What kind of cancer might kill an 18 year old mother of 4 that would go undetected until the c-secti
where was it found? This question can go so many ways when it comes to a answer if you give some more info maybe you can get a much better answer.
Wow, an 18 year old mother of four? Was she expecting the 5th? Was the first birth quad's? Many more questions are raised with the wording of this question... But the easy answer is that there are many forms of cancer (ie. cancer of the uterus, leukemia) that may not be detected until c-section or it's related blood work. Much more info is needed!
Tif was 18 years old. Was giving birth to her 4th child. Had 3 uneventful births but required a C-section for the 4th. When Doctors opened her found a fairly large tumor delivered the baby and she died by morning. She was going to be transported to a larger city hospital with 3 drs. waiting but her potassium was to high to transport. Was told they thought the tumor had only been there for 2 months. Its hard to lose someone so young but it just leaves more questions about how something like this happens in this day and time. We are still waiting for some answers also.
by Nolimitsonlife 5 years ago
Do you think it is ok for a 18 year old to have a baby?
by Alistair 5 years ago
If you could take someone's life and it have no consequences, would you?Just one life, and there are no consequences. That person just ceases to exist, and life goes on as per usual. Would you?
by Sp Greaney 4 years ago
Is it appropiate for a 40 year old woman to go clubbing with 18 year old girls?Or are you only as young as you feel. Age is only a number to some people and they might feel young at heart and enjoy hanging out with people a few years younger than them.
by rutley 6 years ago
When you run into someone you've not seen in years, do you wonder if you look as old as they do?
by manatita44 5 years ago
Do you believe that despair can help us?
by Mahmo 4 years ago
If 3 = 18, 4 = 32, 5 = 50, 6 = 72, 7 = 98Then , 10 = ??? 99,9 % have failed to solve this .
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