Endometrial cancer. I was shocked to say the least. I had a D&C and hysteroscopy 2 weeks ago to remove polyps. I knew they would be sending samples for pathology but really didn't think this would be the result. I was told that it's Stage 1 and I'm going to have a hysterectomy. My doc is referring me to a gynecologic oncologist in Memphis and that's pretty much all I know at this point. I got the news this morning and thought I was doing okay until I tried to go to sleep tonight. How do I turn it off and get some rest? I haven't a good cry with my Mom yet, she's been sick herself and in the hospital this week. I can't bring myself to tell her until she's back home and feeling better. I am so thankful that my hubby will be right there with me during all this (of course he went right to sleep tonight and is snoring away). I feel like my entire world changed in the blink of any eye and at the moment, I have no control at all.
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