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if you are urinating more often than normal, you could have a bacterial bladder infection
you need to see your doctor or to to the health clinic and give a urine sample for urinalysis and urine culture to check for bacterial urinary tract infection
you may need a course of antibiotics to treat the infection and to feel better.
I bet your boarderline ovarian cyst issue is not a metastatic cancer
I'm glad you had your left ovary removed.
the blood test they are testing most likely is a CA-125 level and I bet this will be normal
have you had a bladder infection before?
I'm glad you had your urine checked.
you could be fighting off a viral infection.
your symptoms are none specific and don't point to metastatic cancer.
your post op pain should get better over time.
when do you go back to see your doctor about your blood test results
don't let your anxiety symptom get out of control with worry here.
most likely not due to your cyest
could be a viral infection
or caused by anxiety and worry symptoms.
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you went to the hospital already for testing and evaluation.
they didn't think you needed antibiotics at the hospital.
you should have a follow up appointment to see your GP doctor in a few weeks.
you shouldn't worry
it doesn't sound like you need antibiotics at this point.
but you do need to see your GP doctor in follow up in the next few weeks.
is more information
Tumors of low malignant potential (i.e., borderline tumors) account for 15% of all epithelial ovarian cancers.
Nearly 75% of these tumors are stage I at the time of diagnosis. These tumors must be recognized because their prognosis and treatment is clearly different from the frankly malignant invasive carcinomas
these are not aggressive ovarian cancers and are often successfully cured with surgery to remove the ovary.
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