adenocarcinoma of the cervix stage 2b well differentiated

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RE: adenocarcinoma of the cervix stage 2b well differentiated

by rnddaway on Thu Apr 30, 2015 08:58 PM

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Me? I'm still alive. I did the radiation but I also did a lot of detoxifying and rebuilding. I was cancer free for year. It hasn't grown much though. Still the same size.

RE: adenocarcinoma of the cervix stage 2b well differentiated

by MyChloeGirl on Thu Apr 30, 2015 09:44 PM

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Cervical cancer survivor here also since 1987. No chemo or radiation. I had a radical hysterectomy but kept my ovaries. I was lucky it was caught early. Had cone biopsy first. I was blessed with excellent doctors and the staff of University of CA San Francisco. They still keep tabs on me.

Wishing you the best.

RE: adenocarcinoma of the cervix stage 2b well differentiated

by Dr.David on Sun May 10, 2015 07:18 AM

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On Apr 30, 2015 9:44 PM MyChloeGirl wrote:

Cervical cancer survivor here also since 1987. No chemo or radiation. I had a radical hysterectomy but kept my ovaries. I was lucky it was caught early. Had cone biopsy first. I was blessed with excellent doctors and the staff of University of CA San Francisco. They still keep tabs on me.

Wishing you the best.

You are lucky to have gone wothout Chemo, since it may cause extra cancer too. In case there is such a tumor, which the surgeons do not wish to resect, ASK for Brachytherapy. After that, look up a Physiotherapy clinic which uses diathermy device, and ask for pelvic diathermy on continous mode, 200W output minimum, for 50 min, 3 times per week for 3 weeks. The tumor treated would come out in one or few pieces. Good luck.

RE: adenocarcinoma of the cervix stage 2b well differentiated

by grandmac on Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:02 AM

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On Sep 16, 2012 10:51 AM wanttiheal65 wrote:

Hi I am looking for answers. I have been diagnosed with cervical cancer adeno of the cervix well differentiated this year in March. A lot of research and biopsys were done before until I was fully diagnosed. In July I started with chemo and radiation as coadjuvant treatment which is the golden stardard treatment for this kind of cancer. Now I am going to see a gyn oncologyst who is taking care of my treatment and all the doctors at the radiation center talked about a possible surgery to remove if something remains inside. After all the reading I have done on the internet I think doctors are wrong and that cervical cancer stage 2b especially adeno is non curable and this kind of treatment is only palliative to extend your life a bit more. Is that so? I need to receive feedback from others . Please help as i am going through a very tough period in my life and I think that each day that passes by is a day I got less to live. ... From the bottom of my heart please help}

HI, just wanted to tell you to not give up hope. I am 78 years old and this summer had a biospy for bleeding and it came back 2b cancer. Was sent to the Universery of  Iowa by my Doctor  who said they were best to handle it. they done a Robot sugery and took everything out but vaginal area. Took  all  lymph nodes from waist down. Was sent home that night. Now having radiation vaginally once a week for three weeks. All was not as bad as thought going to be. But do not dwell on it and never felt scared after first day of finding out. I am a Christian and my trust is in the one who has always been trust worthy. My doctor said this will not be what you die from and thats true. My mom had chemo and radiation  for uterine cancer and lived 20 years till had a stroke which was not related. My advice is  to research  and remember this "There is nothing to fear but fear itself."  And  your age and health is important. But dont let  depression overcome you with its hold on you . Keeping well and focused is up to you. God Bless and may you get thru this with family and friends but most  important asking God to give you strength and find some humor and smile a lot. I focus on others instead of just me and that helps. Will pray for you now.

grandmac

RE: adenocarcinoma of the cervix stage 2b well differentiated

by miraclegirl69 on Wed Apr 19, 2017 04:13 PM

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Hi wanttiheal65!  I know it's been 4.5 years since you posted this, but I too have Stage IIB2 adenocarcinoma of the cervix which was inoperable.  I was also treated with 7 weeks of external radiation with adjuvant chemotherapy and 4 weeks of brachytherapy.  How are you doing now???  My last brachy was 7 weeks ago and both the radiation oncologist (from MRI) and the gynocological oncologist (from physical exam) feel they can no longer see any cancer or tumor.  I was curious how you're doing and what, if any, side effects you have experienced over the last 5 years.  I got through treatment amazingly well, physically, mentally, and physically, but now I feel as if my body was hit by a truck!   I have my PET scan on May 30 and follow up with oncologists the following week and I am staying convinced that I received a miracle and am totally cured...  I hope you are well...

RE: adenocarcinoma of the cervix stage 2b well differentiated

by wanttiheal65 on Sun Jul 07, 2019 05:50 PM

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On abr 19, 2017 4:13 PM miraclegirl69 wrote:

Hi wanttiheal65!  I know it's been 4.5 years since you posted this, but I too have Stage IIB2 adenocarcinoma of the cervix which was inoperable.  I was also treated with 7 weeks of external radiation with adjuvant chemotherapy and 4 weeks of brachytherapy.  How are you doing now???  My last brachy was 7 weeks ago and both the radiation oncologist (from MRI) and the gynocological oncologist (from physical exam) feel they can no longer see any cancer or tumor.  I was curious how you're doing and what, if any, side effects you have experienced over the last 5 years.  I got through treatment amazingly well, physically, mentally, and physically, but now I feel as if my body was hit by a truck!   I have my PET scan on May 30 and follow up with oncologists the following week and I am staying convinced that I received a miracle and am totally cured...  I hope you are well...

hey doing Wells still. you never know withthis friend me If your still in te site

RE: adenocarcinoma of the cervix stage 2b well differentiated

by vsaund on Sat Nov 23, 2019 11:41 PM

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I also had adenocarcoma but of the uterus 6 years ago.  I had the hysterectomy at Moffiy Center, and they said it was stage 3 C cancer.  I refused chemo,and radiation and they said I would not live long.  So, I had Protocel 50 (a liquid) waiting for me at home as I ordered it beforehand and I did recover completely.  I also remained on a cancer type diet, and slowly started to use natural products for hair, body, washing machine...you get the picture.  The book Outsmart Your Cancer has all kinds of natural cures in it, and also,has 4 chapters regarding Protocel. it's available on Amazon.Wishin g you the best of luck.  Val

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