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cancer in uterus

By Anonymous March 17, 2012 - 3:45pm
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Hello I'm Ridi, my girlfriend has a cancer in uterus she is 21 yrs old and she discovered about her that she was sick two yrs ago.... she is taking some medicines to stop the cancer from growing... the cancer is male and this is a good news but the problem is that she doesn't tell me to much about her sickness.... the symptoms that I have seen in her are....
1- she had bleeding before menopause
2- depression extreme anxiety and insomnia and also if she try to have sex with me she lose consciousness....

I'm really worried about her, I don't know if she is trying to cheat me or really she couldn't support the sex? she says to me that she feels bat and it hurts to her even if I try to touch her in her vagina's ....
3- she lose her consciousness even if her hormones are working after warmer kisses...
I am worried about her... what could I do to help her because I don't know to much about the cancer in uterus... pls tell me what is the baddest case with cancer in uterus?

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Hi Anonymous,

Thank you for your question and welcome to Empowher. I am sorry that your girlfriend is having so many difficulties with cancer while she is so young. I am not sure if all these symptoms are associated with the "cancer" itself.

I know you two are young but is there a chance that you can attend a doctors appointment with her? These may be questions that you may want to explain to her and her doctor, especially if she is passing out during sex. This does not seem to be associated. I hope this helps, keep us posted.


March 18, 2012 - 12:15pm
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