42 thoughts on “I Got Cancer At 25 | Wonderdir Health

  1. when i was in 5th grade my best friend got diagnosed with cancer, she also had to freeze her eggs, she was 11. i remember we would make plans to hang out and she would be too tired to see me, and as a 10 year old i couldn’t comprehend how someone my age could be too tired to hang out. My heart goes out to anyone going through something like this i haven’t felt your pain but I know you must be pretty strong.

  2. I was diagnosed with cancer when I was 4 months old. I had a large tumor on my right kidney, among other issues. I’m thankful that I had my parents to be here and help me know that my scars are what make me who I am. They taught me to love myself including my scars and I don’t know what I would do without them.

  3. Wow to whoever disliked this video… really disgust me that you would even consider pressing that button, but anyways I love this story and it’s crazy how her life changed so quick and how that could happen to any of us. I’m glad she’s better and appreciates her self more than she did before because she’s beautiful and amazing in ever way.

  4. Omg we love a strong Cancer surviving queen🙌! Girl you made me cry, but thank you so much for sharing your story! We’re all happy you’re still here making videos for us❤️.

  5. I started crying , because my mom had ovarian cancer and now my dad has cancer and it breaks my heart , But seeing her so brave and happy now and healthy just have me more faith . God bless🙏❤

  6. I wish you the very best in your second chance at life.
    I was 22 when I was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. It's been 3 years since then and I'm finally starting to feel like myself again. Along with two different chemotherapies that were ineffective, I had to be in an immunotherapy clinical trial because my cancer grew back quickly (refractory cancer) and chemo wouldnt kill the cells fast enough. After that, I had to get radiation treatments in my hipbone and spine. As a safety precaution I had to get a bone marrow transplant. Essentially getting rid of my immune system and getting a new immune system from a donor to kill any cancer cells left. Before transplant I had to get more chemo and full body radiation. Fast forward to after transplant, a side effect of having a foreign immune system in a new body, they can attack the body. This happened to me. It attacked my skin, eyes, and GI tract. I ended up with huge ulcers in my stomach and intestines that bled non stop. I was losing blood faster than the doctors could put in. I ended up with IVs in both hands, my wrist, both inner elbows, my neck, and chemo port. All of them were bags of blood and platelets. Not sure what happened after that as I was in a medically induced coma for 10 days. After that was spending 90% of 2018 in the hospital. I lost over 100lbs….fast forward to today, hair is slowly growing back, I'm getting energy and strength back, started online schooling…just trying to feel normal again and finally seeing my fiance smile again. Even though I almost lost my life, I wouldn't change any bit of what I went through. It changed my life for the better. And for anyone currently dealing with cancer, Stay strong and always remember you have people rooting for your success and if you ever need someone to talk to, there are plenty of support groups that have immensely caring people that want to uplift and motivate you.

  7. Thank you for sharing your journey with us. I lost my father to colon cancer a little more than 10 years ago and I have always been worried about the genetic component. But seeing you able to come out the other end gives me comfort. I know I’m a stranger on the internet but I’m proud of you and thank you again

  8. I'm experiencing this now, I just found out I might have cervical cancer, and I will probably cry if I lost my hair. I go in for a biopsy this week to make sure, but they're certain it's cancer. I really hope not though.

  9. I’m 30 and have lived with Crohn’s disease for 20 years. I’ve been really lucky with it and have been in remission for the last 7 years, but colon cancer is something that is always in the back of my mind as a possibility or, when I’m being pessimistic, an inevitability. Thank you for making this video about your experience. It scared me, made me cry, but also gave me hope. If I ever have to go through this, I hope I will handle it with as much strength, grace, and beauty as you have. Cheers to your continued health

  10. My mom got cancer 4 times before the age of thirty, and later was diagnosed with skin cancer. I’m not trying to say that I understand what its like to have cancer in anyway but my mom definitely does. She’s still alive and well, but both our love goes out to you 💕

  11. you probably won’t see this but, the day before my 13th birthday I found out that I had Hodgkins Lymphoma. It’s EXTREMELY hard at first.. your attitude is so amazing! I am now almost 16 and I am truly completely different than I would’ve been without cancer. Everyone thinks it’s crazy when I say I’m glad I had cancer because if I didn’t I don’t know where I would be or what kinda of person I would’ve been without it. It’s an emotional roller coaster from losing your hair, feeling so restricted, and especially the egg harvesting. I’m so thankful you made this video because now I feel not alone, I’m so proud of you ❤️

  12. Omg god bless you. Can’t believe you went through that. Always wishing you the best you’re beautiful inside and out so happy you got through this ❤️

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