I had endometrial cancer in may 1 2020….. i was stage 1 grade 3, I share your sentiments as living in fear of what if, but unfortunately I understand intellectually you’re ruining your today by living this way…. the only thing you can do is be on top of things as they occur, be proactive, demand to be seen when need be and seek support… i saw a psychologist for almost a year and I learned some techniques on how to put my anxiety at bay and how to learn to be grateful moving forward… you can’t undo what happened , but you can change how you frame things moving forward…. be and stay well lea
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Good day I have just been diagnosed with endometrial cancer, i got the call this Wednesday from the doctor, who seemed subdued on the phone and started the conversation by saying...” I have bad news” “ you need to come now” i hanged up the phone and thought .. WTF.... emotions were all over the map, I knew I couldn’t see her alone so I brought my sister in law with me we both sit in the doctor office and she says you have endometrial cancer, I was consumed with fear, I had no question to ask her, at that moment all I wanted to do was leave her office and be alone.. i have been a roller coaster since, my mind is all over the place im getting my CT scan on Tuesday and meeting the oncologist soon after...I cry allot, I keep thinking of the worst, I’ve had this for a while as the other doctor dismissed everything as a utérin polyp..... thanls for listening
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Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.