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Pankhudi Wagle (Breast Cancer)

Pankhudi Wagle (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer Diagnosis

It was in October 2019 when I noticed something unusual. I confided in my mother about feeling a lump in my left breast. Seeking medical advice, we consulted a doctor who recommended several tests. The mammography results confirmed Breast Cancer. Additionally, a sonography raised concerns about an abnormality in the pancreas, possibly a TB patch or a cyst. Further investigations through a CT scan and MRI failed to provide a definitive diagnosis. Subsequently, a PET scan revealed that the cancer had spread to my pancreatic tail and spleen.

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Breast Cancer Treatment

I underwent surgery, and my surgical oncologist told me that it would take 20 days to get discharged from the hospital since it was a major Surgery. But I was home on the 8th day and was able to walk too.

I was then advised for sixChemotherapysessions. I celebrated everyChemotherapysession; just before one day of my chemotherapy, I used to go to the hotel and enjoy it there. After completing sixChemotherapysessions, I underwentRadiation therapyin May. I have completed my treatment, had myPETscan two months ago, and everything is going well now.

I maintained a positive and motivated outlook throughout my treatment journey. Incorporating practices like Reiki, pranayama, and deep breathing proved immensely beneficial. Alongside, I adhered to a high-protein diet comprising pulses, legumes, green vegetables, multigrain flour chapati, curd, and included eggs and fish while avoiding sugar. Starting my day with Wheatgrass juice provided additional nourishment. Despite experiencing mood swings and irritability, my family provided unwavering support. Engaging in activities such as watching movies, listening to music, and singing helped keep me occupied and uplifted.

Parting Message

Have strong will power, and stay away from negative people. Do the things you love, keep yourself busy, enjoy your life, and be positive. DoYogaand pranayama, keep yourself hydrated, and eat healthy food. Don't delay in getting yourself checked once you notice something wrong. Have faith in your doctors and God. Do the things that keep you happy.

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