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Unread 02-19-2004, 03:22 PM
You are a wonderful bunch of women!

I personally wanted to thankyou for all of your support a couple of years ago and again now. I finally heard from the Dr. office and the receptionist told me the dr. said my CA125 test was fine. I didnt get any numbers to go by so im just taking their word for it. So I guess I'll get more info when i See him after my visit to the hosptal for the other ultra sound.
I feel a little better, although I still need to find out what this "mass" is. Do they usually do surgery to remove complex mass's? I dont like the idea of that thing being in me!
Thanks again, you are all so wondeful.
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Unread 02-19-2004, 03:34 PM
You are a wonderful bunch of women!

Hi Shelby,

I am happy to hear that your ca125 number was fine. Find out the exact number anyway, just for your own records. A number of 35 or less is considered within the normal range.

I personally would assume that any mass should be taken out. Who would want something growing in them that is not supposed to be there.

Before I had my hysterectomy, I remember my oncologist/gynocologist surgeon telling me that cancerous or not, it needed to be removed.

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