Good luck with the delivery! Congratulations!
Just a quick note to say hi! CONGRATS on your milestone!
Congratulations, kid! This is a great start to the rest of your life! My very best to you and "the love of your life".
Congratulations! Time for a celebration...Glad you have reached this wonderful milestone! I hope you are taking the time to do something special to mark the occasion. Great news! Thanks for sharing!
Just a quick note to say hi! I wanted to ask if you if you were stage 1, not 1c and what kind of chemo regimine did you have? I was DX'd 1c in Dec. 07. I had 4 cycles of chemo including one round of IP. My Ca125 stays steady at 8 since May of 08. I was an avid runner before all this and am trying to get back into shape. I having a hard time, but will not give up:) I just am amazed that you will run in the 1/2 marathon. You give me hope, you are a youngster, LOL, I am 45 so maybe it will take me a little longer to get back. Have a great weekend, Kerry
OOPS! My note dated Nov. 15th, was for another Marie. Sorry.
Congratulations! Love getting past round 4. Best of luck always .. Judy
Thank you Marie. I have a bad cold...poor me. LOL I am so afraid Tom is going to catch it. His blood counts are rock bottom, as usual. How have you been doing? I get confused about your condition. Did they leave any evidence of cancer after your initial surgery or was it all gone? I've seen conflicting posts from you about it. I guess I am the one who is confused. Because you would be on chemo if there was any cancer left, right? I'm just so happy for your one year anniversary. I sure didn't make it that long without it rearing it's ugly head. It's a mystery to me, all of this.
Thank you for the invitation! (((HUGS)))...Cindy
Just a quick note to say hi! You go girl ... how many total treatments? I had 6 rounds .. is this your halfway mark? Hope so. Judy
Just a quick note to say hi!
This is the article about low grade ovarian c.
I hope you have few side effects and get through this battle smoothly. Remember to drinks lots and lots of water! Let us know if you have any questions. I had some weird side effects, but no nausea. Stay AHEAD of the nausea and the pain. Get plenty of rest...that is probably all you will feel like doing for part of the time.
I used the accupuncture towards the end of my first six chemos. I was experiencing some pain in my stomach which later turned out to be hernias. It did help initially for the pain. Later it was good for the additional aches I had post surgically. I had one surgery in July 2007 and then one in Dec 2007. The accupuncture was really helpful with the discomfort of the incision.
What really helped me were the massages, which I will begin again next week I think. It was nice to have them and it helped move some of the toxins through my body. Let me know how things are going for you.
I see what your occupation is now. What stage were you diagnosed or do you know yet?