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I was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of the endocervix. About a year ago I ended up in the ER with severe abdominal pain. I went through blood tests, a vaginal sonogram, and a CT scan. I was told that I had cysts on my ovaries and cervix but nothing to be concerned about. I was having irregular periods that I chalked up to the cysts. I continued on with life suffering through what I thought was cysts causing issues. Fast forward to now I was having more and more weird symptoms. Irregular bleeding, back gain, pelvic pain, and fatigue. I decided I needed to be checked out again. I had a Pap smear, and the DO was concerned with what she saw and referred me to a Gynecologist. I then had another pap and biopsy, and the Gynecologist was also concerned with what she saw. After my biopsy she sent me to the hospital for a CT scan and blood work. I followed up with her the next day and she informed me that what was identified as a cyst a year ago is now being identified as a tumor that has doubled in size on my cervix. The biopsy results came back positive for adenocarcinoma of the endocervix.  The next step was an MRI and meeting with my gyno oncologist. The MRI appears that it is localized but I won’t know for sure until my PET scan. I’ve got an appointment for my PET scan then a follow up with my gyno oncologist, then the cancer oncologist who will be going over chemo treatment, then I will be back again for the radiation consult.

I’m very stressed and overwhelmed I feel like everything is moving so fast but not fast enough at the same time. I’m just trying to stay positive. I will give updates and follow on appointments as I navigate through this process.


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