I have heard that sometimes when physicians conduct a hysterectomy where the uterus was shredded/broken down and removed through small incisions then biopsied, cancerous cells could be detected during the biopsy. And that the presence of those cancerous cells may remain in the abdominal cavity post-procedure, which may spread and continue to develop. Some women who this happened to ended up having to go through a intense radiation therapy treatment to remove the cancerous cells.Continue reading
Share Your Story : Nikkia
Nikkia was diagnosed when she was 23 years old. Now 31, she lives in Arizona and she and her husband are trying to conceive their second child. Please keep them in your prayers as they are facing the difficult decision of a hysterectomy due to the complications of her illness.
Nikkia’s Journey: Endometriosis has a long history in my family. My grandmother passed away at a young age of endometrium cancer (the lining of the uterus). My mother has had two surgeries to removed fibroids to the point it didn’t help so they did a partial hysterectomy. For me I started noticing sharp pelvic pain when I was 22 . My husband and I was trying to conceive but was unsuccessful.Continue reading