symptoms, survivor stories, pictures and more.  

The book I wrote goes in great detail of the whole story and you can get that here : http://bit.ly/131yENU

If you are needing to just read more on CC and HPV, please see  About Cervical Cancer http://bit.ly/ZUH0is

I am a stage IIB CC survivor of 20 years. I am here to help anyone that needs it.  Please feel free to message me anytime and I will do what I can to help. 

Technology and medicine have come a long way since I had cervical cancer and detection is even more advanced. However; it's most important that you, as a woman, know your body and know when it is trying to tell you something.  I was told nothing was wrong with me and I had endometriosis.  I don't want any of you to go through that experience.  Feel free to browse the site I have that has information on cervical cancer signs and symptoms, survivor stories, pictures and more.  

The book I wrote goes in great detail of the whole story and you can get that here : http://bit.ly/131yENU

If you are needing to just read more on CC and HPV, please see  About Cervical Cancer http://bit.ly/ZUH0is

oh hun! I am so sorry about your sister..what stage did they diagnose her with? 

I am a CC survivor of stage IIB adenocarcinoma..it's been 19 years for me and I had radiation and hysterectomy.

feel free to read my survival story and other CC survivors..maybe it will help you get through it a little longer. 

Feel free to message me if you need anything!

see aboutcervicalcancer.com

I can't speak for endometrial cancer, but I had CC adenocarcinoma stage IIB 19 years ago. I had radiation and a hysterectomy.  

Have they spoke of radiation or chemo also? 

any updated news ? I was just checking on you!

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About weez1967

Survivor
Cervical Cancer
Cancer Diagnosis, Cancer Prevention, Cancer Treatments, Clinical Trials and Research, Emotional Support, Insurance, Prevention Tips, Radiation, Side Effects, After Treatment, Diagnostic Imaging, Spiritual Support, Surgery

aboutcervicalcancer.com

Full story for kindle purchase

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DHKVRO8

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00DHKVRO8

I am wanting to share my story and strength to help others in their journey that life has thrown at them. Think of it as an obstacle in your life that you have to overcome.

I have been a cervical cancer survivor of late stage IIB adenocarcinoma of the cervix.

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