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Posted on 12/31/19 4:08 AM
He is 54 years young. Treatment has not been started yet. Port goes in Jan. 10 2020 and radiation starts Jan. 17 2020. He has been so sick these last few days, like today all he has done is sleep he won't eat anything. I feel sooo bad. He hurts and is weak. I'm really having a hard time dealing.
Beginning of the discussion - 1/5/20My brother has been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer it has spread to his brain, adrenal gland, and some of his bones. https://www.carenity.us/forum/cancer/living-with-cancer/my-brother-has-been-diagnosed-with-stage-4-lun-1413
Posted on 1/5/20 2:56 AM
My son at 45 has been going chemo for years, just found out that it has spread to his brain. He is very weak and sleeps all the time, like your brother. Any food nauseates him and he vomits a lot, even when he doesn't eat anything. I am devastated. I'm also having a hard time dealing with this. He started radiation, but not much difference yet. I feel so helpless.
Posted on 1/12/20 3:28 AM
@Hidden username my sister is 54 and was diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. It's spread to her liver, spine, lungs and bones. She isn't doing chemo or radiation at this time. She had 4 rounds of chemo and 2 radiation sessions and scans confirmed neither was helping. I understand how helpless you feel. It literally makes my heart hurt to see her like this.
Posted on 1/22/20 6:15 AM
Thank goodness @Hidden username
i feel your pain. Sending a virtual chain of hearts to surround you with the support of others going thru similar challenges. No one knows exactly the pain you are facing but, together, we must hold each other and keep positive thoughts. If not for a cure, a peace and serenity and faith that will be our strength and our loved ones strength.
Posted on 1/27/20 12:52 AM
I just found out my husband has blood in his stool. So now hopefully the colonoscopy shows NO CANCER! I am so so scared.
Posted on 1/30/20 12:23 AM
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Posted on 2/23/20 11:47 AM
@Hidden username praying for relief from pain for your brother. I feel what you are going through, I've done chemo and radiation, then less than a year later I found out that I have 7 tumors. Mostly in my neck area, lymphnodes and one tumor in my lung. They are all pretty small in size but I started immunotherapy and I've had 8 rounds so far and I can still feel one of the tumors in my neck, my oncologist felt it too and he said it doesn't bother him and for me not to worry. We are going to do a PET scan this Tuesday so he can see what's going on, my pain is so bad, and it just never seems to let up at all. It's horrible, it has affected my life in every way. I take pain medicine and it helps but not enough. But I'm trying to stay positive and believe that I'm going to beat this. And I pry that your brother will start getting some relief and start feeling better!
Posted on 3/9/20 2:10 AM
Six weeks ago my husband was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and it has spread to his brain from personal experience wondering what I should expect but appreciate information he is already acting differently just want to know how to help this Difficult time
Posted on 3/9/20 4:14 PM
@Hidden username Hello Meselig00, thank you for keeping us updated. How are your brother and husband doing?
@Hidden username Hi JackieO1961, thank you for sharing your story. I believe you will beat this too! How are you feeling?
@Hidden username Hello shortchefpepper, I am so sorry you are going through this. I hope this group can provide you words of comfort and support. If you haven't already, please feel free to share any questions or thoughts you may have in our Living with Lung Cancer group.