Re: Question about ovarian cancer
In mine and my doctors (gynocologist) opinion, 1 mo. is not too long to wait. You do not know if you have cancer yet. You may not. I had to wait 3 mo. inbetween, to see if the cysts on my ovaries got larger or smaller and if they became simple or complex. I had one of each type, on my ovaries. The complex cysts are more likely to become cancerous - I think. You need to wait til you get the results of the CA125, which they usually have to send off. This blood test is not a for sure way to tell if you have cancer, but if it is high, it may be more likely to be cancerous. (Mine was low or normal.) And the next step might be to get a biopsy. (Be careful if you have one of these in the dr. office, they hurt. Ask for pain meds.) Each doctor does things a little different, tho!
If you are really worried about it, after those tests above, then ask him about a laparscopy (sp?). Then he can look and see.
Good luck to you and come back and talk any time you need or want.
Take care. Wannabe