I had same experience, first they thought i had lung cancer, because of the fluid in the lung had cancer cells, but there was no tumor, they did ct scan, nothing showed in the ct scan, then they did marker test. which showed my ca125 600. i had no any other symptoms, except blotted stomatch. no problem with my periods, no pain in my overies.. i hope this will help you to find more info about your situation.
thanks for your comment i have all the symptoms pain in groins, low back pain, nausea ive had scans but ovaries not identified on first and only one on second scan but nothing was said. i have complex endometrial hyperplasia and a fibroid but my doc said these would not be causing me pain. Has anyone had same problem
i experienced missed period now and lower back pain and blotted stomach. am scared if preganant since i am on muscle relaxant. doest it affect the baby if ever? But I doubt i'm pregnant since i am taking exluton pill.
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