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Overian cancer, what is the normal count of Serum 125 ?

Overian cancer - what is the normal count of Serum 125?? Hello, My aunt (56 year old)is diagnosed with Ovarian cancer(3c stage) recently and she is done with 3 chemotherapy cycles so far. Doctors said they are going to operate and amputate the infected organs(in another 15 days)including ovaries, cervix(or pelvis)...i am not sure regarding the surgery but her serum 125 reports have come today and i have seen that the count before the cycles was 58 and now its this fine?? I would like to know regarding this and also the safe limit of this count. And can she have alcohol??I am worried because she had alcohol(beer) twice when shez under chemotherapy just after 3-4 days of the it OK if she haves 1-3 beers ?? Thank You.
Asked On : Fri, 12 Mar 2010
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Normal levels of 125 is normal again. There is no problem with it I guess. While on chemotherapy taking alcohol is not advisable if she has not told her doc about it. Do get it clarified wiht your treating doc.

Answered: Mon, 15 Mar 2010
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