Jun 14, 2012 - 1:03 am
Hi all, About a month ago or maybe a little longer, I had a chest MRI done due to some ongoing post port pain. Long story short, the radiologist read the wrong side ( the BC side)! In doing so, they found a lung lesion on my left lung (again, same side where cancer was). My oncologist is not concerned stating that it doesn't have the characteristics of cancer, although she couldn't rule that out. In a nutshell she said it was one of three things, Tuberculosis (tested neg), Valley Fever or Cancer. I had one Valley Fever test (neg), but they said they tend to have false reads so want to do it again. Also, if that comes back negative again, they'll do another MRI to compare the lesion for growth or changes.