Dating after ovarian cancer
If you think you may be at risk, you should discuss it with your doctor.
I want to know if anyone else fighting cancer has tried to get back into the "dating scene" after treatment.
Having a risk factor does not mean that you will get cancer.
Not having risk factors doesn’t mean that you will not get cancer.
Too bad CSN doesn't have a singles chat room or a personals section of the website for those of us who are not married.
I had a difficult time meeting women BEFORE cancer because I am not as outgoing as most guys, now with a big ugly scar on my neck it's even harder to meet single women.
I told him I would completely understand if didn’t want to stay with me while I was sick.
I am 45 and have had thyroid cancer and renal cancer plus I still have a bone marrow disorder called meylofibrosis which is affecting my kidneys, liver and spleen.I have two kids, two grandchildren, and I had just started dating a wonderful man named Robert.After having known him for 10 years, we had finally gotten together. My doctors told me a hysterectomy, appendectomy, and 18 weeks of chemotherapy would hopefully clear it. The bloating, the heavy bleeding, and the exhaustion were probably part of being a woman in my mid-50s, I told myself.
I hadn’t missed a pap smear; I exercised—what else could it be?I have recurring Ovarian Cancer and I try to be honest about it with men I meet. I know this may seem like a ridiculous problem compared to our battles however, I want to live my life to the fullest.