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Post Menopause and Uterine Cancer

Post: #1
03-18-2012, 08:14 PM
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Post Menopause and Uterine Cancer


My grandmother recently had uterine cancer. She is long past menopause. She had bleeding off and on for years after. It is important for woman to seek medical help if this occurs as it can be a sign of cancer but it can also be a sign of other medical conditions.



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Post: #2
03-19-2012, 12:49 AM
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RE: Post Menopause and Uterine Cancer


I think any sort of bleeding, regardless of your age or the site of the bleeding occurs, should be checked out. Even during menopause, it's important to stay in touch with your doctor as your body changes and could signal other changes and problems along the way.

Is your grandmother okay now? Were they able to catch it in time?



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Post: #3
04-10-2012, 12:44 PM
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Post Menopause and Uterine Cancer


(03-18-2012 08:14 PM)KCareConnections Wrote:  My grandmother recently had uterine cancer. She is long past menopause. She had bleeding off and on for years after. It is important for woman to seek medical help if this occurs as it can be a sign of cancer but it can also be a sign of other medical conditions.


I am 66 years old and diagnosed three years ago with uterine cancer. Last year an MRI did not locate any tumors. Three years ago I was encouraged to have surgery to remove my uterus but I have never felt surgery was the answer - it is more of an invasion if anything else. I decided to research it further and found natural food therapies that made sense. The body was created to stay healthy. I found that we are constantly bombarding it with toxic food from our grocery stores! Such highly processed food with its perservatives (toxic), additives (toxic), and sometimes antibiotics (toxic in that it affects our immune system), are only hurting us, not keeping us healthy. So I decided not to eat anything that came in a can, bottle, jar, box or bag - they all are processed foods. I wanted natural organic foods to help heal my body which I believed (really believed) could cure me. Apparently, three years later, it worked. It is okay to listen to doctors but also think about the way we were created and how humans have been able to survive for thousands of years without high technology and highly processed foods. If you think about it, farmers in Siberia have a better source of food than we do. Even our drinking water, which is processed with chlorine, fluorides, and sometimes pesticides, is toxic to us. Distilled or bottled (reverse osmosis) water causes our body to expel minerals we need to stay healthy. If you have a well on your land, you are extremely lucky - and healthy! If I had been raised on a organic food diet, my health would most likely be 100% better than it is today - but its healing slowly and the difference is amazing! I hope you will consider researching this further so you can cure whatever is affecting you today. I wish you the best...!



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Post: #4
06-07-2012, 09:46 AM
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RE: Post Menopause and Uterine Cancer


​hi, after the diagnosed with the uterine cancer, try to recover by the medicines. If not possible the best option is to do surgery. A hysterectomy may be performed as a traditional surgery. After surgery their are the chances of fully recover from the uterine cancer.



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