I have had my diagnosis for two weeks today.My family is acting like the diagnosis is the same as treatment.Has anyone else had this experience? I have been in ALOT of pain over the weekend through today, and have shed a gallon of tears.I was supposed to get my Lupron shot today and got myself prepared for the appointment.I am afraid of the side effects and nightmare stories, but am willing to give it a try before a hysterectomy. Guess what? They hadn't gotten it certified by insurance yet so I might have to wait another month! (My daughter is getting married in four weeks- I need to be on top of my game!)I have asked my husband to please give me some extra affection after I was diagnosed.Then he didn't even touch me for a week.He is out of town on business and when he calls home he only wants to talk about work or buying a camper-when he is home he changes the subject if I bring it up.I got angry with him this afternoon and told him to leave me alone so I could take care of myself.Â I feel so alone. I hope someone can relate and respond to me.
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