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By BX - / Saturday 17 October 2015 12:09 / Netherlands
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By  itsmediduno  |  17

Some things are too good to be true. FYL

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  bcalle  |  8

Still trying to figure out how op having cancer calls for a ydi. Unless it was accidentally hit, that's really shitty

By  Googolman  |  28

Well, do you know for sure if it's cancer? Maybe there's still hope.

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  MDoremis  |  38

#30 that's not necessarily true. In college I randomly dropped 24lbs in one week and could barely even eat more than 500kcals a day if I didn't want to get violently sick and "cancer" was thrown out a lot during doctors appointments. Turns out they couldn't find anything wrong with me after six months of testing everything they could think of and I didn't (and still don't) have cancer.

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500k calories a day? the recommendations are 2 k a day maximum

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  Migole  |  36

@56: You have the units mixed up here ;) What we commonly refer to as simply "calories" are actually kilo calories abr. as kcal. So the correct amount of daily intake are 2000 kcal or 2k kcal.

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  Soparot  |  29

@68 When she said "500kcal" she was implying 500 kilo calories, not 500 thousand calories. I got confused from reading the other explanations so in case you did too, I figured I'd simplify it.

By  sylvienoir  |  18

Aw, that's awful. Chemo is gonna be a bitch (if you do it).

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  higgysaurus  |  18

Evem the truth that everyone already knows to be true? #5 was just reminding OP of the terrible things that OP most likely already knew about, which is not needed.

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  Myo_fml  |  20

I just hope that if op gets treatments that she gets her eggs frozen first. I think sterility is a side effect not many people are aware of.

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  Drnknmonkey08  |  12

#90 who said the OP is a female? Also, what if OP doesn't want children, and just because it can lead to sterilization doesn't mean it will happen. My brother had testicular cancer, and has a child.

By  Ethan_Anonymous  |  28

At least you're losing weight ?. But sorry op, I hope you get it taken care of

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And people need to stop reading what they want to read. I said at LEAST. Of course the cancer isn't a good thing, but at least he/she is getting some good out of it. Sorry for my optimistic views

By  jesterinperil  |  28

Having recently lost my father to cancer, I can tell you this from experience. It will get worse before it gets better, but as long as you keep going and never give up, it WILL get better. Much love, and best of luck OP.

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Well, the people who chain smoke, get cancer, then continue to smoke kind of deserve it. Not saying that's the case with OP (and by the way sorry for your situation OP) but those people, they kind of deserve it.

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Gonna get a lot of down votes for this, but I did. Not because anyone deserves cancer, but because if you lose a lot of weight without changing anything about your habits and DON'T immediately go see a doctor, you should really reevaluate your priorities.

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  countryb_cth  |  36

@45 did you ever think that OP was really busy and didn't notice she lost any weight until now? It can happen if you don't pay attention. Also if you knew your comment was going to get down voted why did you even bother posting it?

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  Alup132  |  18

Speedy wasn't necessary. Have a recovery.

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