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kcookemt To the beginning of a new life!....Maybe..


9 Days post op

Apr 03 2011

So I thought everything was going great. Turns out I may end up needing lupron :0( I went back to work yesterday, and had alot of pain where my endo was. I don't know if its from the scar tissue, incision (even though I only have internal incisions there, from where I had my appendix out with this surgery, and idk where else they may have stitched). I have my post op on the 9th. 

I've started to sink into a depression, as I thought I had beat this. Does cancer cause so much pain? Also how long did it take for your incisions, inside and out, to feel better? 



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written by scorpioj, April 04, 2011
I am sorry you are hurting both physically and emotionally. Everyone heals in their time in their way. Talking with someone helps a good friend, a family member, people here and a psychologist/therapist can be of great help to healing and coping. The main thing is to not isolate yourself from others, pace yourself at work, rest when you can and need to, take care of your health, eat well balanced meals lots of fruits and veggies, sleep, some exercise pamper yourself and talk to us often. If you want to talk more indepth and personal feel free to PM me
scorpioj

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