Predict 2.0

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  • LucyELucyE Member Posts: 295
    edited January 13
    These tools are very general. I take don’t take them that seriously. Trust your doctors, make your choices and don’t look back. If cancer gets you, it gets you. It’s always in the shadows. 
  • DearBDearB Member Posts: 102
    I just feel like what did I do wrong  
  • DearBDearB Member Posts: 102
    This stupid thing I just did another long woe is me and it only printed the first bit.  Anyway.  Less woe and more happiness.    
  • Summerhill38Summerhill38 Regional Vic Member Posts: 644
    Hi there @DearB
    You probably did nothing wrong !
    As has been said, these things are a guide only and your treatment team are the ones likely to know what is applicable to you.
    Wait and ask questions at your next appointment - no good stressing about things which may not be.
    Summer  :)
  • LucyELucyE Member Posts: 295
    Sorry @DearB that sounded harsher than I meant it to. I just mean, you can't change the past.Take care. 
  • DearBDearB Member Posts: 102
    All good god I don’t take offence to much believe me.    
  • primekprimek Broken HillMember Posts: 3,540
    Why would you think the treatment would increase your risk of ovarian cancer?
  • DearBDearB Member Posts: 102
    I think tamoxifen increases the risk of ovarian cancer.   ????  Am I wrong 
  • lrb_03lrb_03 Member Posts: 474
    Hi @DearB. Tamoxifen slightly increases the risk of endometrial cancer, not ovarian cancer.  Having said that, the consensus is that the benefits outweigh the risks.  
    Again, ask these questions at your next appointment
    Take care, 
    Lyn
  • ZoffielZoffiel Regional VictoriaMember Posts: 1,027
    @DearB the stats surrounding chemo can be quite distressing. Increases in survival rates are frequently 1 - 5 % Which, if you know about tools like this, can make decisions very, very difficult to make.
  • DearBDearB Member Posts: 102
    Thanks ladies I will cease banging about this.  Today’s a new day.  
  • SoldierCrabSoldierCrab Bathurst NSW Member Posts: 1,372
    @DearB I agree listen to your Oncologist mine like Afraser's showed me this tool also and explained the reasons why he was suggesting the treatments he was and what he would be doing if it was himself. 
    I felt and still do 5 years out with NO evidence of disease I made the right choices for me. 
    Breathe in and let it out, ask you onco for information about this and his/her view of it in light of why they are suggesting your treatment plan ahead.
    Hugs 
    Soldiercrab
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