A year ago I went to the quick care for a cough. Didn't have fever or anything else, just a terrible cough. They found a white spot on lung, at that time I chose to ignore the white spot because I felt better. This December I got the flu something fierce. The quick care did another x-ray. The doctor there thought the white spot had gotten more dense. He sent for me a cat scan right then. The radiologist report was to just watch it and have another cat scan in 6 months. I don't know, maybe it's all in my head. I am exhausted all the time. It's all I can do to work my job and go home and cook dinner and pick up the house something I have always enjoyed doing. Now within the last two weeks, I have noticed when I wash my hair it is falling out. My leg has also started hurting badly right behind the knee. Should I do something sooner then the radiologist and family doctor has told me to do?
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