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Poll for Radiation Sisters: Oncology Appointment Schedule Poll for Radiation Sisters: Oncology Appointment Schedule

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Unread 05-26-2002, 09:58 PM
Poll for Radiation Sisters: Oncology Appointment Schedule

For those who had radiation, how often did you see your radiation oncologist and for how long (one year, two, three)?

My radiation was completed in February. On that last day I had a pelvic exam. I saw the oncologist in March for a one month checkup (pelvic exam included). I saw him again this month after MRI and no pelvic. I will see him next month (?pelvic exam).

I thought I just needed to followup with my gyn. every three month for the next two to three years.

Just curious.
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Unread 05-26-2002, 10:07 PM
Poll for Radiation Sisters: Oncology Appointment Schedule

Hi dragonlady ... I saw my radiologist 6 weeks after treatments finished.

I am now on 4 mthly visits with my gyn/oncologist . I think time between checkups , lenghten as time goes on.

I dont have to see my radiologist again , unless I want to .

Hope that helps..... love and hugs always x x
Unread 05-28-2002, 05:39 PM

I saw my oncologist two weeks after radiation was completed. Then he made my next appointment for 3 months. I will see him every 3 months for a few years. Then I see the radiological oncologist 3 months after the end of treatment. I hope to not have to see him after that. If I have to--then I'll ask my oncologist to refer me to someone else as the rad/onc is not much help and I don't like him. I think I have to have a chest xray every 6 months so the first should be in July. Really though I think it's nice you have so many appointments. It's weird to think I had so many appointments during treatment and now none. It makes you hope nothing is going on unobserved. Rationally I know 3 months is a short time and they're doing a good job keeping an "eye on things"

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