Low Grade Primary Peritoneal Cancer with abdominal and back pain in same area
I have low grade serous primary peritoneal adenocarcinoma, Stage 3B. I am on a 2nd line therapy of Arimidex since proven platinum resistant post chemo. Since I've developed a severe fatty liver that's enlarged with consistent elevated liver enzymes. Then an enlarged spleen developed has stayed enlarged for around a year now. I have developed severe left upper quadrant pain just under the ribs and had progressed to bad pain in my back at the same location. I've also have chronic elevated calcium, albumin and proteins. Does anyone have any ideas of what is going on? I'm constantly blown off and not given the time of day by my gyn oncologist. Feel alone trying to figure this out.
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