Yes...there is a very long, upsetting story behind it, but pathology came back yeterday and there was more cancer hidden in scar tissue. They found a good sized tumor on my uteris wall, but knowing the Dr.didn't see this means that we have no idea what else is out there either. It makes me VERY nervous. Based on the size, it would appear that this tumor survived the heated chemo the first time and grew in scar tissue. My abodmen is FULL of scar tissue...so I have to admit, I am brokenhearted at the thought of what else might be looming.
Also, the reason I did this surgery was to do a needed hysterectomy , eliminate the pain I've been n the last months, remove any cancer found and most importantly...DO THE HEATED CHEMO...which is an amazing resource and has the potential to save my life. I'm so grateful fo the hysterectomy, because that is how they found this hidden tumor. But I am disheartened that the dr. missed the opportunity to make a big difference in my battle with this pesky disease. Thanks for your continued prayers and thoughts! I continue to feel so blessed despite the unending trials. Our life experience is largely a matter of our perspective, isn't it? My process remains...each time a new trial is dumped on you...find the silver lining, no matter how small or descrete. There will ALWAYS be one. I am going to go find mine right now. Thanks again to each of you!