SP Premium
Walking Guide
Group photo
Author:
CD16108783 SparkPoints: (599)
Fitness Minutes: (274)
Posts: 13
1/22/16 8:19 A

Send Private Message
Reply
Welcome! I'm so happy you are doing well. You look beautiful in your picture. I just finished chemotherapy and not so patiently waiting to see something grow on my shiny head. I love hearing survivor stories like yours. They bring lots of hope.

FLRED12's Photo FLRED12 Posts: 11,186
1/21/16 8:12 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Welcome back Seaton! emoticon I applaud your great attitude. I am glad you are doing well.

Co-Leader Chair Exercise Team
Co-Leader Surviving Cancer Team

"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." - Chinese philosopher Laozi
SIMPLELIFE4REAL's Photo SIMPLELIFE4REAL Posts: 9,712
1/21/16 12:36 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Welcome Seaton! I'm glad you are doing well.

Kay from Tennessee



 August Minutes: 0
0
62.5
125
187.5
250
PEPPERMINT125's Photo PEPPERMINT125 Posts: 2,551
1/21/16 12:09 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Welcome back to Sparks! Great story and great attitude! Will keep you in prayers for continued good health and no more cancer!

Patty
EST Grand Rapids Michigan (yes same time zone as Maine)

You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream. C.S. Lewis

It is not enough to take steps which may some day lead to a goal; each step must be itself a goal and a step likewise.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


 August Minutes: 0
0
337.5
675
1012.5
1350
SEATON88's Photo SEATON88 SparkPoints: (954)
Fitness Minutes: (641)
Posts: 9
1/21/16 9:49 A

Send Private Message
Reply


Good morning everyone..I couldn't remember if i'd posted my story when returning back to Sparks or not so, here it goes again...
I was diagnosed with lymphoma in my spleen in 2009, after going through many CT scans and even being told by one dr. to go home and drink some Maalox. Thank God my family dr. didn't agree with him and sent me to another dr. where I had a bone marrow biopsy and was then diagnosed with the lymphoma. Funny thing is, I cried more about the thought of having to lose my hair then I did of having the disease itself. Mainly because, I can remember when my mother was going through the same thing and me telling her "mom it's only your hair". How stupid of a remark I'd made to her. Anyhow, I went through some chemotherapy and got my hair back. Then, in 2013, the lymphoma was back in my spleen again and I had to have my spleen removed. So far, I am doing great. For those that are going through cancer treatments, just hang in there and keep the faith!!!!

Page: 1 of (1)  

Report Innappropriate Post

Other Surviving Cancer CPR: Cares, Prayers and Rejoicing! Posts

Topics:
Last Post:



Thread URL: https://wellcoach.sparkpeople.com/myspark/team_messageboard_thread.asp?board=5424x3593x63481511

Review our Community Guidelines