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Ct Scan shows a 4.5cm mass in abdominal area
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Ct Scan shows a 4.5cm mass in abdominal area

I am a 35 yo that had a partial hysterectomy 3 years ago.  Since late March, I have been experiencing pain in my lower to mid abdomin (abdomen), with severe bloating.  I workout 5 days a week so I am very in tune with my body.  I have also been experiencing pain in my breasts(nipple area mainly) and in my armpits, as well as pressure/pain in my groin area.  I thought at first that I had herniated again.  But that is not the case. Should there be any questions that I need to specifically ask my doctors?  BTW, I also had a abdominal ultrasound today and are awaiting the results.  
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Hi There,
It is good to keep a pain and symptom diary and record your symptoms and the frequency (such as once a week or 3 times a day) and also if your symptoms are associated with a particular activity (eating, sex, working out).
that can help focus in on what might be the issues.
you have as a tag line "mass, ct scan"
did you have a CT scan? If so, what exactly does the report say?
take care
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