Here is a list of blogs written by women with gynecologic cancer.
I'm getting ready for chemo (or ch-eeemo as my one son likes to call it) again on Friday. Right now that means a few different things. I like the house basically clean and picked up so it doesn't bother me when I'm too tired to do much of anything.
Written by a stage III ovarian cancer survivor
Mothering Sunday, two years ago, it felt like I was barely alive. I was stuck in hospital. But it was thanks to my mum that I wasn't dead. I don't think I'll ever be able to express just how grateful I am to her. I hadn't long been out of intensive care.
A blog about ovarian cancer.
I am in a complete state of awe, joy, sorrow, amazement, gratefulness and peace. The woman at the top of this page is my beloved and dearly departed mom. She goes by Jane. She brought me into this world on this day 50 years ago.
A blog about ovarian cancer
Current CA125 level: 11Current pain level: highMood: weary and uncertain Things have been on a bit of a roller coaster since I last wrote. Everything had been starting to get better since the hysterectomy last July and I was starting to feel physically stronger.
This year I attended the OMG stupid cancer summit in Las Vegas Nevada. The experience was truly one I'll never forget and these are my thoughts and feelings on it straight from the horses mouth. The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
Yesterday was my birthday. It was filled with good food (including gluten free cupcakes, yum), presents, fun and lots of love and kindness. I was so happy that both my children were able to be at home all day, which is unusual due to their work schedules.
It is February 3rd and today as everyday, I think of my little sister Beth. When Beth was only 27 years old she was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent a mastectomy and the whole nine yards of 1980's style chemotherapy. At the time, we couldn't understand how one so young could "just get" this terrible disease.
"The beauty of the soul, the real me and the real you, outshines the effects of cancer, chemotherapy, and radiation." Karen Ingalls was named a winner for the 2013 National Indie Excellence Awards in one category: women's health. Also a finalist in the 2012 Midwest Book Awards for two categories: health and self-help.
Just another WordPress.com weblog (by Joanie)
We were made to be courageous - promoting ovarian cancer awareness
A little bit louder, and a little bit worse (by Alicia Louise)
Tracey United Kingdom On November 24th 2006 i was diagnosed with Ovarian & Endometrial Cancer at the ripe old age of 42. My Oncologist said it was very unusual for someone to have two types of cancer going on in the same area, but hey thats me!
Make a fashion statement for ovarian cancer awareness. Use the latest trends to show your support for ovarian cancer. We love teal! (by Take Back Teal)
Don't you love how life has this way of throwing you a curve ball? Dead battery before work, sick kids on a Monday morning. I don't care who you are you had one thrown your way. I had one thrown my way this February, but it wasn't just any curve ball, it was one in the dirt, waaay outside.
Welcome to a space dedicated to the process of livingly dying - staring at imminent mortality and yet residing in the world of the living. More and more of us are finding the words terminally ill and chronic illness co-mingle. We are living longer and better despite a dire diagnosis/prognosis.
Celebrating the strength of cancer survivors
My account of the bold bald battle
There is no way of knowing what the future may hold, and I certainly did not expect the following story to ever be a part of my treatment history. Alas, I remain optimistic. Following a debulking surgery and four rounds of systemic chemotherapy in 2014, I enjoyed a year of disease-free PET/CT scans throughout 2015. Just days…