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  1. Hello, You certainly seem to be experiencing many physical and mental health issues. I really encourage you to schedule an appt with your: primary care doc mental health provider you've taken much time to journal your daily symptoms and your PCP would be the go to source! Best wishes on your journey
  2. @TJMTom if I may ask, was the 1.2cm nodule determined to be non-cancerous at that time? I thought I read you had it followed for several years. So they didn't biopsy you in 2005?
  3. @BrianK my pulmonologist explained that actelectasis is commonly reported due to being supine during the CT. It’s reported on most of my scans. So I wouldn’t worry. No abnormalities were reported on your CT 👍
  4. Hello Brian I’ve never had my lung CT’s with contrast.
  5. @LexieCat I know you are finishing your trial soon and have been dealing with so much with super GRIT!!!! I've been silently cheering for you from California. So happy you are getting out of jail soon Keep going strong!!
  6. Yes LexieCat the nodule survelliance program has an interdisciplinary team with interventional pulmonologist, thoracic surgeon, oncologist and radiologist. Thanks for your input
  7. Thanks Everyone for your suggestions. I have had another Chest CT as the nodule was found incidentally on a CT Urogram. Radiologist recommends PET/CT scans and/or biopsy in three months. I am waiting for a referral to Stanford Lung Nodule surveillance program. Another finding on Chest CT was bibasilar Atelectasis in both Lower lobes. Anyone else have this? I have read various reasons for this but most don't fit for me.
  8. Thanks Everyone for your suggestions. I have had another Chest CT as the nodule was found incidentally on a CT Urogram. Radiologist recommends PET/CT scans and/or biopsy in three months. I am waiting for a referral to Stanford Lung Nodule surveillance program. Another finding on Chest CT was bibasilar Atelectasis in both Lower lobes. Anyone else have this? I have read various reasons for this but most don't fit for me.
  9. Thanks Lexie I am a former smoker and 57 years old. I had a CT for another issue but I am in a risk group.
  10. A 9mm x 6mm lung nodule in right middle lobe was incidentally found on my CT scan. Radiologist did not document the composition of the nodule so I don’t know if it’s solid, subsolid, etc? very vague in her report. Anyone else experience this?
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