Because most gestational trophoblastic tumors (GTTs) are treatable and curable, you will only have to manage your GTT on a daily basis after you have received successful treatment. It is very important that you follow up with your doctor as he advises, as there is a chance that your disease may come back. The possibility of recurrence is very small for hydatidiform mole, but may be as high as 10-15 percent for women with the most severe type of choriocarcinoma. You may need emotional support to help you deal with knowing that your tumor may recur or to help you deal with the loss of your pregnancy. You should take the time to grieve, take advantage of any support that family, friends, or support groups can provide, and ask for professional help if necessary.