I guess it has been about 2yrs now that we found out my mother had stage 4 bladder cancer so she had her surgery and they took out her bladder and now she has a stoma. Well for a while now she has had a hernia. This hurnia is the size of a baseball. She is ALWAYS in pain I mean so bad that she screams and crys. It kills me to see her like that. She says she is to scared to go to the doctors. My mother looks sickly, lost so much weight, always in pain and has no life she is depressed all the time. But on the same hand she tells me all the time she doesn't know if the fight is worth fighting. I understand I do but this is killing me.... I am also trying to tell her the hurnia can be cancerous.
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