The reason you felt good coming here is exactly WHY others will when they come and see your posts !!Zackattack wrote:Hi All!
I wanted to touch base and give an update on how everything has been and where I'm currently at in my life. I haven't posted in a long while as the message board became a habitual check it everyday thing and although this message board was the best thing ever for me during my hardest times, it was tough to always check this place as it acted as a reminder of my journey, both previous and continuing as I try and keep moving forward.
Part of me doesn't want to post here as to not make anyone else feel bad or jinx myself.
Zackattack wrote:Next week I have my port removal scheduled. Considering I was stage 3A -- is this a bit premature? I'm always gardening and doing home small construction projects etc and my entire family thinks I should get it removed, but I'm hesitant because the reality of cancer is I have a 30-35% chance of recurrence and I'm not nearly as optimistic on my long term health as the rest of my family is or pretends to be. Are there usually any complications getting it removed? The only reasons to keep it at the moment are the regular oncologist visits and the yearly CAT scans.
CF_69 wrote:Congratulations on your success and on the birth of your son.
Mine was only 3 months old when I was diagnosed. He’ll be 2 next month.
Children truly are a blessing.
I’m about 3 months late on my 1 year colonoscopy due to Covid I assume.
It’s a marathon, not a sprint. Best wishes going forward.
beach sunrise wrote:I got the push back on several extra markers so instead of begging I went out on my own and got the extra markers thru Life Extension. They use lab corp. Right now they are having a bloodwork sale.
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