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  • 1 day ago

    Sudden feeling of being cross eyed

    Yesterday I had an aurora migrane, today I felt fine but as I was playing on my phone I got the sudden feeling I couldn't see straight like my eyes were crossed. I've never had this happen and it was terrifying! Please help, has anyone experienced this?
  • Ascitis in early stage Ovarian Cancer

    My mom who is 60 began retaining fluid in her abdomen a few weeks ago. Initial bloodwork, ultra sound and CT scan came back fine, clear, no masses or tumors found or visible. Upon more extensive bloodwork and analyzing the fluid they found ovarian cancer cells. Her Dr said it must be in early stages because there is NO other evidence of any cancer aside from cells in the fluid. Everything I've read directly correlates ascitis in OC as late or end stage... has anyone else been diagnosed with ascitis....
  • 2 days ago

    Does this look like melanoma

    I don't remember when this showed up on my skin, maybe 4 years ago. I never got it checked until recently. My pcp wasn't to concerned but I am going to go to a dermatologist anyway. I am waiting for my referral and I am feeling really nervous! I am just wondering if anyone thinks this looks cancerous. Also if it is how worried I should be that it's been there so long. I know no one can say for sure online but I would just like some opinions. Thank you.

  • 2 days ago

    Brain Tumor Symptoms in Hindi

    Want to know about Brain tumor symptoms in hindi
  • Prostate Question

    I am 65 years old. I was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer. I have a question about the prostate, in general. During my lifetime I have been exposed to a plethora of carcinogens - lead, mercury, second hand smoke, radiation, severe sun burns, oil refineries, etc. So, why the prostate? What is it about the prostate that made it more susceptible than any other part of my body?
  • 4 days ago

    CEA Blood Test?

    Does anyone know what this test is for, I also can't find the results on the test results sheet. It came to my attention because it's almost $150 and Medicare refuses to pay for it. I tried to look it up and it seems to be related to cancer. I have a lousy doc he didn't even mention it when he went over the blood tests with me. I think this man has PTSD or some other condition that causes explosive outbursts. I'm afraid to ask him anything especially if he's in a good mood. Normally....
  • 5 days ago

    Advice Is Needed (Adenoid-Cystic-Carcinoma/ Advanced Rare Cancer \

    Hi, my dad was diagnosed with cancer early 2011, in June I believe, but the cancer had been present before June for around 18 months and was played off as an infection, unfortunately it was not, we have tried Beclofen, Ibuprofen, Pregablin, Buscopan, Oxycodone, Citalopram, Ranitidine, Duloxetine, Lidocaine patches, Fentanyl morphine patches, this is the medication my dad is on daily but unfortunately it is not working. Later in June on the MRI scan they discovered the large tumour, and further into....
  • 6 days ago

    Types of blood cancer?

    Which are the 3 different types of blood cancer?

  • PSA Checking after 10 years

    I underwent a radical retropubic prostatectomy for prostate cancer at the Mayo Clinic in May 2005. Gleason score 4+3 pT2b. Pretreatment PSA was 24.7. Mayo uses as their standard for undectable PSA to be less than 0.10 ng/ml. For ten years after the surgery, I have maintained an undectable PSA of less than 0.10 ng/ml. I was checking PSA every 6 months during this time period. My last PSA test was September 2015 which is 10 years plus since the surgery. After the 9-15 PSA check, I discussed PSA checking....