I had a large ovarian tumor(non cancerous) when I was 27 so I understand to some extent. It sounds like they have identified the problem and done a thorough examination and that you seem to be fine at least in that regard. I know one major concern for when I had my tests was the blood work because when you have cancer it gets all out of whack, and luckily mine was good, as is yours. It's scary to find out that something in your body is off, especially the first time, it can certainly make you more aware(even hyper aware) of your body and you find you notice things that you wouldn't have given a second thought to before. From what you say, I think you are doing fine; just be sure to follow up with the doctor and mention any additional symptoms.