Hi not been on for a while finished my chemo in may which shrunk my cancer after 2mths my hair grew back which I was happy about ,as after my 3rd chemo from a ctscan it was discovered I had a cyst on my ovary as it did not react to my chemo it was thought it wasn't cancer ,also I tested positive for the brca2 gene and could go on and get ovarian cancer next ,last WK I was supposed to have my ovaries removed but didn't happen as it was discovered my cyst didn't look right and was stuck to my womb they've taken biopsies saw the gynae surgeon on Thursday and hes told me my results I've now got cancer in my ovary ,due to see the surgeons next WK to discuss my op and a get a date for it now been told I will need to get a full hysterectomy done soon then they will do more tests to see if my cancer has come from my breast cancer or another cancer which they think it is the breast nurses will get the results then decide what treatment I will get so upsetting I've bounced back from my breast cancer now this
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Oh trg3 I wish I could just put my arms around you and hug you. I am so utterly sorry to hear your news. It is so worrying. I was diagnosed on 2 Oct 2015. I had chemo then surgery removing both breasts I am triple negative. It is an utter game of chance isn't it. I have to now attend a liver consultant as chemo damaged my liver. There is also a concern that it could turn to cancer. It's a bloody nightmare. I understand totally how you are feeling. It's as though the minute you are 'getting there' someone pulls the rug from underneath you. I am sending all my love and best wishes, and hope you will make an absolute full recovery. Lainey 💐💐💐💐
Hi, I saw your post re liver damage, as you have probably seen in my posts my treatment is suspended awaiting heart damage to recover, I'm her2, so I know what you mean about having the rug pulled. I met a friend yesterday who is 5 years into remission, she has had barely six months without a new scare, with 2 biopsies for possible endometrial cancer through tamoxifen, a bone scare and a very complex liver problem. It wasn't easy to resolve and ultimately needed some surgery, but she is fine. I am slowly learning - with plenty of panic, tears, sleepless nights and anger - that ultimately we just all need to survive. How we get to that point is complicated sometimes, it's not a lifestyle we would choose. It involves a lot of loss and sacrifice and picking ourselves up, finding more energy and more courage....sending you warm wishes.
I'm so sorry, it is the type of news we all dread. I can't imagine how you are feeling, this illness is just so bloody unfair and cruel. If you are BRCA they will take everything out - it's tough to face but for the experts it is more predictable than some, and that is on your side. As Lainey 66 says, it is so much down to chance. Be kind to yourself, it's fine to feel terrified, angry and anything else. Best wishes.