Can anyone tell me about this ( Androstenedione producing tumours), My blood tests revealled my Androstenedione level to be 23nmol/L and according to MDS Labs the normal range is 1.6-8.8nmol/L. The Doctor has already ruled out any Adrenal Gland Tumour and is now focusing on the Ovaries. I just want to know if this might be an indication of cancer.
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