Diagnosed - Wonderland

Oh No Associated with Endometrial (Uterine) Cancer. Posted on September 10, 2012 View this journey (4 Experiences)

Sheer, utter terror, unable to sleep, when I did sleep, waking up with a voice not just saying, but SHOUTING "You've got Cancer" and no chance of falling back asleep again. All day long "you've got cancer" voice shouting in at any moment when I wasn't concentrating on something else. Gor lorazepam prescription, it helped the first time I took it, then much less so, but helped me fall asleep, I tried not to take it more than a few times a week so that it didn't lose all effectiveness. Since I could barely breathe or walk 100 feet from the Pulmonary Embolisms that led to Cancer diagnosis, the panicky state never ended. But every day I vowed to walk further, by 1 year, and despite chemo, I was up to 8 miles a day.

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