Come Away With Me to Slovenia & Beating Cancer

14 thoughts on “Come Away With Me to Slovenia & Beating Cancer”

  1. You’re so right about pushing doctors if you sense something is wrong. I am not sick, but I had a lump and some discharge. I went to the breast doctor and she actually LAUGHED and said I am too young to worry! But I made sure they checked me out. I don’t want to take anything from you because I’m fine and you’ve been through hell. I just want to echo how important it is to be brave and advocate for yourself because not everyone else is.

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    1. You are not taking anything from me. We are on the same page here. It doesn’t matter how my story went because I feel its a wider problem of women not taking themselves serious. For me it was easier to avoid the “conflict” than to take my health seriously and I pay the price not the doctors. πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈπŸ

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      1. It’s true, contrary to stereotypes, women often ignore their own symptoms or pain for too long. And sometimes it can feel like the doctor isn’t too impressed, and then it’s uncomfortable to challenge them because they make you feel stupid.

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