After on-going health problems this year I had a liver MRI which reported ‘at least 3 types of lesion’ present on my liver. A simple 4cm cyst, a 2.5cm haemangioma and a the third notable mass was reported as ‘most likely’ an ademona, 4.8cm involving the liver bed.
The GPs are totally writing me off when I attend with ongoing problems, despite one telling me he’d never seen one and to talk to a specialist I feel like I’m making a fuss when asking for a gastro referral. I attended recently with acute right rib pain which has now abated but ongoing indigestion and shoulder pain is constant. Have been suffering from colds/flu also for around 8wks. Was told rib pain was a pulled muscle and made to feel like a hypochondriac.
Took it up myself to talk the hospital gastro secretary myself and she relayed that the specialists don’t think the MRI results should be causing me pain either but she’ll try get me apmnt.
I had a private endoscopy a few wks ago, negative hplylori, no ulcers which was surprised me as I was sure it was this causing my never ending heartburn.
Should I be pursuing a gastro apmnt? There’s lots of info on the internet about liver adenomas, most suggesting that at very least they should be monitored - but no one seems to be even slightly concerned except me. I also am concerned at the ‘most likely’ diagnosis. I would be able to put this to the back of my mind if I felt well – but I don’t.
Appreciate any advice.