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pain in cervical cancer remission

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xsophiecwx
pain in cervical cancer remission

hi 29 years old

january 2020 stage 2b 7cm tumor on the left side and a 24 week pregnancy

sadly baby couldnt survive due to my state :( 

vertical cut from baby.

servere pain for months before treatment always screaming in pain worst time of my life the tumor was pushing on everything 

6 weeks of radio chemo then 3 internal.

been 8 months since treatment, 3 months since i was told i was in remission no sign of cancer...

currently going through menopause, last week seen my oncologist says i have scar tissue around my wound i had on my belly its also numb. this past week for now 5 days i have had constant dull right side pain near my ovary but my right side this time and back it doesnt go with strong painkillers obviously now worried ? i cant shift this pain and i know from natural no pain releif births to my kids and cancer pain that im pretty good with pain and know this pain is more than a slight pelvic pain :( any ideas xx

Harvitt

Hi, 

I'm so sorry you have been through so much. I just wanted to say I thinking of you. 

 

Keeley 

06 Jan 20 massive bleed. 7 feb 20 smear came back highly differentiated severe dyskolious. 14 Feb biopsies taken. 21st Feb cc cells found. 22 Feb 20 told poorly differentiated squamous cell. 28 Feb staged at 2a. Tumour is 2.4mm/9mm 6 March restaged at 3c due to 3 lymph node involvement - x1 2cm. 12 Mar 20 met oncologist - told me coronavirus will probably kill me before cc does. 18 March 20 pre scan booked.
Izzzy76

I am so sorry you've lost your baby. Having cancer is 1 thing but to suffer such a loss. 

 

I would always contact your doctor when you are worried. 

28-8-2019 diagnosed grade 2 squamous 2B 4 cm tumor Mri suspect lymphe nodes but pet scan Shows no lymph nodes 25 radio extended field, 6 chemo and 4 brachy finished October 29 2019
Memagh

I'm so sorry you have had to deal with the loss of your precious baby on top of this awful diagnosis. You should definitely contact your oncologist and let them know what's been going on. It could possibly be a small fracture (insufficiency fracture) which can be caused by radiation and menopause. It might not be the most common cause for this type of pain but it does happen. Best of luck and let us know how you get on.

x Maria

Diagnosed CC 01st August 2019 Stage 1b2 with 1 local lymph node involved. Something else showed up on pet scan. Treatment delayed for surgery, done on September 9th. Found to be a simple ovarian cyst, 1 ovary and tube removed. Treatment plan 5 chemo, 25 radio and 4 brachy. Treatment start date 02nd October 2019. Treatment end date 8th November.

February 2020 3 month scans NED

August 2020 9 Month scans NED

 

 

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