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Well today marks two years to the date I was diagnosed with cervical cancer. I thought my world was ending the words ”you have cervical cancer” echoes in my head every day despite being NED. Deferring from uni was heart ranching too I was angry that this horrible disease had stopped me from my studies to prove to myself I can do it.
But today I can say that I have stood up to cancer and finally celebrating my graduation day ( a year later).
Thank you to beautiful family who treated me to flowers from next who are supporting Jo’s cervical cancer trust.
October 2016 – regular three yearly smear
November 2016 – not enough cells
March 2017 – Second smear
April 2017 – slightly abnormal cells
May 2017 –colposcopy Biopsy
July 2017 – Results high grade CGIN
September 2017 – treatment day loop diathermy.
October 2017 – Diagnosed with cervical cancer
October 2017 - MRI scan
October 2017 – discuss MRI scan results and treatment. Stage 1b1 Adenocarcinoma CC.
November 2017 – Radical hysterectomy (ovaries included)
January 2018 - follow up appointment lymph nodes clear no further treatment, 3 monthly check ups.