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    Hi BuckeyeShelby It is because of you that I found this site. I was told I have an abdominal hernia just above the belly button area.
    It was found on a CT of the abdomen which was done to rule out a a mass in the left upper quadrant. They said there was no mass but a "small hernia". I can actually palpate it. They said it was from weight gain over the past 4 years. I went from 140 to 215. Have been dieting since April 1st and down to about 190. I found your story when I did a search.

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      BuckeyeShelby

      You got it. It started out as hernia surgery. Didn't expect the cancer. I believe the ascites was the red flag. And my surgeon, because he was also a surgical oncologist, knew what he was looking at. Today, I am 6 years out from my hysterectomy. Had a follow-up appointment on Friday. I'm currently NED (no evidence of disease ).

      2 days ago
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      anitalou

      Yay for You!! NED is the place to be! Thanks again and you are awesome to interact with!

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      BuckeyeShelby

      Thanks. Anytime!

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    BuckeyeShelby asked a questionEndometrial (Uterine) Cancer

    Time to celebrate

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      Bug

      That’s great news! Congratulations!

      2 days ago
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      Skyemberr

      Fantastic!!!!! Congratulations! I hope you do something nice this weekend to celebrate!

      1 day ago
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      beachbum5817

      What great news!! Now, you can relax and celebrate. Take care.

      1 day ago