I’m very blessed and fortunate that I had every symptom there is. It was like: Bloating, check. This, check. That, check. I had every symptom. As a woman you have to take care of yourself and any sign you feel that’s going on with your body, go to the doctor as soon as possible. If they deny you or blow you off, you need to go to another doctor. Ovarian cancer is a silent killer. Eight out of 10 (times) you’ve caught it too late. I was blessed and fortunate enough to catch it in time. Ovarian cancer is like an over 50 cancer and I was 24, Brandi says.
“Besides the losing of the hair, I was so sick! You know, it’s like poison
going through my body, so I couldn’t move. I was so weak,” an emotional Brandi
"I remember going to the cancer clinics and looking around and thinking,
'We all look the same. No matter if you're black, white, Chinese, Korean - when
you have chemo, your hair falls out, you lose weight, you look sick, everyone
looks alike. We are just different shades of colors."
I think me having cancer brought me closer to God because I think I was
kind of losing my way a little bit,” she shares.
You can read her entire story on Life and Style Weekly
"It's important to see a doctor if you' feeling ill health. Sometimes we overlook symptoms but we shouldn't because it can be a serious matter." -Erica Campbell