hey there Jessie- I saw your comment about the cysts ("If you have a tumor all types of sonograms can pick it up. Unlike a breast sonogram, a pelvic does not miss things. They clearly see the ovaries, uterus and even the thickenss of the uterine lining.") and I had a question... do sonograms pick up ov ca in the early stages? I am so confused about ov ca and WHY they say it is "virtually undetectable" until a Stage IV.....doesn't that mean sonograms *can't* pick up abnomalities??
I am not trying to be argumentative, I truly want to know, since, if I could just get a pelvic ultrasound every 6 months or so, and that would give me peace of mind that we'd find something in it's very early stages, I might opt for that....but I don't think that's the case, which is why I am asking you... I know you are the "cyst guru"!!!! ;-)
thank you thank you!
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