About Me: Female, 65, Austin, TX, member since Apr 2008
I am in my late 50's, widowed a couple of years ago, have 4 grown kids (2 step), and am a civil engineer. I was recently diagnosed with a large cyst on my ovary. Still working on further diagnosis and what to do now...
I am pretty new to this site but have found lots of great advice and things to think about. I hope you find all the same things. I have been going through this craziness for alittle bit now. The nice thing is that we can all relate.
good luck feel free to chat if you'd like
Hi Suzie,Just wanted to let you know I can relate. If you ever want to talk, you know where to find me.
I am also post menopausal and that's why the gyn is concerned about my cyst that has gotten larger instead of going away.
I have made some post about it if you want to know more.
I am new to the group too and it is a great place to learn what we need to be asking the doctors.
Good luck at the drs. appt.
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