I was diagnosed with granuloma cell cancer as my type of ovarian cancer 4 months ago. I had a complete hysterectomy including removing my appendix and part of my abdominal wall 3 months ago. At that time lymph nodes were removed and it appeared that all the cancer had been removed. My inhibin b levels were 7 when released from the hospital. My 3 month check my inhibin b levels rose to 44. My doctor didn't think the test was correct so we retook the blood test. Within a week and a half the level went up from 44 to 54. I've done my googling with no luck in finding anything that says why the levels have gone up being I had a complete hysterectomy. Doctor ordered a CT scan but have to wait for insurance to preauthorize it before it can be scheduled. So in the mean time, anyone in the same boat as me have any insight?
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