In 2006 I had a right mastectomy and total lymph node removal with subsequent chemotherapy and radiation. My Oncologist told me that my type of cancer has a high rate of reoccurence. In 1999 I had a hysterectomy which included the removal of my ovaries. (Also in 1999 I had my thyroid removed.) Just this week I had light vaginal bleeding (spotting) and what felt like light menstrual cramps. Is this a possible sign of cancer reoccurrence or most likely something else? Thank you for your time; I truly appreciate it!
Diagnosis: Type of Cancer?
Invasive Breast Cancer.
Date of Diagnosis
October 09, 2006
Type of Surgery
Right Mastectomy with Total Lymph Node Removal.
Stage/Size of Tumor
Location of Tumor(s)
Right Breast; Four Lymph Nodes.
Age of Patient/Pre or Post Menopause?
Total Hysterectomy 09/09/99.
Sex of Patient:
General Geographic Location
Age of First Pregnancy (If applicable)
Number of Pregnancies (If Applicable)
Have you received hormone replacement therapy?
If so, what type?
I'm sorry, I don't remember; however, I am no longer on it.
Please list all of your current medications:
Effexor Synthroid Percocet Topral
Please describe your alcohol and/or smoking history:
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