general good health - having some very low abdominal paid like bad menstrual cramps. my dr ordered CT scan, ultrasound, blood work. cysts on ovaries and fibroids on uterus - she wants to do another US??
MY BIG CONCERN -- blood work is fine, but she found a 2.8 bi-lobe cyst on my liver and made an appointment for me with a LIVER TRANSPLANT specialist. She won't tell me why she thinks I should go - only that I need to go. If my blood work is fine and my health is good.. WHY would she insist I see this specialist??? Not ashamed to say I'm getting VERY upset that she won't tell me WHY! . any insight will be most appreciated.
frankly I am not sure either. Although a liver transplant specialist, the doctor is presumably also an hepatobiliary surgeon. your primary doc probably wants an opinion regarding what the cyst is, not that you need a transplant.
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