I was diagnosed the first time with ovarian cancer was on Thanksgiving Day in 2001. The second time was in 2005. I have been cancer free for 7 years now and I have never fought so hard for something in my life. I spent 4 days a week between 3-8 hrs a day in chemo therapy. When they found the cyst I was told it was as large as a football, and the second time it was as large as a softball. Just when I thought I have seen the last of my days I used all of my strength and determination to pull through. I spent a little over a month in hospitals getting sick each and everyday. It is now 2012, I'm 30 years old and I'm in remission. If you currently have cancer or are a cancer survivor you know how hard it is to go through. I hope this story will touch many hearts just as the ones I have read touched mine. Congratulations and good luck to everyone!
blueeyes30 blueeyes30
26-30, F
3 Responses Jun 14, 2012

Hi Hun if you don't mind me asking, what were your symptoms?

Thank you for your story and good luck in the future. Your story gives me hope for my wife. God Bless, David

Thank you for your story. I have some hope from reading it.