I don’t know what to say

I don’t know what to say

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  1. Lolol B says:

    I feel horrible that this happened. Nothing but positive vibes, but you NEED to start listening to your doctors and you need to get help. Get well soon. We are thinking about you.

  2. Tori says:

    People are on your side with this one, you don’t deserve this . Supporting you!

  3. Paige nicole says:

    2020 really is an awful year… You will get through this amber , you’re a strong person and no one can deny that. Please look after yourself and stay positive x

  4. Systra says:


    You’re in a lot of prayers right now. Listen to your doctors. Be patient with yourself but DO NOT allow yourself to slip into self-loathing binging.

    Many people survive cancer. Remain positive. Have faith in a good outcome!

    Many hugs and positive, healing vibes sent your way!!! 🤎🤎

  5. Cassie Brockett says:

    This is going to be the hardest journey you will ever go through in life. You will beat it. Be strong. We are here.

  6. Shimya Shimyay says:

    Most of the people who called you out for your actions did not want something like this to happen to you. I am so sad to see you like this. Sending all the good vibes I can. Be strong.

    • Weev Hyde says:

      @jennymcxxx wrong it’s about 20%

    • goatsmilky says:

      @Lanie Lanie exactly! she calls us all this shit but then immediately runs to us for empathy.

    • Seun says:

      Lustthen Consume wrong. obesity is a risk factor for many types of cancer

    • Mollie.C. says:

      talia sas I have cancer and that’s bullshit. Being strong has nothing to do with cancer. I’m 19, never smoked, drinker, I was fit and healthy, I wasn’t overweight and I was diagnosed at 14 with lung cancer. There are things you can do to decrease your chances of getting some types of cancer but sometimes there’s nothing you can do. A lot of it is to do with genetics, mine was to do with an infusion in my genes that didn’t go right, not because I was weak.

    • James Dean says:

      I followed her through other channels because of her previous toxicity.
      All I have now is empathy. I want her to recover.

  7. JsmDavies : says:

    This made me cry. I haven’t cried in years. I’m literally crying. I’m so sorry. Stay strong.

  8. Iman Ohlson says:

    well amber , you’ve inspired me to schedule a OBGYN appointment . I haven’t been since I was 18 and I’m 25 now. I’m SO sorry you’re going through this , prayers for you <3 sending you positive thoughts and vibes . I

    • Pandaisascavage Walter says:

      Yep. I just made an appointment. First time in 4 years. Our girl is making an impact here.

  9. Emily Carter says:

    Sweetie I’m so sorry. I just read on American Cancer Society that the chances of surviving uterine cancer is 80-95% if the cancer has not spread. I don’t know the state of everything you’re going through but you’re strong and there is hope! You can beat this 💪🏻 https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cancer.org/cancer/endometrial-cancer/detection-diagnosis-staging/survival-rates.html

    • Unlabelled Glass Jar says:

      What does it say about a human weighing 500lbs?
      She is scared because she knows the mortality rate is significantly higher in someone her size and in such terrible health. Right now Amber is staring down the barrel of a gun.

    • Emily Carter says:

      Unlabelled Glass Jar I’m not trying to discount her weight, her fears, or imply that it will be easy or that it’s not a dire situation. I was just trying to provide a little hope for a diagnosis that would be terrifying for anyone who is going through it.

    • 123 456 says:

      The issue is she is very overweight and it will make the mortality rate higher.

    • Aquarius Ashley says:

      @123 456
      The only way that would happen is if she is too big to operate on. Due to the inability to get to her uterus due to her size.

      However, if that is an issue they will admit her & put her on a calorie controlled diet for a month or so depending on the stage & take it from there.

  10. Omofemi says:

    this is awful. I’m so sorry. I’ve been watching you quietly, and I’ve never commented. I’ve never realized how much I cared for you until this moment. Everything will be okay. Stay strong

    • Aquarius Ashley says:

      I knew I cared when she reached 570. I was so scared for her I cried.

      But this was like a gut punch. However, I know she is strong & has a will to live & she will beat this. She will beat obesity, she will beat sleep apnea, etc… I know she will!

  11. Disney__Queen says:

    I just want to say, Uterus Cancer has a high survival rate, do your best and heal, I believe you can do it 💕 eat healthy, drink water and follow the doctors advice, you can pull through ❤️ I’ll be praying for you 🙏

    • K Butler says:

      High survival rate?

    • K Butler says:

      Lisa H, no

    • Dee says:

      @K Butler It has a very high survival rate. Especially when detected early.

    • Dee says:

      @L W There are different types of hysterectomies. Hers will have to be a less invasive one because of her weight. There may be more complications afterward, because of her weight, too.

    • Dee says:

      @You Have A Point But I Win There are different types of hysterectomies. Hers will have to be a less invasive one because of her weight. There may be more complications afterward, because of her weight, too.

  12. Mahamed-Bilal Abdi says:

    Amber I’m one of those people who comment quite a bit about your situations and sometimes say negative things but right now I’m praying for you and everything to be okay and be strong you can get through this

  13. Mr Wrestling says:

    I’ve never supported you because of your bad habits. But this is terrible, I’m sorry. We’re here for you.

  14. Mrs. Madeleine says:

    Listen honey, you don’t need your parents. You have a lot of people who really care about you, concentrate on them. And even if your audience is sometimes frustrated with you, the majority of us just want you to be happy and healthy.

    • Aquarius Ashley says:

      We never wanted this for her.

    • Tryvon says:

      @Aquarius Ashley . I shouldn’t say it buuuuuuut

    • Nash Lantey says:

      It’s normal for her to want her parents. Most people who are found in a hard spot wish for their mothers, a figure who raised you, to lean on. Let her grieve without telling her what and what not to say

  15. Finch Harper says:

    It’s ok to be upset, its ok to be mad, very natural to be scared. Several family members of mine had what you have. They’ve all had complete hysterectomies and are doing great and no cancer, Two have gone 40 years and no cancer. We ALL STAND UP TO CANCER FOR YOU AND SAY…..

    • Aquarius Ashley says:

      I love that. I wish my mom was alive. She died from matastized breast cancer that traveled to her liver.
      She had the best insurance money can buy due to my dads profession.

    • Lennie Kiguru says:

      @Aquarius Ashley Sorry for your loss.

  16. Queenofawesome25 says:

    Whatever you do.. Do not go back to binging. I know that’s the first thing you’d want to do at a time like this I don’t even blame you too much for that in this sense but please do not. I hope you have a fast recovery.

  17. B Shoo. says:

    Guys, really no need to bring up past negative comments. Whether it was hers or yours. Wish her well, and give her your prayers.

  18. Sydney Nicole says:

    I’m sorry to hear about your diagnosis. This is undoubtedly going to be a challenging time. And seeing as Becky is going through a lot with her mom, you might find it hard to talk about how you’re feeling, in fear of putting more “burden” on her. If you ever do feel that way, you can always text ‘HOME’ to 741-741 to connect with a crisis counselor via Crisis Text Line. Btw this number is great for EVERYONE to have on hand. Take care. 💗

  19. t h i c c i m i c k i says:

    My mother has uterus cancer and she is overweight, she is still alive and 56 years old. You’ll get through it, she is trying to loose weight now and I believe in both of you

  20. morze nie says:

    My mom was diagnosed a year ago. Now she doesn’t have this shit. You’ll get through this.

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