i'm a breast cancer surviour and recently i undergo the removal of both ovaries and uterus tubes.
Hello yeng and welcome to DC. My goodness you have overcome so much! I would imagine that joining a support group for cancer survivors could be quite beneficial to you. Congratulations to you and I wish you many more years of happiness and years more of being dis-ease free, too.
I am not sure what your question really is though. After undergoing all of these surgeries... I would hope that your oncologist has a plan for you - like check-ups, for instance... or further treatments, if that is warranted.
Can you add some more to your comment, please, so that we can better answer the questions you may have?
Welcome to DC yeng! I agree with Mary that you need to discuss with your doctor his plans for your treatment. You did not say if the ovaries and fallopian tubes were removed due to cancer. If you are looking for support and understanding for what you are going through, you have come to the right place. Everyone on DC is so caring and genuine. I, too, am a cancer survivor (multiple myeloma). If your cancer has come back, I truly do understand how you feel. I always have described it that when the doctor told me I had cancer, I went into a vacuum. My world was stuck in that moment for a few weeks. The rest of the world went on around me, but I wasn't connected to it -- I was stuck. The concern and understanding of other patients and survivors, as well as my church family, brought me out of the "haze". The cancer support group on DC is great. I encourage you to join. I will add you as a friend so that you can send me a private question if you want to talk. I'm here for you and I know many, many other members are too. God bless you! You're not alone.
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