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Oh No Associated with Ovarian and Fallopian Tube Cancer. Posted on February 19, 2012 View this journey (15 Experiences)

Primary physician didn't believe in 125 test. 2 1/2 years prior advised gynocologist of family history. Stated I felt something was changing. No pain or spotting. No conclusive test results. But I knew....And now it's here...Stage 4

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    Hi. I just wanted to reach out to you after reading your post. I was lucky that I was doing a lot of spotting which caused my ob/gyn to investigate further. He immediately sent me to a gynocologic/oncologist. I hear so often about symptoms being ignored by physicians and it's very puzzling. They say ovarian cancer is very difficult to diagnose in it's early stages. Or maybe it's that physicians don't act on women's complaints? Wouldn't that be among the first things they would check? I feel bac that this happened to you. I'm about to start my third of six rounds of chemo, and things are going okay. I worry about getting chemo brain. How bad is that? I want to wish you well, and hope that things turn out fine.

    almost 9 years ago

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