Help-my 37 year old husband diagnosed with urachal neuroendocrine adenocarcinoma

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Help-my 37 year old husband diagnosed with urachal neuroendocrine adenocarcinoma

by bepositive0907 on Mon Oct 27, 2014 11:11 AM

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hi all,

my husband was diagnosed with the abovementioned about a year and a half back. he has been through a lot since then. various chemos, intense radiation. ita painful for me to see him like this,and its affecting my mental stability. i love him too much and cant picture him in pain.. we also have a 5 month old daughter. really dont know what the future holds for us.

any inputs or tips would be appreciated.

RE: Help-my 37 year old husband diagnosed with urachal neuroendocrine adenocarcinoma

by MaryLB on Tue Nov 11, 2014 05:56 AM

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On Oct 27, 2014 11:11 AM bepositive0907 wrote:

hi all,

my husband was diagnosed with the abovementioned about a year and a half back. he has been through a lot since then. various chemos, intense radiation. ita painful for me to see him like this,and its affecting my mental stability. i love him too much and cant picture him in pain.. we also have a 5 month old daughter. really dont know what the future holds for us.

any inputs or tips would be appreciated.

Hi there, all I can do is tell you to care for him at home as much as you can. Also get help from family, friends, and co workers. Even a neighbor, people you can trust of course. You will need time to breathe, time to get away for a moment. It makes you a better caregiver. Sorry that you are going through this and I feel really bad that your husband is going through this. Hospice is a really good program to have to give all the pain meds he might need if he gets to that point. They really are all about keeping the patient comfortable. My mother was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in March 2014, she passed away on October 12th 2014. I moved into her house and kept her home till the very end. I couldn't imagine putting her in a home. It was rough and tough, but I did it. I had some help from others but at night, it was just her and I. In the end she was in diapers, a hospital bed ,and could not do anything for herself. I'm grateful she's no longer suffering. Stay on this site, people here got me through everything I had to go through. They kept me from falling apart. Hugs and prayers to you and yours, Mary

RE: Help-my 37 year old husband diagnosed with urachal neuroendocrine adenocarcinoma

by Oakshield on Sat Mar 14, 2015 05:36 AM

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Thank you for you post. My grandfather passed away 2 years ago. And even now is so sad to think about it. Take care of your husband and hope he will get better. 

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