I was adopted, so unforunately I dont have any access to my family history. And there is alot of pain. Where the mass is on the right side it is always very sore. And the cyst on the left acts up but not every day. I am sorry that you had such a hard time with your experience. And I do really appreciate you taking the time to talk with me. it has been very comforting to have some one else to talk to about this. I love my boyfriend but he just is clueless about this stuff.View Thread
Thanks for the reply. And yes I have a copy and it only states the solid soft tissue mass. I will check out the info you gave me. I honestly wish they would take it all out, because I have cysts on the other ovary, not to mention i am going to be 40 in a few months. But without insurance it has been hard to find anyone to help at all. thanks againView Thread
I was recently diagnosised with a 4,5cm solid soft tissue mass. It was found with an ultrasound. I am 39 years old, and very confused. Everything I am reading says to get it out, yet the doctor I saw said to wait until after the new year and repeat the ultrasound. I feel like I am getting put off because I don't have any insurance, and at the moment no income. Any suggestions would be very helpful.View Thread
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