I assumed it was the CA125 but didn't ask - that's one of the questions I'm attempting to talk to him about. Because if so, yeah, it was elevated somewhat with my endometriosis. (On the other hand, he declared that result "normal" - despite actually being pretty darn high at 249 - so what the heck "slightly elevated" means to him is beyond me; not sure if I should ask for the number or that'll just make it worse.)
I'm just upset partly because I feel like my best case scen -
Okay, MIDTYPING this, his nurse called back saying the results were all clear except the vitamin D; there was a misunderstanding with the point of my earlier call; she thought I'd simply never heard - and I asked specifically about the CA125 and she said yeah, that was a little elevated, so it was that, and apparently it wasn't something the office felt worth mentioning twice/his nurse felt necessary to mention since I had to ask. Argh. This crap is ridiculously confusing.
Anyway. I'm upset because best-case scenario, I'm looking at three months of crazy anxiety for nothing. And while that isn't that bad in the grand scheme of things, it's not really ideal. And I have NO IDEA how I'm supposed to deal with it because I know darn well how this all turned out last time, but I don't really feel any better about the situation. And if that doesn't help, what could?