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Unread 02-16-2003, 06:42 PM
constant worrying over every little thing

hi Peaches.
I know how hard it is to worry, thinking the cancer may come back. I too had ovarian cancer, the early stage,and was lucky that the hysterectomy got all of it. However, whenever I get an ache or something I think the worst. Somehow you have to get a mindset that there is not much you can do about it. Make sure you keep all of your followup appointments with your doctor and keep praying that the cancer won't come back.
I wish you well, and remember we are all here to help and listen.
God bless.
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Unread 02-17-2003, 11:13 AM
thanks to all

I wanted to thank everyone for all your encouraging and supporting words of wisdom. I also wanted to let you all know I finally stopped coughing stuff up, so that has helped calm my fear of cancer causing my problems. My ears are still ringing, but I have an appointment next month with the ERN Dr. to figure that out. Not to mention, I don't have that much time to worry about myself, because my DB has been extremely ill. He has been off work since the end of January. He suffers from migraines and hasn't been able to recover, they keep coming. He is constantly dizzy. He finally got his Dr. to refer him to a Neurologist, but he still doesn't have an appointment. He tells me he just doesn't feel right, like he knows something is wrong. The waiting is awful. We finally had sex last night after 3 weeks. He initiated it, I should have said no on account of his ailing self. My mom said "he looks so fragile, is he okay?". Of course, we don't have an answer. If any of you have any prayers to spare, please send them our way. Thank you!

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