Hello, this is Dr K.. Answers are not medical advice and do not constitute a doctor/patient relationship. I look forward to helping you today.
Its good that you were referred to a gyn oncologist right off since it appears that your gyn Dr does not know what he is doing.
Its normal not to see the ovaries in women who are postmenopausal. They do shrink down so not seeing them is a normal finding.
Fibroids are benign.
I am not sure what the mri results were. Did they show anything in the ovary?
Maybe you have not had it yet.
I am also not sure why the ca125 was done The test is not useful as a screening test. It is only useful if a suspicious ovarian mass is found, which is not the case. It can also be elevated in benign conditions like fibroids
I would not be worried about a level of 39 35 is the limit of normal. People with cancer are in the hundreds or thousands.
I think you will get much more useful info from the gyn onc Dr Have you had the mri yet?