I have been diagnosed with 2 large cavernous liver hemangiomas. Recently I was taken to hospital with ongoing symptoms and they discovered them. I had scans, blood tests etc (unrelated to the yet undiscovered hemangiomas). I didn't tell them I had just recently had a car accident; because of the impact my car was written off. A van went into the side of me. How do I know if the hemangioma has been bleeding, I still feel ill and have been told that it shouldn't be giving me any problems but the specialist didn't know I had the accident, so wouldn't be thinking of that. Im just concerned that something is going on with it. But I have been 'discharged' without any further notice. So, would a scan pick up the bleeding, is there anything which I should be looking for, or am I worrying about nothing? I hope that is the case....
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