Part 2: My Lumpectomy

To commemorate my 1 year cancerversary I thought I would make a series of videos talking about each part of my cancer treatment. So this video starts from the very beginning. Follow me on instagram for my daily blog Ax💫

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On August 15th 2017 I was diagnosed with breast cancer: Grade 2 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma.

I have a long and uncertain road in front of me, but I decided that creating a video blog to document my journey would perhaps help me come to terms with my diagnosis, as well as hopefully be a tool to support others who are going through something similar.

In this video I talk about the events that took place between finding a 'lump' to being officially diagnosed.

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7 Responses to 1. My BREAST CANCER STORY from finding my lump to diagnosis cancerwithasmile

  • Bill McAmis says:

    Phillippa, Having been the admin for your Facebook group many years ago before you decided to go a different direction, I feel very close to you as you shared a lot of personal information and thoughts with me at that time. Thank you for that. I am very happy that you have given me the opportunity to be part of your world again.

    I am sorry for your diagnoses and I am very willing to provide all the moral support I can. I know that you are a strong person and a very determined person. I know these videos are not easy for you, but thank you for sharing your experiences with us. Please remember that we care about you and are interested in what is happening with you and we want you to work your way through this bounce back to the fun loving person we know you are.

    Even though I live an ocean away, if there is any way I can assist with anything, you have but to ask.

    Bill McAmis

  • Baba Booey says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your story.

  • Clare Curtis says:

    Thanks for sharing! I don't like how the doctors try to say your young it's probably nothing or just a cyst
    The exact same thing happen to me at 30 and again at 32👎
    Take care
    Cx

  • OrlaJane Reddy says:

    Thank you for sharing your story, you are truly amazing. You have a beautiful smile and I hope you are keeping well xxx ps I love your accent xxx

  • Hot Coffee says:

    Thank you

  • AltComp126 says:

    I have been drinking enough in the past year as to make at least 0.5 gallons, 1 or 2 gallons of water per day, which is my blood volume based in my weight. I've been drinking mouthfuls of water with rehydration salts directly in my mouth, I've also been taking vitamin B3 niacin and also niacinamide, vitamin B6, K2, K and B2. I should take the full range of vitamins, and I've also been eating better from the breakfast, I try to eat only what gives me the most energy, and I've overcome a lot of disease conditions, and weakness. I also keep all the time learning complex things like trying to program my own operating system from scratch and many other types of programs to make sure that my brain is receiving enough nutrients at all times. I also try to avoid TV, music or multimedia when sleeping or resting. I've found that those things consume around 40% of physical energy but that only can be felt when one is very sick with fever and dehydration, with a soft diet to not vomit, but it also works all the time to keep up the energy. Rehydration salts with enough water to make 0.5 gallons of urine or more per day is capable of keeping up mental and physical energy in general, and you can even see the effects in your skin which will heal if it has conditions like chronic dandruff or any skin disease, as it will slowly heal along with treatments. But taking that much water and rehydration salts has been detoxifying me from a life of too little water, and if you drink that much water keeping food and electrolytes, you should probably recover from a condition that really isn't even cancer but accumulated toxins, and probably impoverished blood due to too little water intake and too many toxins.

    I suspect that many cases that are supposed to be cancer are just the effects of dehydration over a lifetime due to accumulated toxins which make the body malfunction in cancer-like ways. I ALSO SPIT MASSIVELY IN BAGS TO GET RID OF BAD BREATH AND EVEN MORE TOXINS. That's probably why cancer seems to travel from one place to another. They could be just toxin-affected cells that is possible to heal. I have several months of drinking enough as to produce my blood volume in pure urine every day as a minimum, and I feel better and better. The blood volume has to be calculated with some of the body weight to blood volume calculators available online.

  • God's Child says:

    Were you diagnosed based on ultrasound only and mammogram only or after biopsy?

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