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Pain in pelvis with normal PET, MRI. BONE METS?

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As you know I had pet, bone and mri scans last April. All negative. And have had chemo and AI's ever since.

I just had a pain (that lasted for just one or two seconds) in the top of my pelvis today. It was a pain I have never had before, and it felt like a hot poker. Could a pain that is so short be the early stages of bone mets? I have heard that even in the early stages, bone pain lasts longer than that, but I wanted to confirm it with you.

I am hoping that it can not be bone mets, because if that is true, I am going to keep worrying to see if it comes back.

Thank you.


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Expert:  Dr. Prasad Eswaran replied 4 Days.

Hello,
A clinical decision of bone disease is considered based on insidiously progressing pain and not an intermittent self relieving pain. Additionally supported by imaging studies. Your previous studies were normal.
I would suggest you to repeat investigations as needed based on your oncologists's opinion and physical examination findings.
Kind regards


Patient replied :

Thank you. So you are saying that since the pain is self-relieving, it is unlikely to be mets? Even in early stages?


Expert:  Dr. Prasad Eswaran replied 3 Days.

Hello,
I mean to say it is unlikely when you are currently on treatment and prior scans were negative.
Regards.


Patient replied :

Hello,
I mean to say it is unlikely when you are currently on treatment and prior scans were negative.
Regards.



Dr. Prasad Eswaran
Category: Hematologist
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Doctorate in Medicine (Fellowship in Oncology), DM,  Madras Medical College & Govt. General Hospital, Chennai, India.

Doctor of Medicine (Residency in Radiation Oncology) , MD, Christian Medical College, Vellore, Tamilnadu, India, 2004-06.

Diploma in Medical Radiology & Therapy (Residency in Radiation Oncology), D.M.R.T, Madras Medical College & Govt. General Hospital, Chennai, India, 2004-06.

Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery - M.B.B.S, Govt. Stanley Medical College & Hospital, Chennai, India, 1998-2004.
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