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Hello Ladies Hi All. I live in Adelaide, South Australia and this is my first post. I was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer 3C and had debulking surgery in mid December. This was followed by 18 weeks of chemotherapy-carboplatin and Paclotaxil and then Avastin was introduced as well. They were very long days with the ice cap thrown into the mix as well. I am now on Avastin only treatment every 3 weeks until May next year. Its a long journey, as many of you ladies would know. And one that I never expected. So far, my body is responding well with an apparent clear CT and CA 125 is within the normal range. I still have lingering side effects of neuropathy in my feet, no sense of taste or smell, constant fatigue and lots of unexplained aches and pains that were not there before. But I am upright, on the go and able to have pretty normal life, albeit different to before. Not a moment goes by that I do not wonder about the possible recurrence of this insidious disease and what the future holds. It really hurts that travel is no longer part of my life in this new coronavirus world which has literally stopped everyone in their tracks. But I am grateful for many things and try and brush those thoughts of recurrence away. It is wonderful to read all the stories you ladies share and learn from the group forum and know that I am not alone in this fight for my life. I am currently going to an oncology rehabilitation group (gym work) which has been fabulous in getting me moving again after 6 months post surgical and chemo treatment and lots of sitting around doing nothing much. I have met some lovely ladies through this program-a couple have become coffee buddies-but they all have different cancers so it is good to hear points of view and hear what you ladies are experiencing. I wish all you ladies all the best, chins up and lets continue this battle together.
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breathing issues for a long time scared I’m going to die please respond asap hi im 30 years old and I have smoked a pack a day for at least 15 years. and since about September of last year I have been coughing up phlegm of all colors everyday and its been hard to breath . I had a chest X-ray twice now and they said it was all normal. I had a pft test a breathing test and it suggested I had mild copd. but the doctor said that he thinks I’m just out of shape and a smoker and he thinks if I quit and started exercising and eating better that my test would be different. but the test said I had very mild copd . so if I have mild copd does this mean I’m going to die soon?? and with this corona virus if I catch it will I die cuz I have mild copd.. and can anxiety cause breathing problems every single day cuz now I focus on my breathing so much that I am short of breath alllllll day long but my symptoms are just like copd and empozema I’m freaking out I’m convinced that I’m dying and any day now I will be hospitalized I am 30 years old I have two kids and I’m freaking out so much I can’t focus and I also am convinced I have colon cancer to I’m always constipated and I have acid reflux everyday . but the major thing is this lung thing I cough up phlegm every single day now for 7 months it won’t go away I’m short of breath allll day long I can’t even finish sentences without taking deep breath is its all I think about please help me please
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