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    Procedure or Surgery (Double Mastectomy): still having serous fluid buildup at left breast site - has been drained 4 x already - not a big deal until the pressure of the fluid causes some discomfort, Seeing an ot for help with this - compression, massage etc

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    • Minnow's Avatar

      Been there, done that, but it will quit draining and then you will heal faster, but I admit, it wasn't pleasant at first.

      about 5 years ago
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    Oh No (Cancer has spread/Metastasized): not curable but treatable - hard words to hear and to continue to process early on when you are not sure if the treatments undergoing are going to be successful. This is a chronic illness they say

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      I'm having to process this now..10 years ago had stage iiib breast cancer and survived chemo.& radiation. So don't really fear chemo, but my care giving grown children (45 & 49) are very frightened. It's hard for them to accept
      the inevitable. My husband (a Parkingson's patient is very depressed and angry. I can distract myself with reading and playing on the computer. It's the effect my illness is having on my family and friends that gets to me.

      over 5 years ago
    • Suehendo's Avatar

      my mom has breast cancer and has survived breast cancer on the other breast and uterine cancer. I understand why your kids are scared, but I'm sure they want you to focus on yourself right now.

      about 5 years ago
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