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MGUS: Please, let me know I not alone

Blood Cancers & Disorders | Last Active: Jan 19 5:56am | Replies (86)

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I was diagnosed with mgus in 2003. I saw a Dr in hematology but since see an oncologist. It really isn't that much of a time bomb. I have to go to the cancer clinic twice yearly to have labs done, then a week later to see the doctor. In all these years there hasn't been any problems, I have smoldering mgus. The labs results are 3 areas and are a graph. The only problem was I got anemia which was a shock because I didn't know it. I had to have an iron infusion, and the Dr thought I would need that every 6 months, but 3 years later my iron is always checked and no problems. Of all the time bombs in medicine believe me don't get scared.

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We always taught our children, "Be smart, not scared." That lesson applies to everything. That set them up for the other lesson, believing us when we told them, "It isn't time to worry." Funny how "time to worry" never seemed to happen.

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