I have just finished 6 treatments of chemo for stage 1A pappalery serous ovarian cancer. Had surgery in March of this year and chemo following 6 weeks later. My ca125 is 34 and no cancer. CT scan done the 31st showed a mass where a lymph node had been removed. Doc said not to worry about it and it happens in 20% of PTS. Well I am worried. He said it may disolve. He ordered another CT for November. Has anyone had this condition? Seems like its always something.
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