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    Procedure or Surgery (Radical hysterectomy): My bladder has not been the same since I had the surgery and I am still in pain every now and then

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      sarasmash

      I can't ever quite urinate the same since. There are tons of ways that you can combat that. I used to stand up and then sit back down and try again. I have also heard pouring a little water on your goodies can sometimes help. But, I am not sure if that helps.

      almost 3 years ago
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    missdrea88 asked a questionCervical Cancer

    Can it come back

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      Songwriter

      It never completely is killed off by the treatments......Eat healing foods and breathe pure air and the most important thing is deal with your stress.....YOU are in charge now. WE are the strongest part of the Medical Team...

      almost 3 years ago
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      missdrea88

      I really appreciate all the encouragement!! I really need it!! I don't even want to think about it

      almost 3 years ago
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      daca1964

      Once you have cancer it is never the end. I've had cervical cancer and Stage IIIB Nodular Melanoma and in a 10 year span. I think with a positive attitude and a great support system anything can be concurred. I'm going on 8 years out now. Good luck and try not to think about it. It's hard I know it what we call the NEW NORMAL.

      Deb

      almost 3 years ago
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    missdrea88 asked a questionCervical Cancer

    what should I do

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      missdrea88

      Thank you I will ask today

      over 4 years ago
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      cam32505

      Surely, your doctor knows you have a small child. If there was anything that could be done medically, I would think it would have been done. It sounds like you've had to have the stitches replaced, so maybe you need help with your child. You do need to take care of your health.

      over 4 years ago
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      CAS1

      Talk to the social worker from the hospital and see if any support services are available, call the American cancer society too and if you belong to a church maybe someone can come over to help you or a teenage cousin etc..You need that help and need to take care of yourself.

      over 4 years ago
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