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Left Mass - Increased CA125

I am 41 years old.  I had blood tests approximately three months ago, which revealed a CA125 of 27, increased to 30+ and now 127.  I had a vaginal ultrasound today, which revealed a cyst inside my left ovary.  A doppler was performed and no blood flow to the cyst was revealed.  I am being referred to MD Anderson and am terrified.  Neither of my parents had cancer (father died of massive heart attack at 53, mother died of end-stage renal disease at 64).  My paternal grandmother died of colon cancer; paternal grandfather died of heart attack.
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Meant *Lupron
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I would like to add I have a history of endometriosis, with numerous laparoscopic surgeries to assist, as well as Lupeon treatments. I gave birth to twins ten years ago.
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