i suffer from constant chest pains and headaches i was wondering what could cause it i had diffuse large b cell lymphoma and goodpastures syndrome the cancer has been gone for 3 months could either of these be a cause for the pains i get
If you've had cancer just a few months ago and you are now experiencing symptoms which concern you, tell the doctor. It may be nothing, they may dismiss you, what do you care? You need to know if this is serious or trivial given your history, and have a perfect right to worry about any new symptom. Suppose the worst and it is cancer, you know speed of diagnosis and treatment is everything. I hope this is nothing, but make sure you are satisfied with your doctor's responses. I sincerely hope you find all is well. Make that appointment tomorrow.
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