Granulosa Cell Tumor of the Ovary

Hello, I am 64 and had a total hysterectomy for endometrial cancer in May 2017. Symptoms had been spotting over some years but earlier surgery had only detected polyps. I was told the cause of the endo cancer was GCT in the right ovary..discovered by inhibin level. The cancer had not spread to the lymph.
I am having inhibin A and B tested every 6 months.
Prior to surgery my testosterone had been high and after very low..
I have been on a low oral dose of testosterone with estrogen blocker (my estrodial is less than 15) and one doctor recommended bio available hormone pellets with estrogen blocker..for libido and bone health (I have osteoporosis). I am nervous to do any hormone without the advice of someone who has some knowledge of GCT and that is hard to find! Can you help please ..or advise a local doctor? I am from Wales but live in Boulder Colorado.

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The best approach would be to see a specialist who could advise on your therapy.

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