Hi Everyone, hoping someone might lend me a little knowledge
Please if anyone can help relieve my fears. 2 years ago during an ultrasound for my gallbladder the tech noticed a nodular density on my pancreas. They called it a "yellow dot file" I recently changed Drs and my new one found the report and sent me for US, next week. This is what the last report says:
liver homogenous. no evidence of biliary dilation. Portal vein reveals hepatopetal flow. known cholelithiasis. Tail of the pancreas not seen. hypoechoic, well-defined nodular density anterior to the pancreatic head or within the anterior aspect of the pancreatic head measuring 1.9x1.1x1.8. Could be lymph node, or pancreatic head cyst with debris, other solid lesion cant be excluded. Folowow up suggested and MRI should be considered.
That was two years ago, and I didnt even know about this. I read the odds on pancreatic cancer, to anyone with knowledge, with my understanding this is the internet and one cant be diagnosed this way, any impression on the results?
My bloodwork looked good, but I have been having major stomach issues. My food does not seem to digest, but sit at the top of my stomach making me look very pregnant! All it takes is a few bites. I have recently had Mononucleosis and a Vitamin D Deficiency. I have recurring pain upper left side near ribs. I also have a brain disease that creates to much CSF fluid called Intracranial Hyptertension.
Have any of you seen a report that looked like this? Im worried because I did not know about this for so long
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