I am 41 years old with atypical carcinoid tumors of the lungs that are inoperable but stable. I have 2 children. I would like to know if anyone else has similar problems.

Neuroendocrine (Carcinoid) Tumors

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  • Alexa123


    Hi, I have a similar problem with another endocrine tumor. I'm also balanced, but I'm constantly in a certain fear that the tumor will suddenly affect me and I won't be able to see my children grow up. I went to my doctor, and he explained to me that the tumor is medically balanced and that the chances that things will change are small, but I'm still a little scared. What helps me the most is to try not to think or deal with the tumor, the more space I give it in my life, the more it affects my mood. I try to fill the day with as many activities as possible and that way I deal with it less. Are you medicated or are your hormones just stable?

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