Ultrasound showed hemangioma on liver

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HI everyone my ultrasound showed that I have hemangioma on my liver doctor reassured me it’s 99% hemangioma but he wants me to have a CT scan regardless to confirm it’s nothing serious was wondering if anyone else out there at similar situation this is really stressing me out thanks in advance.

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    Just got diagnosed this tuesday with a 29x20 cm lump in my liver which is probably a Focal Nodular Hyperplasia (benine tumour of the liver). I have been asked to do an MRI this saturday as well to make sure it's nothing dangerous.

    Overall freaking out and very stressed, hopefully I am okay.

    Did you figure out if yours is fine?

    My aunt has a hemangioma shes been living with it for years without problems

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    hi john i just found out yesterday that i have hemangioma on my liver after having an ultra scan and i also have to get a CT scan done end of january i have been feeling nausea alot over last few months really worried myself whats going to show up on CT scan..I also was told theres increased fat on my liver maybe the nausea has nothing to do with the hemangioma but its all very stressing indeed i am in much the same situation as yourself..

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    i had a grapefruit size hemangioma on my liver 14 years ago. Transplant doctor removed it ( resected about 3/4 of my liver).i had no issues for the next 12 years. Two years ago i had a blood clot in my only remaining hepatica vien leading to my heart. I would recommend getting several opinions before doing anything drastic.

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