(Closed) NWR: 'It's probably a good thing that you have to abort.'

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 197
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1075 posts
Bumble bee

@MrsRs:  my cuz e found out she had cervical cancer while preg, depending on the stage u cn go through ur pregnancy but u hav to hold off all therapies until the bby arrives… Everything went well for her she has her lil grl and is cancer free at 26. Ur mil is truly a heartless biotch to even say anything other than I’m sry and I’m here to help and support u

Post # 198
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1651 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

@MrsRs:  I hope your recovering the best possible. My heart goes out to you. MUCH LOVE coming your way, just wanted to let you know your a strong amazing woman. Xo

Post # 199
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1203 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

Hope everything went as planned with your appointment.  I also hope you are holding up well, I’m sure your DH is taking great care of you.  When you get a chance and feel a little better let us know how you’re doing.  We are thinking of you and sending lots of hugs!!!

Post # 201
Hostess
6422 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

@MrsRs:  I’m glad that it’s going well for you so far. Right now, just think about yourself and your own health. Glad to hear that there is good news regarding your surgery.  xoxox

Post # 202
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968 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2015

@MrsRs:  All I can offer are hugs. I’m so glad that your husband is standing up for you and what the two of you need to do to continue on with the best and healthiest life you can.

I had a toxic Mother-In-Law as well, so I can sympathize with that. 

I’m glad that your appointments went well, and I do hope that they continue to do so.

Post # 203
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392 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

Oh my gosh, I am so terribly sorry! It’s heartbreaking and infuriating how unsympathetic some people can be in such times. She had no right to say what she did and it’s just not something that can be forgiven. She’s clearly missing that fact that this is what you and your husband have decided is best for you while you kick cancers butt!!! 

Sending you love, light, and hugs***

Post # 204
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8943 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

I just saw this today, I’m so sorry for all you are going through. I’m glad it is going well so far.

Post # 206
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385 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2015

I am dumbfounded and absolutely livid for you. What she has said and done is inexcusable on so many levels. I commend you for being a better woman that I would’ve been in that situation.

 

You do not need that type of toxicity in your life. You have a difficult road ahead of you. I’m glad that you have support from your husband and your family. Take comfort in them and forget about her.

 

 

 

Post # 207
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6458 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

@MrsRs:  Do you know if you are estrogen-receptor positive and/or Her-2 positive?  You should ask your doctors if they haven’t already said so.  There are drugs that specifically treat breast cancers that are each of those types of positive.  Wishing you the best!

Post # 208
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1198 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

@MrsRs:  Good god. A human being should not have to go through this kind of horror. I’m so sorry about your loss, your cancer, and the Mother-In-Law from hell. I just cannot believe that she would react this way and be willing to lose her son in the process. I’m glad to hear that your treatments are moving forward and that you will only need a lumpectomy in the other breast. I’m sure that small victories such as this mean so much right now. Stay strong.

Post # 210
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1742 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

@MrsRs:  My heart breaks for you. She is insane. I’m glad your husband is supporting you through this! Keep us updated and GL on your recovery. It’s the small victories that lead to the biggest!! (:

Post # 211
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1481 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

uhh..what a disgusting thing she said. So…then does that suggest that you don’t have any children at all even once your illness is under control, because you won’t have breasts??? 

But In the end…you have to let it go. Although I would be just as livid as you….she will probably never understand why this hursts you so.

Can I ask what is expected to happen if you decided not to abort while moving forward with treatment? Would the pregnancy be expected to end anyway? I know there are chemo drugs that are safe for pregnant women…so just curious. Clearly you’ve thought long and hard about this one…but I agree, just heartbreaking descision to make…..and her remarks were not only insensitive but completley ignorant. 

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