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Unread 03-25-2004, 06:29 AM
grade 1?

Bep,

Until you have surgery, you cancer cannot be staged. Was the pathology report indicating a grade 1? If so, you have a bit of time to think it through. I was similarly dx. last Feb. and had surgery almost a year ago. It was not presented as a choice and I was not happy about this discovery but, I have to say, I'm glad it wasn't a choice. It was easy. They scheduled it and I went. I think you need to think carefully about this. I've heard of procedures that have spared the uteurus because they wanted to try for more children. If that is your reason, you can do some research on that. The problem is, until surgery happens, you won't really know the extent of the cancer (stage) and it does happen that it is more advanced than originally thought. Do you want to take the chance that treatment may end up being much more complicated and the odds not so great? If it is early, surgery could be the cure, you'd be done with it and able to get on with life.. odds more like 95%! give it some serious thought and at least get to a gyn/onc.
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