What To Do At 35? Help!!

Over the last few months my life has been full of surprises... the latest was an abnormal pap that turned into a biopsy then a second one ...OUCH!! to a D&C and then finally being diagnosed with cancer of the endometrium in only a month's time... Although, aside from the occasional emotional breakdown, i seem to be taking this well.

I'm only 35 and do not have any children yet. My hope was to someday have a child and now i'm faced with the decision to have a full hysterectomy or try to fight it aggressively...Geez..could they have given me a bit more time? So far, everyone I've spoken to has recommended that I go ahead and have the hysterectomy yet, none of them are in my position or as young as I am. I know they mean well and I take their suggestions and concerns into consideration but, i want to hear from someone that has experienced this first hand.

I want to make my decision based on the experiences others who have personally lived this.

Has anyone here been in a similar situation? What was your decision and what was the outcome? What would you have done differently? Any information will be appreciated.

Thank you and I wish you all well.
ccnotalone ccnotalone
36-40, F
3 Responses Dec 6, 2012

I'm a little older than you and wanted to have a baby with my current husband. I chose the hysterectomy because I wanted to head off any possibility of the disease spreading. It was emotionally very painful. The only upshot being not having monthly periods anymore.

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I my self was diagnosed with cancer at 33,but obviously not the same ,I had bone cancer in the spine (eweings sarcoma) it was squashing my spinal cord which was leaving me with no feeling below my chest .It was in t3,4,5. Doctors. Gave me a 30percent chance of walking and keeping my bodily functions. I was fever stated thought I was gone until I meet a young man who had beat it himself and said mind over matter,think well ,diet well . The mind is very powerful and the body listens to it. I am walking ,have all my functions and put down to positive thinking.