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... I just signed up for this Health board today. I noticed your entry. My sister had a thing like a blood blister on her liver. The doctors were very concerned. She ended up having surgery. The "blood blister was sucessfully removed. No cancer! It was wonderful! ... (13 replies)
... My doctor wants me to have a ct because he saw something on my liver from the ultrasound I had for my gallbladder. He said he thinks it's a blood blister and it's no big deal. ... (13 replies)
... heard of a FLC but i know the FNH do usually have a central scar. My surgeon said it was where it "grew from" and that it is the "Bleed" inside . imagine a blood blister and that is what its like!!Lets hope they call you tomorrow with some good news. If you are anything like me i always want to know NOW! and not wait. ... (288 replies)

... depending on just where the angioma is actually located on your liver and just how big it is,well you would possibly be able to actually feel it.makes sense to me. ... (13 replies)
... If I understand correctly, people often feel discomfort where you described from benign liver problems, such as hemangiomas, adenomas, fatty liver...all sorts of reasons. It could be a fairly large hemangioma, which would explain the discomfort. ... (13 replies)
Blister on liver
Feb 13, 2015
... I have been told that I have blisters on my liver, what does this mean and what are the implications? (0 replies)
... Sorry for not writing back. I had to delay the test a few weeks. I'm going on May 24th for the cat-scan. Still worried. My doctor said if it's a hemangioma, which he thinks it is, that I shouldn't be able to feel it. But I feel something! It's right under my right breast by my ribcage and it feels like it's swollen and it's rubbing against something. I don't know how to... (13 replies)
... I had to have it removed because of the risk of paralyzation was too high to leave it in.that was fun.i really do think this little glob on your liver will not cause you any real huge problems.this would be the most likely type of 'blood glob'.good luck and please keep us all posted onhow things go. ... (13 replies)
... for him,this was actually a sign of liver disease.this is NOT always the case. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Marcia, Yes, my doctor did check me out and he didn't feel anything. I didn't mention before that he thinks I might be having problems with my gallbladder also, which might be what I'm feeling on my ribs. I'm having a hida scan for that after the ct-scan. I will keep you posted. Thanks for listening! (13 replies)
... I am wondering how this all went too??? please let us know when you can,K?hope all is well,Marcia (13 replies)
... Have you had that CT scan yet? What were the results? (13 replies)
... Thank you for the message. I know I'm worrying too much, but sometimes it's hard not to. Thanks again for the positive post! (13 replies)
... Thank you for your message. I have been so worried about it. I don't think I would have known either but I'm swollen and my dr. thought it was my gallbladder. But then he saw it after the ultrasound. Is it normal to be swollen? Maybe not even swollen, I feel like there is something under my skin, right under my ribs. It feels irritated. I will let you know how the... (13 replies)
... Good! Believe me, I know how scary it is waiting for more information about a condition you had no idea you had; you just want them to get on with the tests, deal with it, and get back to your life. I feel strongly that you will get good info from the ct scan that will help your doctor decide what, if any, action is necessary. In the meantime, know that this is something... (13 replies)
... Thank you for the reply. You have made me feel so much better. (13 replies)
... Could he have been referring to a hemangioma? That is a very common, benign "blood tumor" that occurs more often in women than men. Most often, there are no symptoms or complications and it is found in the course of ultrasounds, etc., for other problems, such as your gallbladder. Occasionally further treatment is necessary. Your doctor will get more info from the ct scan. ... (13 replies)




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