OK, so I don't have the final report (I hate waiting for these things) but the MRI showed the right cyst had NOT grown like the ultrasound said, and there was no invasion in the fallopian tube. No lymph nodes affected. I am relieved.
Bad news, a 4 cm cyst is in my left ovary, the site of the previous borderline tumor.
Will this ever end?
I am not as panicked, I am just going to wait and see my gyn/onc next Wed, and pursue the second opinion. BUT, I must note that the gyn/onc didn't think I needed an MRI, so my buddy who is a doctor, ordered it for me, to save the me the panic I was going through.
Why don't they give us what we need? The MRI showed in more detail what was going on, how can that not be the best medical care for me?
Anyway, I love you all for being with me the past few days, and I'll keep you updated!
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