I have rectal fresh bleeding occasionally. First time, I have seen blood after excretion 2 years ago. I have had different blood and urine tests as well as colonscopy. The blood tests have shown that ...
did anyone suspect they had cancer before they were diagnosed. i am convinced i am riddled with it but i wont tell a doctor i think this because i am sure he thinks i am a hypocondriac. i am unwell ...
I had been getting headaches frequently but only on one side of my head. I had my wisdom teeth removed and the headaches drastically reduced. Now I have a strange feeling in one side of my head. It ...
I have several spots on my skin that were basically brought to my freaked out attention by my mother. I know that it could be an overreaction, but how common are the symptoms of Melanoma without it ...
I don't think anybody has an answer for this question. I think everybody is different
I was given a 30% to live a year if i didn't do the treatment. I did the treatment. Its been 8 months.
none could answer that as it deepends on what stage your at but i would rather have chemo and try to live a life than give up and die.
this is a question answered on a very individualized basis. it depends on how big the tumor is and how quickly the cancer progresses.
50/50 to 50
There is no proper answer.
I was first diagnosed with breast cancer in November of 2004. I also had lymph node involvement. I had a lumpectomy and 15 lymph nodes removed. I did not have chemo or radiation, although it was strongly recommended. Another lump appeared in the same breast in approximately 2 years. I had that lump removed in March of 2007. Again, I had no treatment. I tried to cure myself with only herbs and some diet changes. In less than a year I have developed several large masses in the same breast. Again, there is lymph node involvement. I will have a mastectomy next week, and I am wondering if I should have taken the path that I did. No one ever truly knows what to do. Of course, I had several surgeries on the same breast. This may have caused it to spread, but AGAIN who really knows. I did what I felt was best at the time. I will always wonder if I should have had conventional treatment with the first diagnosis. Three cancer diagnoses in a little over 3 years. I must've done something wrong. I think that there are probably cures, but who knows WHICH one to follow. One begins grasping at straws. I do a whole lot of praying!