was 34 when i was told i had 6 months to live cause i had rectal cancer it was already in my lift notes. i have a 6 year old which was 4 at the time he has special needs.i found out bout it on june 4th will never forget that day had surgery on september 20,2010.had an infection ever since people think they understand when they truely don't its hard being a single mom of a special needs and having to deal with all this im tired alot.this was suppose to be reversed now there telling me i might have to keep the ostomy bag im always in constant pain and most doctors think im stupid cause im young i didnt go to the cancer ferry and ask for cancer it was giving to me. i have a car that i never know were it will get me if it will break down or not?just wish there was some help for single moms that go through this.my only income is my sons social security and child support when he pays adds up to bout 700 dollars if im lucky and thats when i get child support if no support i get 457 dollars how do you live on that any advice for me out there for us.View Thread
was 34 diagnoist with colon cancer its not easy to deal with depending on age sometimes is the factor if there is help that he can get i know its hard trust me i was supposed to have a reversal done now there telling me i may have to keep the ostomy bag forever. just be strong as you can. and i understand you being mad bout not being told.View Thread
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