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Julia Ann Merced
Dec 18, 2019 Latest post:
Dec 18, 2019
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On October 1, 2019 I was diagnosed with advanced endometrial uterine cancer stage 3C1 I had visited the hospital in the past year at lest 12-15 times I was admitted each time for iron infusions or blood transfusing. Had numerous internal sonogram and they continued to miss a cancer cysts over 5cmx4.3 it’s crazy but it’s real. I was told 8/18 my uterine and repoductive system was perfectly amazing. Then to have a full hysterectomy on 10/18 how bizarre is that.
I had my smart port surgery 11/7 Was suppose to start chemotherapy 11/25 but due to lack of insurance it was delayed until charities will pick up my case.
I started chemotherapy 12/12/19 with My Lola by my side And my chemo is taxol and carboplatin The pain I felt after in 12/14 was truly insane I actually asked Papa ( my name for Jesus) to bring me home. I don’t wish it on anyone I was told my nurse Línda there is a shot they can give me but due to that am a charity case or was NOT approved How inhumane are we in Great America health insurance This is insane. But true story
I will contribute to figure out a WAY that no other CANCER patient has to endure this situation.