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Pathology Results are in: Cancer, but don't need treatment... Pathology Results are in: Cancer, but don't need treatment...

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Unread 03-04-2008, 11:49 AM
Pathology Results are in: Cancer, but don't need treatment...

My doctor called yesterday with the pathology results. My uterus had cancer in it. It is confined to the uterus and something about only 20%, so they don't usually recommend any other treatment than what I have already had. It was not an agressive cancer, so I should be fine without any other treatment, according to my doctor.

I am so glad to have the cancer out now.
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Unread 03-04-2008, 11:51 AM
Pathology Results are in: Cancer, but don't need treatment...

glad that its taken care of!!
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Unread 03-04-2008, 12:05 PM
Pathology Results are in: Cancer, but don't need treatment...

Yea for you. I am sure you are so relieved.
Happy Healing!

Starbgirl
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Unread 03-04-2008, 01:06 PM
Pathology Results are in: Cancer, but don't need treatment...

lady:
I know it is kind of early to be thinking about this but I would get a copy of the pathology report for your own records...Just in case you need to refer to it later... As the other Sisters have said..."CONGRATULATIONS."
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Unread 03-04-2008, 03:01 PM
Pathology Results are in: Cancer, but don't need treatment...

Hi LBEyes: you must be so relieved that the surgery is behind you and the cancer fears are OVER OVER OVER ! congratulations on the good news.
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Unread 03-04-2008, 07:10 PM
Pathology Results are in: Cancer, but don't need treatment...

LadyBlue-eyes

I was in nearly the same situation as you. I had a D&C done in October when I had my endo ablation done, and my regular gyn said that the path on the tissues were near cancerous. She said on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being cancerous, that the cells were at a 4. She sent me to an oncologist gyn. He said that everything needed to come out. So I think mine was classified as endometrial, then when it goes into the uterine wall, uterine. He took my lymph nodes out (I didn't know there were any in that part of your body).

Yes it is very slow growing. I saw the oncologist on Nov 7th and he said I could wait until after the holidays for my hyst. He will see me again in 3 months as he wants to monitor my situation.

Be thankful that everything is out and be sure to ask if there is any followup checkpoints that you ought to be aware of. Praise the Lord for His foresight in your situation!

hiberbear
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Unread 03-04-2008, 08:26 PM
Pathology Results are in: Cancer, but don't need treatment...

I am especially grateful because I only had one abnormal pap. The last one came back normal (while I had cancer in the uterus). If if weren't for that one abnormal pap, it is possible that none of this would have been discovered.

I give all glory and thanks to God!
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Unread 03-05-2008, 03:21 AM
Pathology Results are in: Cancer, but don't need treatment...

YES I also had an abnormal pap for the first time. After a D&C the pathology report revealed complex atypical hyperplasia. tho oncologist said that it was pre cancerous with a 40 percent that it could turn into cancer. so it was recommende that I have a hysterectomyanother pathology was done while I was still on the operating tabl to see if there was any abnormal cells or cancer cells in the lymph nodes THANK GOD there were none. so the uterus was removed as a precaution/prevention but of course, there was no need for any further treatment.Happy that its over.. GOOD HEALTH TO ALL
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