IAMA 17 year old who was just declared cancer free after several months of chemotherapy! Ask me anything!
So I did an ama after I got diagnosed, so I figured I'd do one now that I have completed the long difficult journey of chemotherapy! I was diagnosed with testicular cancer late June last year, and had to have the testicle removed. After that, due to the kind of tumor I had, I had to undergo four rounds of chemotherapy which was everyday for 6 hours for 5 days straight, per round. I'm really doing this to try and help anyone who might be in a similar situation, or just make others more knowledgeable about what it's really like to live through cancer as well as chemo. So go ahead ask away, I'm not shy. I will literally answer anything, don't be afraid.
EDIT: This made the front page, thanks to everyone! I always knew cancer would be my ticket to the front page. On a side note, my ultimate goal right now is to create a screenplay based on my experiences. So if anyone has any questions or tips about that, it would be greatly appreciated! I'm aspiring writer/director so I'd love some help
PROOF: FYI, this scar is on my waist, not my balls. Didn't think I'd have to make that clear but yeah. these are the pictures I used for my last ama as proof (hence the incorrect dates), too lazy too take more pictures of my surgery scar. http://imgur.com/5Xyzatn. http://imgur.com/DdGK0hz