My dr rang me today and asked me to come in this afternoon to discuss my FNA results. He said they were inconclusive, that he's been in touch with different drs already and he'll be referring me urgently (said he put a red flag beside my name so should get a date soon!) to a surgeon. He thinks they will want to repeat the FNA and if its inconclusive or shows anything sinister they will want to remove it ASAP. He seemed to want to prepare me for needing surgery, most of the convo was geared around the possibility of surgery (although did once say it could be nothing and they will see me every 3/6 months of so!). I understand the limitations of the FNA and that sometimes they don't know what it is until its removed, but was wondering if anyone has ever had a clear result after an inconclusive one? Is my dr just being over cautious or would there be something in the results that he doesnt like the look of but doesnt say!? He also said they may to do a 'proper biopsy', anyone know what this will entail!? Thanks for any advice!
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