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CAPeggy's Recent CancerCompass Activity

  • CAPeggy has replied to a post on the message board

    Hi, I saw your post and am very happy to hear your doing well.  I am a colon cancer survivor too.  I do wish you would re-post your message with the heading "diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer 3 years ago with mets to both lobes", so those with stage 4 cancer can see your post is relevent to them. Your message needs to be heard.  THX     ????

    November 08, 2016 view post
    • CAPeggy has replied to a post on the message board

      Forgot to mention, this week I was diagnoised with Basal Cell Carcinoma, which triggered all my feelings.  I know it's commen but it is still has the word CANCER.. Peggy

      November 02, 2016 view post
      • CAPeggy has created a new message board discussion

        Hi, Not sure if this is the right place, but I need to vent. I have been a reader of this site since 2009 and after receiving a very negative response, quit responding. But thought I'd try again.  I was diagnoised with coloretal cancer. Stage 3. Had chemo and radiation, then surgery ended up with a fistula (passing stoole through my vagina) had to have additional surgery to correct that which now requires a non...

        November 02, 2016 view discussion
        • CAPeggy has replied to a post on the message board

          I'd love to hear if it helps and she continues her treatment.. Have a Great Day!

          October 21, 2016 view post
          • CAPeggy has replied to a post on the message board

            Hi,  You don't sound negative, you are just being honest. I am a stage 3 survivor and the doctors gave me dilaudid.  Helped numb the pain for me. I had/have bladder issues diarrhea, vagina, problems walking as I believe the radiation damaged my hips so they heat up real bad when I walk. I also had a fistula where I passed stool through my vagina.  Tough getting used to the new me... Diagnosed  2...

            October 21, 2016 view post
            • CAPeggy has replied to a post on the message board

              Hi  I understand her frustration.  I am a stage 3 survivor and the doctors gave me dilaudid.  Helped numb the pain for me. I too had/have bladder issues, vagina, and problems walking as I believe the radiation damaged my hips so they heat up real bad when I walk. I also had a fistula where I passed stool through my vagina. Hang in there, she'll/you'll get there..  Good Luck!!     

              October 21, 2016 view post
              • CAPeggy has replied to a post on the message board

                I was dianosed with colorectal cancer, went through chemo and radiation, surgery and more chemo. I am cancer free at the moment. I just wanted to write and send a prayer and to say to try to keep a good attitude, eat, keep your strength up, get rest. Just know your not alone.   

                August 19, 2016 view post
                • CAPeggy has replied to a post on the message board

                  Thank you. I am doing well. I'm learning too. The next colonoscopy is in three years.  I send my best to you and to your husband. Peggy

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                  • CAPeggy has replied to a post on the message board

                    I'm very sorry if I mis-led, I  just wanted to give good news and hope to my fellow cancer friends. When I was first told I had cancer it was thought I might have a spot on my liver. Later it was determined I did not. My oncologist said it looked like stage 4 or possibly stage 3. Because of my ignorance and the need for radiation my mind stayed on stage 4. I feel stupid.  Thanks for sending a...

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                    • CAPeggy has replied to a post on the message board

                      Thank you! 

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