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... back pain ever since my surgery and thought that it was from that until last August 2012. I went to the ER with extremely bad back pain, bloating in my ribs and what felt like labor pains in my back. They did another scan and found out that I have gone from one lesion to now having seven. The first one has now grown from 6. ... (0 replies)
... I had considered a second opinion right after I got the diagnosis but I delayed and now I figure I'll wait until we see what the masses are doing after my next MRI in late sumner I am 46, long time BCP user. I have discontinued them. ... (5 replies)
... Go to the Doctor for high blood pressure. To check for causes of high blood pressure they were going to send me for an abdominal ultrasound to check my kidneys. While at the appointment, I mentioned I was feeling some discomfort in my upper right abdominal quadrant. ... (19 replies)

... Have you had an MRI before, or just ultrasounds? ... (19 replies)
... years before I had it investigated though. If it is causing you pain then I would definitely be asking to have it removed, or at least closely monitored to see how fast it is growing. ... (1 replies)
... ly has become distended and the area over the liver is very tender. I can feel pressure on my ribcage where the liver is now pressing against it. Sitting upright for a long period causes pain in the liver area, both front and back. ... (12 replies)
... the lobe in which my tumour is located. That makes me wonder if they're still looking for the scar. And in which case that means they don't know for certain that it's FNH. ... (6 replies)
... Agree with them you really need toget checked out by a (Hep Doc) Liver specialalist... (12 replies)
... and this lasted for the better part of my day. ... (12 replies)
... I don't want to freak you out, but it is a really serious surgery. You will probably be in ICU for 24 hours. You will have drains hanging out of your side that you have to pin to your hospital gown just to get out of bed. You will need help getting to the bathroom at first when in the hospital. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you so much for your response! ... (3 replies)
... My name is Kim and I am 27 yrs old. I was dx with FNH last July. It was a looong process that started in October of 2006. I went to my gastro for my IBS which I've had since I was young. ... (22 replies)
... AMCSKY. I just went through what you are going through now and I was terrified. They found my FNH by accident while doing an ultra sound for my gallballder. ... (7 replies)
... me back as FNH, so he did not take it out. Then he sent the biopsy away to a lab, and it came back as an Adenoma, so it had to come out. Very often, the surgeons do not know for sure what kind of tumor it is, but keep in mind, the carcinoma is brought up just to cover their butts. ... (13 replies)
... i used to read all about you when i was first diagnosed! ... (13 replies)
... Thanks for the responses. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, its interesting that you say that you get the burning in your back and it often keeps you awake at nights, as it does so for me too, that burning in the back, Im so glad that i can speak to someone with the same pain agonising I must say. ... (10 replies)
... ut with being denied life insurance due to my liver enzymes being off. I went to a few doctor's who said we can't find anything wrong so perhaps this is the way you always are. ... (1 replies)
... The lesion was found inadvertently when I had an abdominal CT scan in October 2005 as part of testing I had for digestive problems. ... (9 replies)
... Mary I too was diagnosised with a FNH tumor in my liver. I think for a woman it's a little different then it is for a man because these tumors can be estrogen fed. ... (293 replies)


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