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    Hi Christine! Sorry to hear about your diagnosis. It's such a overwhelming and shocking thing to hear. Almost surreal. After 8 months of this, it's still surreal to me and I'm still anxious. Are you having a total hysterectomy? I had the regular surgery....not the robotic one. I did have one friend that had that underwent robotic surgery and she experienced no complications! (our local hospital recently just got the divinci robot) Do you have your treatment plan after surgery? if there's anything I can help with or questions that I can answer, please let me know. my thoughts are with you and lots of hugs too!

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    Wishing you a successful surgery and speedy recovery!

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    kerz2013 asked a questionCervical Cancer

    I am finding that going back to work full time is HARD! I just want to start feeling better NOW! Anyone else having a hard time working?

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      Working full-time is definitely hard. You have to listen to your body and do what your body is telling it. I finally just had to go down to 3 days a week as I just didn't have the energy to work full-time. I was spending every weekend resting so I could work some more. My company just asked me to fill out disability paperwork. That was a big slap in the face. Once i got over the emotional part of that I do think it's the right idea. Bottom line listen to your body!

      about 4 years ago
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      I had stage 3 BC and I drive a forklift in a warehouse on the night shift. When I fought I made sure to drink LOTS of water and I had an Ensure Plus a day. I worked thru my WHOLE 6 months of treatment standing in one spot. HOW?? I have no idea but I did it! The fatigue was awful, but I just kept telling myself "tomorrow is another day".

      about 4 years ago
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      I had stage 3 BC and I drive a forklift in a warehouse on the night shift. When I fought I made sure to drink LOTS of water and I had an Ensure Plus a day. I worked thru my WHOLE 6 months of treatment standing in one spot. HOW?? I have no idea but I did it! The fatigue was awful, but I just kept telling myself "tomorrow is another day".

      about 4 years ago
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