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Hi Just a quick line to say there is a normal life after cervical cancer, I know at times you think there will never be a day that you do not have a cancer head, but there will. All of us look forward to the 2 year mark, I think that is the first time I breathed!! And then the next goal is the five year mark, in between there are days you forget, and there are days when side effects from treatment, put you back into that dark place, for a while, but it goes.
I remember joining Jo's in 2010 there seemed to be so many more ladies posting, perhaps with the hpv vaccine cervical cancer is less common now I certainly hope so. I will never forget the support I had at the time from Jo's, it was a go to place for me, sometimes just to read other experiences, other times to join in conversations pick up tips, and laugh and cry together.
There were some sad days too I was diagnosed at age 63, and so many very young girls aged 22 24 19 lost their battle i felt guilty for living and them not even having a chance at life, I remember their names Midnight Sky Mercomerco Charle veryscared. and so many more.
So here I am 74 still plodding on, the sun is shining the sky is blue and I am going for a walk up the fields to look at the horses, The best things in life are free just look around you x