right now i feel so scared and lost i dont even know what to say i got a call today from my lung doctor they saw a knot on a xray that i had done right before i found out i was pregnant and they think it is cancers and i dont really know what to do or what i can do so i was hope to here from any moms out there that have had cancer while pregnant or any moms that are pregnant with cancers or anyone that knows some thing they can do that wont hurt my baby for it
cancer and pregnancy what to do
My family is using LDN for autism spectrum disorder, and I am using it for auto-immune disease. And I am eight and a half months pregnant. You have every reason to be optimistic!
Other non-toxic cancer treatments include Laetrile (B17 or nitrilosides) and The Gerson Therapy (a friend is doing this now for breast cancer).
Good luck and many blessings to you.
Let me talk to a friend of mine who has done some research and I'll try to get back to you asap.
And my mil had cancer while she was pregnant with my husband. I am not sure what they treated with, outdated I'm sure since it was 40 years ago, but she refused their counsel to abort. She is still here with us and cancer-free.
I agree with Velveeta. There are non-toxic, natural treatments. I have done a bunch of research when my best friend had cancer and found that chemo and cancer drugs are not as effective as they are made out to be. My friend is fine now after having surgery. Her aunt was diagnosed with cancer like 10+ years ago and she did chemo once and decided it wasn't for her. She didn't do anything different and is still alive and kicking and living as usual. I would not abort for cancer or for anything else, but I just see it as completely unnecessary even if I was OK with it. I have actually read something that stated that the unborn baby will help build up your bodies defenses somehow too. I have looked up so much stuff, I don't have any links or sources, but everything I read I found doing internet searches and then of course the personal experiences. Sorry you are going through this. Hoping it isn't actually cancer.
I've been reading a lot from this site lately and am very impressed with the range of positive results from ingesting black cumin seed: http://www.nigella--sativa.com/my-herbal-products.html I also follow along on Facebook and really appreciate the energy of the woman behind the black seed site. I intend to add black seed oil to my diet as soon as I can.
Hopefully it is not cancer. Either way, it seems like taking this supplement is a good idea.
CANCER IS CURABLE!!! (& chemo/radiation kill more people than they cure)
The following are just a few proven cancer cures (much to the American Cancer Society's chagrin...)
MMS also known as sodium chlorite
Black cumin seed oil
the Gerson therapy
watch "run from the cure" and "the Gerson miracle" on topdocumentaryfilms . com
thank you guys for the info you all have given me i had my first ultrasound yesterday that show the sac where it needs to be i am 5 weeks even and doing well with my pregnancy and i am not going to end it for nothing in the world and score what ever doctor that thinks i will cause i am not going too they are going to do a ct scan after i am out my first tri to look at it and then they are going to try and do a biopsy on it so for now i am just going to try and stay calm till then
+megadose liposomal encapsulated vitamin C
+nano colloidal silver
All the cures I have mentioned are completely safe, naturally occuring substances beneficial for you AND baby.
DMSO, a natural chemical derived from wood pulp, can be used in tandem with several of these cures for its unparalleled ability to cross the skin/blood barrier to allow treatments to be absorbed more directly where needed.
And remember, the number one killer in America is also the most profitable....and natural cures cannot be patented.
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I would get a second opinion to start with. My mother was diagnosed with lung cancer from an xray and upon further investigation, it turned out to be a lump in her back. It wasn't just one doctor who didn't know what he was looking at, it was a team of several doctors who were convinced it was lung cancer. It was only until my dad looked at the xray and saw that it was in the exact spot he knew there was a lump.
Wishing you and your family the best of luck.