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  • in reply to: Hello from Canada- seeking advice #92670
    circlea5
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    Hello your situation sounds familiar to mine. My husband was 46 and went to ER for extreme exhaustion and pain in abdomen back in April. After many tests it was found he had cholangiocarcinoma which had spread to his lymph nodes and bone marrow. He had one chemo treatment on a Friday and by Sunday was in liver failure. He fell into a coma and passed away one week later. I don’t have any advice except spend every moment you can with him. My husband went so quickly we didn’t even have a chance to talk about things. I’m so sorry you are going through this and hopefully you will have more time with him. I am still devestated on how someone could be so sick and not know until the end. I miss him terribly he was my life . We have one child he is 21. God bless you and stay strong.

    circlea5
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    I too know how you feel… My husband passed away on May 13 only one week after his diagnosis… They told him he had 4-6 months with chemo.. He had one treatment on Friday and by Sunday was in liver failure.. Only symptoms he had were severe pain in abdomen. His cancer had already spread to his bone marrow and lymph nodes when they figured it out. He was 46.. Two weeks before this all started he was working…

    in reply to: Husband diagnosed with Cholangiocarcinoma #92353
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    Find this very interesting as this was injection my husband took for several years.

    in reply to: Sad news #92074
    circlea5
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    I am so sorry for your loss. I too am grieving for my husband . He passed away may 13 from this horrible cancer. He also only had short time after the drs finally figured out it was bile duct cancer , he had been in hospital nearly a week when they did and had 2 good days after that then fell into coma and passed away only a week later. I am devestated.. And I too feel like as time goes by I get worse. There really are no words anyone can say or anything anyone can do. Just no you aren’t alone and that it is part of grieving process , right now I am mad at God for this I’m hoping I will get over that. Hang there and again my deepest sympathy.

    in reply to: Husband diagnosed with Cholangiocarcinoma #92352
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    Thank you all for your kind words. I am still in shock over all this . I guess I will never understand why this happened and I’m just trying to make sense of it all. Thank you again

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