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I've finally finished what will go down in my memoir as "the sh***iest bit" that time from being told "it's cancer" till "your odds are good and here's what we're gonna do about it"
I've had an MRI, CT and finally a pet scan, the decision has been made that a combination of radiation/chemo/brachy is the best way to go. (The tumour is pretty big but early stage2)
This was quite a blow to be fair as I had hoped a radical hysterectomy would be the way to go. (Between the two that was the better option)
I've been in robot mode about the whole thing till today when I was told that an operation wasn't the best way out of this and for the first time shed some tears infront of my dr.
I feel like I have no idea what's to come, I have meetings with the chemo/radiation team next week and then we'll get this show on the road the following week.
I haven't even applied for sick leave (furloughed rn) I'm assuming this is me for the rest of 2021? I feel like every video I watch is about hairloss and blahblah but I want to know what my life will be? I'll take it on being bald and cancer free but.. am I gonna work again? Be functioning? The same ever physically? I'm 33, my dr's are optimistic about getting rid of it. I guess I'm just feeling a bit lost with all the possible side affects and uncertainty so any experience anyone's had and is willing to share would be greatly appreciated.