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Is it my mom's turn now??

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This topic contains 6 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by  Suzanne 14 years, 6 months ago.

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  • #5865

    concern
    Member

    Dear Friends,

    As some of you remember, I lost my dad(68) to AML last October. As my mom (who looked after my dad day and night), my sister and I were learning to deal with our tragedy, I have had more bad news. My mom(65) has 2 cysts in her ovaries.. I dont even want to think what this may mean.. I am praying to God that our nightmare comes to an end… please pray for my family.

    Concern

    #5866

    eve
    Member

    hopefully the cysts are benign

    prayers are with you and your family

    eve

    #5867

    Terri
    Member

    Oh Concern, I am so sorry, Keeping you still in my prayers with your Mom and family.

    I hope you find they are benign

    #5868

    LRG
    Member

    Concern
    I am so sorry. I couldn’t imagine what are you going through. I am sending prayers your way for you and your family. Please keep us posted.

    Lori

    #5869

    concern
    Member

    Dear Freinds,

    Thank you for your good wishes.. every bit helps a lot ..I will keep you posted.

    Concern

    #5870

    Donna
    Member

    Hi Concern,
    Cysts on ovaries are actually very common, many women develop them. Ovaries are very capable of producing all sorts of wierd things because of the hormones involved. My Dr. told me of cysts that actually have hair and teeth!!. I’m sure your mom will be fine.

    Donna

    #5871

    Suzanne
    Member

    We will all hope they are the common garden variety and nothing to worry about. Your family certainly does not need another trama do deal with. Keep us posted.

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