This is my first post so please excuse me if I'm not doing it correctly.
I had an ultrasound to confirm gallstones on the 1st April, unfortunately after confirming gall stones the ultrasound also picked up lesions on my liver. I was then sent for a ct scan to have a better look at them, they said they are very likely to be haemangenomas but couldn't confirm it without an mri but the consultant said it'll be a routine referral, I'm not expecting anything other than haemangenomas. My mri is tomorrow so naturally I'm concerned.
Now, on the 19th April I had a full ct/pet scan for an issue with my thymus gland (behind your breastbone) now the scan showed that my thymus area was glowing, so I have to have that out (next week actually) whilst we're were at the results appointment I asked the consultant if there were any glowing areas around my liver and he most definitely said no so that's good right? His words were "apart from the thymus area the rest of your scan is fine" again , good right?
I keep telling myself, this mri was ordered before I'd had any of the other scans done so is just a follow up really, but the cruel tricks of the mind are doing their best to convince me its liver cancer and I'm dying.
Can I please have some sensible opinions as I'm driving myself crazy