November 7, 2012
I found out I was a DES Daughter when I was 18 years old. Friends didn't understand and boyfriends just wanted to be friends when I told them. I was going to a doctor who said she was DES knowledgeable but then took 10 biopsies which seemed very extreme. I connected with DES Action and received a doctor's list that other DES daughters recommended. The doctor I choose from the list was wonderful. I have connected with DES Action many times in the past twenty-five ish years. It is so nice to know that there are other people out there just like me and I look forward to getting my newsletter four times a year. I feel like questions and concerns are being answered. I am so scared that one day when I go in for my gyn checkup that I will be told I have the rare DES cancer. It is comforting to know that I will have a place to call and get information "if" that ever comes.
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