Thanks for listening and giving me some advice on what to do. I will let you know what's said. I get nervous about cancer because I have 4 different kinds that run in my family. But wha's scarier for me is the fact that I had a Cervixal Cancer scare back when I was 19 yrs old. I know that by the way I talk I sound like I'm older then I am but I'm actually only 28 yrs old. Thanks again for the helpView Thread
After I showed the symptoms to my husband for ovarian cancer and I read them off him and I would agree that I had the symptom and frequently. So I called my Primary Care the very next morning so I could get into see my OB/GYN. Because when I had my 2nd son when I was 19 I went through a Cervixal Cancer scare.View Thread
I have to urinate frequently, I'm constipated a lot, I get short of breath easily, I have pressure and bloating and discomfort, nausea and indigestion sometimes really bad gas not smelly or anything, then i have a lot of unexplained weight loss, I went from 180 to 150 in 2 and 1/2 months plus I have experienced some really weird bleeding especially concidering I don't have a uterus also i have been feeling full like I had just eaten a full course meal and i only eat maybe 5 or 6 bites and at times the food has a funny taste although i have eaten it before.
I had to have my uterus, cervix and tubes removed because of endometiosisView Thread
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