Bad News

Some while ago I was having problems with severe back pain which I thought was a trapped spinal nerve. I did rant a bit about my GP Surgery not taking it seriously enough and one Dr even saying it was age related and I'd have to live with it. Well, I've been told I have Lung Cancer and Bone Cancer on my Spine and it is incurable. I haven't trusted my GP's for some time and now I feel sick to the stomach every time I walk in to that surgery. .The Dr's at the Hospital are evening questioning my diagnosis of COPD. I've known about this for two months now and I've come to terms with it. I stated Chemo last week and determined to keep going.

23 Replies

oldestnewest
  • Oh heck Wiggins, really sorry you are going through the mill at the moment. Love your spirit though and attitude - stay determined and know that we will support you in any way you need. :) xx

  • How absolutely horrendous. I am so deeply sorry for you. Good for you to keep going - whats the saying - Don't let the bastards get you down! Good luck with the chemo - with love and best wishes TAD xx

  • This is devastating news, you must be so furious.

    I hope you will have the energy to focus on a massive case for negligence when you're feeling stronger.

    It's unbelievable, I'm so very sorry indeed. I wish there was something I could say or do to help. I wish you all the very best for your chemo treatment.

    My husband had bone cancer (secondary to prostate) for years he wouldn't see the medical profession but for his last couple of years he did and was given a wonder drug intravenously to fast track calcium to his bones. I'm sorry I can't remember what it was called but it helped enormously. Peeg, with best wishes

  • sorry to hear your news, seems doctors these days dont want to delve deeper , especially if you already have illness, everything relates to what you have, (in my opinion) you have to really push to get anywhere. hope you feel strong enough soon to put in a negligant case, wishing you well xx

  • I am so sorry Wiggins, wishing all the luck in the world, stay positive. xx

  • Very very sorry to hear that news,it must be devasting for you.

    I wish you every strength and determination possible for your

    Road ahead.try to be strong.good luck :)

  • I have long believed that many GPs are dangerous. Are you up to suing yours? This is disgraceful and I send you luck, love and hope. xx

  • I am so very sorry to hear this Wiggins, all my very best wishes to you. Libby x

  • I'm so sorry to read this. I can only begin to imagine how angry and frustrated you are with your dr's. I do hope that the medical care you receive now will be second to none.

    I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

  • So so sorry to hear this news Wiggins, I hope so much that you have very good support around you to help you through this very difficult time, the hospital has a counselling service for cancer patients, if your consultant has not already advised you of this, please phone and ask for this support. Of course please always come here any time to chat, to cry, to offload. We are all here wanting to help you.

    My thoughts are with you and I am keeping everything crossed that you get good results from the chemo.

    All good wishes to you.

    BC

  • What awful news to get Wiggins, I really feel for you. The anger and fustration must be overwhelming. I hope the chemo goes well and brings success.

    Lynne xx

  • So sorry, such bad new Wiggins all my very best wishes to you.

    pollyxx

  • Wiggins what really dreadful news can't imagine how you're feeling. Wishing you well.

    Lib x

  • So sorry Wiggins that is absolutely terrible news. . Doctors really are the pits sometimes!

    Try and stay strong. We are here for you anytime. Thinking of you.

    Bev xxxxx

  • I'm so sorry to read this Wiggins, you must be in shock, I have always thought if I was diagnosed with cancer I would seek an alternative to chemotherapy such as Pheonix Tears which is a natural cure for it. I'll be thinking of you and saying prayers for your complete recovery,all the best Wiggins,huffer xxxx

  • Wiggins I don't know what to say, you must want to scream, Drs constantly tell us they are trained & know Our bodies better than we do, but their incompetence is beyond negligence sometimes, Please take my very best wishes & I hope with the treatment you get from your specialist you do eventually see some improvement in your pain

    Karen

    xxxx

  • I am really sorry to hear you devastating news Wiggins, my thoughts are with you, and I do hope the chemo can shrink it and keep it at bay. It is good to read that you are determined. All my best wishes Anna xxx

  • So sorry to hear it Wiggins good luck with the chemo lol xx

  • Hi Wiggens

    So sorry to hear what has happened to you, I wish you well with the chemo, hope the hospital does all the can for you.

    Brenda.

  • Really sorry to hear your news. Hope the chemo will give you some improvement and relief from pain. Thinking of you. xx :)

  • Hi Wiggins, I can't add anything to what has already been said but add my wishes for the best of luck with the chemo.

  • So sorry to hear your bad news Wiggin,I can only empathize with the anger you must feel towards the Doctors.

    Do try & stay positive(hard I know) at least you do have the right diagnose now,& they do wonderful things today.You sound as though you have the right attitude,keep it up!

    Do keep in touch,we are all here,barracking for you!!

    Love Wendells xxx

  • So sorry to hear your news, Wiggins, but stay positive, that kind of attitude and spirit will take you a long way. Good luck with the chemo, and I'm sending positive energy your way :)

    Sandra x x x

You may also like...