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Old Feb 13th, 2011, 03:59 AM   11
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That is great news! I am in remission from Non Hodgkins Lymphoma and I am coming up to my 2 year mark, which is when I am in the 'safe zone' so we are waiting till then to TTC. Great to know someone else is also in the same boat, congratulations!!



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That is great news! I am in remission from Non Hodgkins Lymphoma and I am coming up to my 2 year mark, which is when I am in the 'safe zone' so we are waiting till then to TTC. Great to know someone else is also in the same boat, congratulations!!

Wow congrats! I really wasnt expecting my oncologist to say that we could go ahead if my CT was ok as I was stage 3b, I guess she must know how badly we want another bubba!

Yeah its good to know I am not alone its so scary to know how many people are affected, I didnt even know about lymphoma before I was diagnosed! I was 26 and pregnant with my 1st, how old were you?

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That is great news! I am in remission from Non Hodgkins Lymphoma and I am coming up to my 2 year mark, which is when I am in the 'safe zone' so we are waiting till then to TTC. Great to know someone else is also in the same boat, congratulations!!
Wow congrats! I really wasnt expecting my oncologist to say that we could go ahead if my CT was ok as I was stage 3b, I guess she must know how badly we want another bubba!

Yeah its good to know I am not alone its so scary to know how many people are affected, I didnt even know about lymphoma before I was diagnosed! I was 26 and pregnant with my 1st, how old were you?

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That's great news!!

When are you having your scan?
Thanks, my next appt should be in May so a few weeks before



 
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Old Feb 13th, 2011, 13:34 PM   14
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Lol completely messed my replies up!!!



 
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Thats fantastic news hun! Heres hoping you get the go ahead!!



 
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Wow that is fantastic news xx



 
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Old Feb 13th, 2011, 15:08 PM   17
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That is great news! I am in remission from Non Hodgkins Lymphoma and I am coming up to my 2 year mark, which is when I am in the 'safe zone' so we are waiting till then to TTC. Great to know someone else is also in the same boat, congratulations!!

Wow congrats! I really wasnt expecting my oncologist to say that we could go ahead if my CT was ok as I was stage 3b, I guess she must know how badly we want another bubba!

Yeah its good to know I am not alone its so scary to know how many people are affected, I didnt even know about lymphoma before I was diagnosed! I was 26 and pregnant with my 1st, how old were you?

xx
I was 28 when I was diagnosed, and I am 30 now, not had children yet so we will be TTC for our first one soon. I hadn't really heard of lymphoma before either, a very scary time! I was told to wait for 2 years before TTC if I could, but its hard, because I want a baby now!!! But a few more months won't make too much difference. How on earth did you have your treatment if you were pregnant with your first baby? Would the chemo not harm the baby?



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Old Feb 13th, 2011, 15:18 PM   18
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That is great news! I am in remission from Non Hodgkins Lymphoma and I am coming up to my 2 year mark, which is when I am in the 'safe zone' so we are waiting till then to TTC. Great to know someone else is also in the same boat, congratulations!!

Wow congrats! I really wasnt expecting my oncologist to say that we could go ahead if my CT was ok as I was stage 3b, I guess she must know how badly we want another bubba!

Yeah its good to know I am not alone its so scary to know how many people are affected, I didnt even know about lymphoma before I was diagnosed! I was 26 and pregnant with my 1st, how old were you?

xx


I was 28 when I was diagnosed, and I am 30 now, not had children yet so we will be TTC for our first one soon. I hadn't really heard of lymphoma before either, a very scary time! I was told to wait for 2 years before TTC if I could, but its hard, because I want a baby now!!! But a few more months won't make too much difference. How on earth did you have your treatment if you were pregnant with your first baby? Would the chemo not harm the baby?
They took 3 months to diagnose me so I was 36 weeks when I found out, so I was enduced,Daisy was born 3 and half weeks early small ay 5lbs 5ozs but healthly. I think I was sooo lucky that they took so long to diagnose, who knows what would have happened if they had found out sooner. I dread to think tbh. She really is a miracle baby. I still dont know how the chemo has affected my fertility but I have had regular periods since finishing chemo and last month I charted and used OPK's and know that I am ovulating So I think thats a good sign. I have been told 2 years by my doctor all along thats why it was such a shock! xx



 
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That's fantastic news. Good luck with your scan. x



 
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