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After spending 2017 and 2018 dealing with chemoradiation and complications resulting in a pelvic exenteration november 2018 i am finally feeling well, used to my new body changes and managing my dual ostomy well. Im finally just seeing my gynae oncologist and radiation oncologists every 6months and my urologist every 12. Life is back to normal... just a bit slower and have returned to work. Things have changed a bit but im happy and enjoying life. Working 4 days a week. which i never thought possible when i was at my sickest. I wanted to give you an update as you all deserved some positivity after what quite frankly was at times unbearable. I want to thank everyone for their kind words and help when life was quite difficult at times.and to say thank you to all the strong women who were diagnosed at the same time and did not survive this insidious disease and to the others that progressed better. I wish everyone the best they can be and send my love to all.
And as far as i know... no new cancers have appeared.
Much love Xx
Diagnosed stage 3B squamous cell CC with paraaortic lymph node involvement. 4/2017. Had chemoradiation and brachytherapy finished 6/2017
4/2018 loop ileostomy inserted.
7/2018 bilateral nephrostomies for blocked ureters.
11/2018 Pelvic Exenteration