In this week’s installment of The Verge’s health and wellness series, we explore why I’m going into my fourth cervical cancer surgery with my partner, and how I think the process will affect my cervico-vaginal health.
I’ve always been curious about the idea of cervical cancer, and it’s been a constant theme in my life since my first diagnosis.
My first cervical cancer diagnosis, in 2010, was the result of a test done by a cancer surgeon who thought it might be a benign tumor on my cervicocervical muscle.
But when I got my second diagnosis, that diagnosis didn’t feel so good.
My cervix was very tight and tender, and I was experiencing excruciating pain in my lower abdomen.
In the end, my doctor didn’t think it was cancer.
He told me to go see a doctor who was more optimistic.
My new cancer diagnosis came in 2013, and my doctor said that my cerval ligament was too small to allow me to have the procedure.
I felt so uncomfortable and worried, so I called my doctor.
The doctor told me that I could go to the ER.
I was shocked.
He was telling me that my cervical ligament could not be removed without an incision, which was just a joke.
It’s one of those things that the doctor will always tell you is a joke, but in reality, it’s very true.
When I was diagnosed, I had to wait nearly two years to have surgery.
I spent that time living in the hospital, in constant pain and discomfort, and feeling like a total failure.
In my first few days after surgery, I would sit in my room for hours and days trying to feel as much pain as I could, but I couldn’t do it.
At that point, I started getting a little bit scared and worried that the surgery would be so painful that I would end up vomiting, and that would put me in an induced coma.
But I never let it affect me.
I kept saying to myself, I’m doing this because I have a cervix that is very tight, and even though I feel that way, I also know that it’s not going to hurt.
I just kept pushing forward and hoping that things would get better.
I felt like I was on the cusp of my first surgery, but the cancer diagnosis changed everything.
I started having pain in the morning, and then after work, I’d be feeling a lot of pain.
I thought that maybe I had a bit of an infection or something, but after the surgery, everything just went back to normal.
I went to my doctor, and he told me I had Stage IV cervical cancer.
The stage is when the cancer has spread so much that it can’t be treated.
When they found out, I was really scared.
But then, after the diagnosis, I thought I was going to die.
But luckily, I got through the surgery.
In a few months, my cancer was so bad that it had started to spread to my liver and lungs.
I had lung cancer, too, and because my liver had been so badly damaged, it had to be treated in the liver.
The surgery was extremely painful, and the chemo I had taken had made me so weak that I couldn the doctor’s call to go home.
He said I could see myself walking around the house on my own and not feeling like myself.
But it’s still hard to live with that, because I’m so strong and my cancer hasn’t spread to all of my lymph nodes.
I feel like my cancer has taken over my body.
I have severe osteoarthritis in my back, and now I’m getting arthritis in my legs.
It is getting worse, but at the same time, I can’t do anything because I feel so weak.
I can only eat soup and rice and rice balls and vegetables.
I try to eat when I’m feeling weak and don’t go for hours.
I’m constantly in pain.
If I’m sitting down, my stomach hurts.
When my stomach is hurting, I have to put it down.
And when I go to go do a run, I’ve got to go up and down and down, because my stomach doesn’t want to move.
At times, I feel completely drained and completely exhausted.
And it’s like, What are I going to do?
The last thing I want to do is end up in an emergency room.
I’m a single woman who is living with my parents, and we live on my mom’s house.
My mom works at a hospital, so we can’t afford to rent a place to live, so it’s hard for me to find a place where I can go to have an appointment.
It gets so frustrating, because every time I’m home, I get worried about my health.
I also think that the cancer is just too much for me. The