so i finally had my last cycle of myocet and had my end of treatment scan on 22nd March to be told that i have had a positive response to chemo. YIPEE. Kept going back and forth to the hospital as i could feel a lump in my abdomen (upper right quadrant) and just didn't feel right, I was sent home every time and told that they could not find any reason as to why i was feeling so uncomfortable. Had appointment with onc on the 4th and saw his registrar, again she had a feel of my stomach and told me all was good. My care has been between Walsall Manor hospital and Birmingham City Hospital. On Monday I had an appointment at City and the dr straight away said i had a lump. Ticked off to say the least. Why was this not picked up at Walsall when i repeatedly told them i could feel something. You would think they would be extra careful with patients with a history of cancer. I've had a very worrying week waiting for scan reports to go across to city for an mdt to be held to see what this lump is. I have now been told that it is a psuedo cyst, has anyone else had this?
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