Mother Survived

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Re: Mother Survived

Postby PaperBoyz » Tue Jan 08, 2013 12:55 pm

That is so horrifying to have to deal with and im sure now that you are older you are very thankful for how lucky she was
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Re: Mother Survived

Postby sheema » Wed May 29, 2013 4:58 pm

My mother had uterine cancer when i was younger and I remember her in and out of hospitals, and surgery after surgery. Nothing nice to go through. I feel for any person young or old that has to watch their parent, child, or loved one go through and fight this disease.
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Re: Mother Survived

Postby HazMatMatt » Tue Jul 02, 2013 4:32 pm

Great story, so glad it didn't end how I imagined.
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Re: Mother Survived

Postby livingmylife » Thu Jul 04, 2013 1:45 pm

my best friend died of cancer about 8 years ago. To think everything is okay and then one day go to the doctor for a prenatal check up and find out that you will only live ling enough to give birth, is the most painful thing in the world. She got married to her boyfriend in the hospital, as she was admitted at 5 months to prolong her life and keep her sustained enough to deliver, an a week after her daughter was born, she passed. To sit and watch a child hood friend, someone I went o school with, someone i argued with, laughed with cried with, who we shared stories of our first everything from the girly menstrual to the first kiss, our first sexual encounter, to watch them deteriorate right before your eyes, and lose their fight with life after giving life, has been the most heart breaking, most humbling, most soulful awakening I could have ever been taught. I ma glad she was the one to teach me. Her daughter looks just like her, is named after her, and her father takes very good care of her. We miss you Nadine.
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Re: Mother Survived

Postby LadyKarma00 » Mon Aug 05, 2013 3:35 pm

I really cant take the fact that we still have uncurable diseases in this age. You feel so helpless when you hear someone has cancer you just ache for them.
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Re: Mother Survived

Postby USmilitary » Tue Dec 03, 2013 12:00 pm

livingmylife wrote :
> my best friend died of cancer about 8 years ago. To think everything is
> okay and then one day go to the doctor for a prenatal check up and find out
> that you will only live ling enough to give birth, is the most painful
> thing in the world. She got married to her boyfriend in the hospital, as
> she was admitted at 5 months to prolong her life and keep her sustained
> enough to deliver, an a week after her daughter was born, she passed. To
> sit and watch a child hood friend, someone I went o school with, someone i
> argued with, laughed with cried with, who we shared stories of our first
> everything from the girly menstrual to the first kiss, our first sexual
> encounter, to watch them deteriorate right before your eyes, and lose their
> fight with life after giving life, has been the most heart breaking, most
> humbling, most soulful awakening I could have ever been taught. I ma glad
> she was the one to teach me. Her daughter looks just like her, is named
> after her, and her father takes very good care of her. We miss you Nadine.



Dont ever forget her and she will be forever grateful
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Re: Mother Survived

Postby CaIming » Mon Apr 21, 2014 11:16 am

Charity wrote :
> My mother had a lumpectomy when I was really young and I remember being at
> the hospital waiting for her to get out of surgery. Everyone down played in
> because I was so young but I remember losts of adults hugging and crying
> wishing her luck. She recovered from it with no traces of cancer and never
> had to get a mastectomy either. I think my experience would have been a lot
> worse if I knew how dangerous breast cancer was at the time but I consider
> myself very lucky to have not lost my mother to breast cancer at such a
> young age.

Thank goodness everything ended up okay!
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