NorseMan wrote:Okay, so here is where I could possibly use some insight. Definitely in this life, no one gets out of here alive and by this age, we all have wear and tear on our bodies. The CT scan said I had a borderline prominent Left supraclavicular lymph node that was stable ( was 15x9 mm now 15 x 11 mm). Small amount of residual soft tissue appears within the anterior mediastinum suggesting thymic hyperplasia stable... Tiny right hepatic hypodensity too small to classify and most likely present on previous scan. Borderline splenomegaly measuring 13.1 cm previously 11.9. Small bone island with the left iliac wing is stable.
Let me know if you guys see anything there that I can or should do something about, thank you. And the feeling of intense joy because I am going to be healthy at least a little while longer completely evaporated unfortunately. Will try to get it back!
The people reading scans add in random stuff about your body. Sometimes you get someone that is very detailed and points out all of the problems and potential problems that they can see and sometimes they limit their comments to the reason why you are getting the scan. It can be a little discomforting to find out that you have problems but a lot of this comes with age or our activities.
You could look those things up on the internet or ask your GP about them. Some of them you might look into fixing if they are causing you problems or may cause problems in the future. Getting rid of cancer is the really big one though.