I WAS HAVING ABDOMINAL AND BACK PAIN. I COULDN'T SLEEP OR LAY DOWN SO I WENT TO THE DR'S. FOUND OUT I HAD A MASS ON MY AORTA THAT IS LOCATED CLOSE TO MY SPINE. AFTER SEVERAL MRI'S, SPECIALIST, AND FINALLY A CONSULTATION WITH THE TUMOR BOARD, THE BIOPSY HAPPENED AFTER THREE MONTH'S OF WAITING. THIS WAS BECAUSE THE DOCTORS DIDN'T KNOW HOW THEY WERE GOING TO GO IN AND GET WHAT THEY NEEDED BECAUSE OF THE LOCATION. THE MASS WASN'T CANCEROUS PLUS TWO LYMPHOID CANCER FREE. I WAS ADVISED TO CHECK BACK IN FOUR MONTHS. WELL FOUR MONTHS IS NOW AND THE MASS HAS GROWN A LITTLE OVER 2CM'S. I HAVE MOVED TO A NEW COUNTY AND HAVE A NEW DR. WHO IS LOST WITH THIS ISSUE. HE DOESN'T EVEN KNOW WHO TO REFER ME TOO. IT'S LIKE I'M STARTING ALL OVER AGAIN. WHAT ARE SOME OPTIONS AND IS THIS SERIOUS?
I HAVE SO MANY MEDICAL ISSUES ALREADY FOR AGE 47:
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