Well the results are in and the pathology report is 8 pages long, but in a nutshell it says:
Based on immunoprofile, histomorphology and clinical presentation, the findings are most in keeping with a high grade serous carcinoma of the left ovary with cribriform (perforated like a sieve) features involving the fimbriae (fringe) of the right fallopian tube.
Lymph-vascular invasion present with malignant cells in ascites or peritoneal washings.
So in plain old English, as originally suspected, I have primary ovarian cancer stage IIIc.
I had some bloodwork done today. My incision is coming along and Dr. S. and I are both in agreement for me to resume chemotherapy.
I will meet with my chemo team next week to determine when to resume.
So I am feeling OK-my incision is sore-that is expected and I have some neuropathy in my fingers and toes (that is a residual of chemo) that I've been told may take a year to resolve, if indeed it does.
All in all, I think that considering how badly I was doing when I had the ascites and fatigue and sob, that I am doing OK for being in such a mess. :)
I had my CA-125 drawn again today and it will be interesting to see where it is post-op.
It wouldn't surprise me to see it up though, because of inflammation from the surgery.
Well, that is about it.
Go out and enjoy this beautiful day. :D I know that I will!