Why I stopped seeing a doctor after being diagnosed with cystic fibrosis
I started seeing a physician for my cystic cancer and cystic leukemia, but my cyst was still growing.
The pain was so bad I had trouble walking, I could barely breathe and I could feel the inside of my throat.
I was worried I was going to die.
I had been told I had to see a specialist to see if it was something else.
The specialist I saw told me I would have to wait two years before I could see my doctor again.
I could have stopped seeing the doctor, but I didn’t.
I continued seeing my doctors because I felt like they could help me and I had a right to do so.
I saw my doctor twice, once in September 2018 and once in February 2019.
My doctor said I had the most advanced cystic cyst.
I knew I was being treated incorrectly and I wanted to be treated right.
I wanted them to know I was not in denial about the cancer.
I told them I was just scared to see my cancer again.
When I saw the first cystic in January 2019, I knew it was a serious illness and that I needed to see the doctor immediately.
They took me to the hospital and diagnosed me with a cyst in the area of my lungs.
My surgeon prescribed me a stem cell injection and gave me two months to live.
I didn´t know what to expect, but the cyst grew again and I saw a cystic specialist in February 2020.
She told me that the cysts were still growing, so she needed to give me chemotherapy again.
It was a difficult decision to make, because I knew there was nothing I could do for myself.
I started chemotherapy in November 2020, which was my last chemotherapy treatment.
But I wanted my cancer to be in remission and I didn`t want to go through that again.
My symptoms were improving.
My cancer was not progressing.
But my doctor said that I could return to seeing the specialist if the symptoms improved.
My doctors said that if I didn�t see the specialist, then I would lose my right to see her again. That didn�te sound like it was going well, so I told my doctor that I wanted the specialist to wait for my symptoms to improve.
My tumor grew again, and my doctors recommended another stem cell treatment.
I couldn`t wait any longer.
I began my chemotherapy treatment again in January 2021.
My tumors were growing again and my symptoms improved, but it still took me longer than the two years I had already been on chemotherapy.
My pain was still bad and I couldn’t walk as much as I used to, but now I could sit and talk to people and make plans for the future.
I am now in remission, but some of the other side effects have started to show up.
My lung cancer has grown back and I have started having my lung transplants.
I have my first child.
My lungs have healed, but when I go to the doctor for my next visit, I will be worried that my lung will not be functioning properly.
My cystic has also gotten better and I can walk, talk and play again.
In March 2021, my doctor told me the tumor was so advanced that I would be diagnosed with a rare form of lung cancer called Myelodysplastic Syndrome, or MS.
MS is the most common form of cancer, affecting more than 10,000 people in the United States.
My diagnosis was so hard to make that I just stopped seeing my doctor.
I kept seeing my specialist and waiting for the cancer to grow again.
But now I see my doctors twice a month for about six weeks.
The cancer has been so advanced and I was so scared, but they gave me all the time in the world to find a way to survive and heal.
I still have no idea how I will feel about going back to seeing my cysts, or whether I will have to stop seeing my specialists.
I just wish I could go back to the day when I was healthy and didn’t need to see them, but that doesn`t seem likely to happen any time soon.
It seems like it would be hard for me to keep seeing my cancer specialists and not be treated the same way.
What do you think about the diagnosis?