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5 days ago

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Hey ladies! Here are some gynecological cancer facts that I found from some very informative accounts on Instagram, @thetealsociety & @vulvarcancerawareness You can head over to their accounts to learn more. Since I’m still in the hospital and have a recovery process ahead of me I didn’t want to leave anyone hanging with unanswered questions. The most common question I have been getting is, “what are the symptoms?” I hope these slides help, and if you are concerned or showing symptoms contact your doctor! As you can see the symptoms can be common issues every woman deals with, which makes the diagnosis more difficult. Also, if you have been diagnosed with Lichen Sclerosus continue going to your doctor, since this can lead to cancer. When I was diagnosed with Lichen Sclerosus the doctor gave me a cream, which is messy and didn’t help the symptoms. He said it was just a skin condition. There was no mention of it leading to cancer, if I had known this I would have gone to the doctor much sooner. Two years later it developed into vulvar cancer. I put up a fight about going to the gyno for months because I was busy taking care of everyone else and learned to live with the pain. Don’t do this!I want to help raise awareness for this type of cancer because it can be treated with early detection. I think as women we have been conditioned to be embarrassed of our anatomy and often society perpetuates that vaginas are dirty. They are not!I hope this helps, let me know if you have any questions. I will continue to use this platform to raise awareness for vulvar cancer and women’s health in general. ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

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1 week ago

Mrs. Stafford Blog
Hi ladies! I wanted to give you an update and let you know that I got my PET Scan results back. I'm not trying to be cryptic but I just don't want to put anything out there until I know for certain what's happening.Tomorrow is my surgery and I should have more information to share after. I'm also planning on doing a video tomorrow before my surgery to keep you all in the loop.From the hundreds of comments I have gotten I am so happy I've decided to share this with all of you. I can see I am not alone in dealing with this. As well as the need to teach women about this type of cancer, since many have not heard of it.Please let me know if you have any questions in the comments. Thank you again for all the love, prayers, and support! ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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Today’s update dealing with vulvar cancer. Thank you for so many prayers, uplifting comments and for sharing your stories too. I always said are community is different than most on social. We are so kind and thoughtful and it is so appreciated. 💕💕 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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I am sharing with all of you my diagnosis of vulvar cancer. This is something that we learnt over the last two weeks. I am having surgery this Friday, May 20 and will keep you posted. I will also keep you informed and hopefully educated on a cancer that is more common than you know but is rarely spoken off. I hope that this can help many of us learn something about our bodies and our overall health. Many times women suffer in silence which leads us without the information and relief that we need. I hope that by sharing my experience with vulvar cancer and the treatments that I will go through will help someone out there that may be dealing with similar issues. ... See MoreSee Less
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