I have been told in the past that I was in the "grey" zone. I have had several biopsies performed on my cervix. The doctor had advised me that I may very well develop ovarian cancer. I have been having unusual right upper thigh pains, that go deep. I also seem to have bloating in my abdomimal area. I just would like to know if these are possible signs that I should see about ? Thank you for your help.
I have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and prior to this I also suffered severe leg pains and bloating which were not acted upon as being a problem by doctors. I was told I had sciatica!! I would strongly advise you to get it checked out and keep on if the symptoms continue and you aren't satisfied with the diagnosis. Hope this is of help.
Hi, this is new for me and I just came across the message board and felt I needed some help. I too have been suffering from lower back and consistent right leg pain with periodic tingling sensation. In the last 2 months i have seen an Ortho and a Spine Dr who thought it was nerve damage of somewhat from my pregnancy with my daughter. I am scheduled in two weeks to see a neurologist for testing of my r.leg for nerve damage. Come to find out yesterday after having a spine mri and a pelvic mri. My Spine Dr called and notified he was scheduling me first thing this a.m for contrast CT because I have a potential mass to the right of my SI Joint which he believes is causing the pain. I am very scared. The Pelvic MRI indicated it could either be a complex cyst or an ovarian mass. I have been reading this board and so many of you are so brave and have been through so much. It's amazing how helpful you are to all these women. I am just praying that I have good news tomorrow and all will be fine, but there is a part of me that is truly expecting the worse. I am 36 and we were planning on getting pregnant again soon with our second. I was advised not to for now. I have had this leg pain for about 6 months but blamed it on other things. I have no idea of the size of the mass that was not told to me. I have contacted my OBGYN and he is waiting for his copy of the CT report. I hope to hear news soon but has anyone else had any other symptoms like this? If so please write me and any information you can provide would be of great help! Thanks for reading and all my prayers are out there for all of you suffering and recovering! Kaylee
Hello Everyone with leg pain and others fatigue,
I hope this may help or I may get help I have had severe leg pains and is worse when I drive for very long I have had several vein and artery test and they keep coming back neg. I have even had the Radioactive Dye test where they ejected you between your toes called? it was done at Riley hospital part of IU the only place that does it the radiative part really scared me! and a MRI it is so bad I cant not sleep at night I was diagnosed with CML which is Chronic Myeloid Leukemia last Sept 05 which I don't think they are related I get very bloated in the evenings . I had a Hysterectomy years ago Im totally lost on this leg pain its all the way down my right leg not my knee area. The way they found my Leukemia Bone Morrow Cancer was though a CBC complete blood work my platelets were elevated last Feb 05 to 450 but no one noticed even though I had told my Dr that my skin hurt as well.as of Aug.05 my platelets were over a million an was a sure sign of cancer or something serious. They immediately did a Bone Morrow Tap (horribly Pain ful)You should be put to sleep for this one. I was on Argylin to get my platelets down so I would not have a stroke or a heart attack and then was also put on Gleevec, Gleevec has brought my counts in a normal range but the side affects is my whole body hurts my bones feel like I have been run over by a truck. I get extremely tired and cant work If I do the simplest things as going to the grocery store I wonder if I will make it home. and then I have to go to bed. If anyone has any answers please write to me and excuse my loss of spelling and thoughts. ***@**** thanks
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