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What does this report mean
Submitted: 9 months ago.Category: Oncology
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Oncologist: Dr. David, Doctor (MD) replied 9 months ago
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Oncologist: Dr. David, Doctor (MD) replied 9 months ago

it looks like you had a protein electrophoresis blood test

why did you have this done?

there is more to the report as well.

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Customer reply replied 9 months ago
Nope fna test of my lymph node
Customer reply replied 9 months ago
I don't see anything more on report
Customer reply replied 9 months ago
The interpretation is listed what does that mean
Oncologist: Dr. David, Doctor (MD) replied 9 months ago

I see.

this is a flow cytometry analysis of cells in your lymph node.

it should be part more of a full pathology report from the lymph node biopsy.

pathologist run flow cytometry analysis of cells aspirated from a lymph node to look for sigsn of lymphoma or mononuclear cells (many cells which have come from one cell origin)

it is normal to find T cells in your lymph node

what is good is that they didn't find signs of cancer or lymphoma in your lymph node.

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Customer reply replied 9 months ago
That's what it says ? Does it point towards anything
Oncologist: Dr. David, Doctor (MD) replied 9 months ago

no, it doesn't point towards anything

it shows there is no cancer and no lymphoma in that lymph node

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Oncologist: Dr. David, Doctor (MD) replied 9 months ago

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Customer reply replied 9 months ago
Have a weird question one year ago I was placed on prometrium 200 mg daily because was only making estrogen and was getting thick lining with polyps I asked my gyne if this hormone being identical hormone could cause breast cancer was told no now I have a tiny lump went to top breast Dr thinks it's nothing but having it checked I asked him and he said prometrium poses a risk for breast cancer . I take it every day because 10 times a month wasn't working so now I feel stuck ! I don't know what to believe
Oncologist: Dr. David, Doctor (MD) replied 9 months ago

I am a cancer doctor

there is a small increased risks for breast cancer with taking prometrium.

if you are not having more children, you can stop the prometrium and have a hysterectomy.

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Customer reply replied 9 months ago
Normal doseage is 10 times a month I take every day for a year and 10xs month for a year or two before ! I am scared I am doomed already . Would the higher doseage already have done something ? I still get my period and make a good amount of estrogen .
Oncologist: Dr. David, Doctor (MD) replied 9 months ago

you are not doomed already

you can stop it and have a hysterectomy.

you don't have breast cancer now

it would not have done something.

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Customer reply replied 9 months ago
I have a lump that the top breast cancer Dr felt today going for a diagnostic mammogram and intense sonogram he said he's not worried but I am scared plus if I get a hysterectomy I have idiopathic pericardial effusion . I should be in menopause soon I will be 51 next month
Oncologist: Dr. David, Doctor (MD) replied 9 months ago

don't be scared.

I bet you don't have breast cancer.

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Customer reply replied 9 months ago
I hope you are right but think I have a higher chance due to the higher dosage I have taken
Oncologist: Dr. David, Doctor (MD) replied 8 months ago

there is nothing you can do about that now

stop the prometrium and you will be fine.

let me know if you have other questions.
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Customer reply replied 8 months ago
Would it happen over that period of time
Oncologist: Dr. David, Doctor (MD) replied 8 months ago

no, you would not develop cancer over that period of time.

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