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Mum Bleeding Post Menopause

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weeamanda23
Mum Bleeding Post Menopause

Hi everyone. I stumbed on this website while frantically searching the web. I'm posting about my Mum who's 49. She went into the menopause at around 35 which was really early, but the rest of the women in her family had the same issue. Anyway, today she whispered to me that she's been getting some light bleeding and she had sore breasts and stomach pain. This only happened today, out of nowhere. I gave her some feminax for the pain, which seemed to ease it a little but she was still sore.  She had a brain haemorrhage back  2 years ago, and I remember her having some spotting back then when I washed her knickers for her while she was at the hospital, but it didn't cause any concern as it didn't continue after that. I'm beside myself with worry because I read way too much to cope with stuff (I did the same when she had her brain haemorrhage.) Plus, we're only all starting to recover from the incident with her brain. We're making an appointment at the GP today at 9am when they open, but I guess I'm just looking for some advice or reassurance.

nm_353
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Is she up to date on Smears? That said, follow up with Gp.

June 2016- pap, not up to date, results abnormal

Julyy 5th-  After followups diagnosed with Adenocarcinoma

July 12th 2016- Met with oncologist, clinically staged at 1b2, staging confirmed with MRI and PET. Tumor is endocervical and approx 7 cm.

August 2016- Started chemorads. Post followup after treatment, NED

Sept 2018- Still NED

Petesdragon
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And what did GP say?

    • Stage 3 Glassy cell adenocarcinoma  1997 (negative smear tests).

Treated with Wertheim's hysterectomy, chemorads.

October 2017- new squamous cell vaginal tumour diagnosed,  probably radiation-induced. 

Total pelvic exenteration on 19th December 2017. 

March 18 Post-op CT scan shows healthy kidneys and successful urostomy and colostomy. No evidence of recurrence. Discharged by urology and colorectal surgeons. 2 down and 2 to go!

June 2018. CT scan shows 2 new pulmonary nodules.  

CT Scan Jan 2019. Nodules gone. No evidence of disease. 

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