Part three and recent parts of my fight with cervical cancer
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Bringing in the Big Guns
After the experience where I was left stranded on an operating table, I had grown animosity toward that doctor that performed my surgery. I refused to see her, and I refused to go through any more procedures. It didn’t matter. I had lost my insurance again and there was nothing I could possibly do. The only other option was to return to the clinic so that they could slowly kill me with their negligence.
I did break down and go to the clinic, but only for a required Pap to receive birth control. I…
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wow, I didn’t know this. I went through a period of “abnormal cells” which caused me to have to be scraped and tested a lot. My paranoid had a ball with that. I can’t imaging what you went through with so much at stake. I hope this is something that has been successfully resolved. (((hugs)))
So far, so good. My test results came back good over the past year, so I’m looking okay. I’m hoping this is something that doesn’t come back. It’s a virus, so if my immune system is compromised badly enough, it might. I am terrified of having to go through it all over again. It was just so painful. I want to be able to put it in my past.