- Franklin, IN
- Member Since May 2013
Their Diagnoses (1)
- Patient: Colorectal (Colon) Cancer
- Patient Info: Newly diagnosed (has not begun treatment), Diagnosed: over 3 years ago, Female, Age: 52, KRAS mutation positive: Don't Know, BRAF mutation positive: Don't Know, Stage III
- View this journey (5 Experiences)
ljleonard93 shared an experience
Decision Point (No chemo): After doing one round of the chemo, I had such a bad reaction that even my Ongologist and his nurse said they have never seen anyone react like that in a long time. Had a chemo sensitivity test done to see if it would even work.
So I have been doing everything naturally - diet, vitamins and supplements, herbs, Turmeric, Essiac Tea, Apricot Seeds, Pau'd Arco, and Vit C IVs. I was amazed at how better I had felt. So I had my colestomy bag reversed on July 29th. I had to be off all my supplements and herbs for 2 weeks before the surgery tho. And I was nervous, because I have always heard not to have any surgery if you were diagnoised w/ Cancer...because it causes it to spread. Well the surgery went great! I actually broke a record at the hospital, I was up and walking 2 hrs after the surgery, passed gas on the second day, passed some stool on the 3rd and was sent home on the 4th!
We decided to have a CT scan done on Sept 3rd. And it came back that the cancer had spread to my peritoneal wall and a left Ovary had a mass on it. So I recommend, wait to have any surguries for as long as you can to not take the chance of it spreading.
Now its time to get down to work again! I go to a new Doctor that specializes in Mistletoe injections. Europe has great success w/ getting rid of the cancers like Colon, Ovarian, Breast and Lung. The doctor I am going to go to, trained in Europe..so is familiar w/ this type of treatment. BelieveBig.org is founded by Ivelise Page who her cancer is gone due to the Mistletoe injections, she was diagnoised w/ Stage 4 Colon Cancer like me 5 yrs ago, and her cancer has been gone for the last 4 years. The site also has testimonies of others that their cancer is gone.
I will keep you posted. All I know is that I will never give up...and I will not give in to this cancer!