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Unread 04-13-2002, 12:02 PM
You're Right--a Lot to Learn

Never thought a year ago I'd know so much more than I want to about ovarian cancer and I'm still learning. The more I know, the more I know to ask the doctor, to understand what he's saying, and what I would/wouldn't do for recurrence. Emotions too have me heaving all over the place--I'm thinking the social worker I'm seeing isn't going to be enough so when I go back in early June to the Dr. will see about...Paxil? I had disastrous results of BuSpar and the lorazepam is no longer working, so... Glad you found this group (wish you didn't have to be here) and here is my one big final and most important piece of advice--if you do not like your oncologist, if you butt heads, if you can't speak with him, question and answer--change!!!!!
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Unread 04-13-2002, 03:53 PM
a lot to learn

jeannemarie, when I was first told that I had cancer , I immediately said (to every one who would listen ) how am I going to cope? But from somewhere I found this inner strength that got me through, with prayer and the girls here , I survived the most horrific time of my life ( and believe me ,I have had lots of trials )

I tried to stay as positive as I could, but on the days that I couldnt , I would come here and cry . Immediately , I would be surrounded in a cocoon of love . It helped so much.
So never , ever be scared or sad alone. We are all here.

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