My Story – Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer: Six-Month Checkup Yesterday

   Six months have passed already since my total robotic hysterectomy—and four since my vaginal radiation treatments. Yesterday, I saw my gynecologic oncologist/surgeon, who took a peek and said I'm well healed with no evidence of recurrence. I do have some light vaginal discharge and need to wear a pantyliner all the time, so the… Continue reading My Story – Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer: Six-Month Checkup Yesterday

Do you always have to do what the doctor says? Part 2: When the answer may be NO

Informed decisions require weighing all factors. Don't get caught in a bubble of confusion— you might not escape (at least not on foot if you had a ruptured tendon, as I did . . .). Read Part 1, When the answer is YES, about completing radiating treatments for cancer. In Part 1, When the answer is YES, I promised to tell… Continue reading Do you always have to do what the doctor says? Part 2: When the answer may be NO