My partner dropped the bombshell, the doctor said I have ovarian cancer, both ovaries show a 'mass' encapsulated following ultrasound and other testing. Am shocked, and scared for her and what happens now. But don't know how to help. Next appointment this week to see the specialist and discuss surgery and the examination of tissue. From what I've been told the cancer has not spread, but don't know how thus can be certain without the samples having been tested. Panic and fear fill the space that should be filled with details from the doctors. Reading some of the entries I now know that the diagnosis is not a 'death sentence' but a start point to plan the future, just where does the partner obtain the details and ability to understand and help. I just don't want to loose her or see a pain both physical and emotional without doing all I can
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