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A 19-year-old woman who said she was told of heavy menstrual flow caused by “hormones” and felt she was finally being heard, and when her doctor found a 12-centimeter tumor growing on her cervix.
Megan Burgeen, who loves to dance, but said that the bleeding and the pain was so severe that she couldn’t even walk, she told a Suitable News is that the doctors don’t start listening to them until they sent them a picture of a massive blood clot that she’s passed on.
Burgeen and had to step away from the dance and after, the pain became so severe that she couldn’t even walk.
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“It was almost like I was giving birth to it, it was so big,” she told the news outlet, according to the New York Post.
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Burgeen, who claims that her suffering was repeatedly dismissed in September of last year, when I was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, a soft tissue cancer more often seen in children.
“When I was finally diagnosed, it was as if I didn’t have to worry about not being listened to any more,” she told the news outlet, according to The Post.
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Burgeen, is pictured with her mother, also shared a picture of the clot, with its social-media following is, and where it was going “viral”.
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After five rounds of chemotherapy and a hysterectomy, Burgeen, was declared cancer-free. The doctors were not able to pick up some of her eggs before she begins the treatment, which means that the gestational surrogacy may be a future option for her to play in, the News reported.
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“At first, I was upset at the fact that I would lose it and not be able to carry children. But, in the end, I ended up looking at the good points, like the fact that I can live to see my hair grow back and to have children through surrogacy,” he told the news outlet.
Burgeen is now focused on a return to dance as soon as she is well enough.