Be prepared with questions to ask. Sometimes not even knowing what to ask is the problem, or when you get to the appt. you forget what to ask, or don't have time. I would recommend having the questions you want answered written down.
I have a long list of q's if you want to email me I can attach. Here is a quick list
What imaging will be done to determine the extent?
What should we expect for growth/involution?
What symptoms/issues should I be watching for?
What options do we have for treatment (all options...even if they are not something you or the doctor feel comfortable with... just know what is out there).
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