Study finds infection, other complications more likely for patients with difficult lives
by Dee55 on Tue Mar 01, 2011 02:12 AM
About 6 months the gynecologist found a lesion. When I went back, that lesion was gone but another one had appeared. The gynecologist took a biopsy (it seemed he went deep because it hurt and bled for 2 days!) I haven't gotten the results back but I am worried. I have ovarian cancer, granulosa cell tumor (rare) so I am worried that maybe it has spread, even though it usually doesn't spread to the vagina. Has anyone had this experience? Thanks! Dee
by dbbax52 on Wed Mar 02, 2011 12:18 AM
Good to hear from you and hope you get good news. Weren't you diagnosed as Stage 1A? I haven't seen much about it spreading in that particular area. Are you going to be at the Granulosa Cell Tumor Foundation conference in Boston in April? I hope you will be there.
I went to the Oncolgist today for my second round of inhibin A & B tests. Should get the results within a week.
by Dee55 on Wed Mar 02, 2011 02:04 AM
Hi! I think the same thing; usually does not spread to the vagina. It is weird. I am a little bit worried because I have had two lesions.
I am worried that I won't be able to make it to the conference, as much as I would like to go. My husband works construction. It has been a hard winter here in Ohio!
I hope your inhibin tests come back good! Dee
by Dee55 on Thu Mar 10, 2011 11:51 PM
No cancer! Yeah! Dee
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