I forgot to include the notes from the initial radiology report (from the ultrasound and MRI last Friday).
Here's the pertinent info from the ultrasound:
Cervix is normal and contains no nabothian cysts. There is a solid left vaginal mass measuring 6.6 x 4.4 x 4.4cm. This mass does not appear connected to the cervix or uterus. (then lots of measurements on reproductive organs...blah blah, retroverted uterus, everything I heard during infertility treatments). This mass has a worrisome appearance both on ultrasound and MRI.
And from the MRI:
(First it discusses the techniques used for the imaging). There is a large heterogeneous mass adjacent to the left lateral wall of the vagina. This mass appears separate from the vaginal wall, cervix, uterus and ovaries. The inferior aspect of this mass is ill-defined and infiltrates into the adjacent fat.
was I just called fat by the radiologist?
On postcontrast images, there is avid enhancement of this mass. On coronal images, this mass may be arising from the internal obturator muscles (listed on the visual below as obt int)
(More discussion of measurements and appearance of various reproductive organs all of which appear normal) Visualized bone marrow demonstrates normal signal intensity. Ill-defined, avidly enhancing mass is very concerning given its avid enhancement and ill-defined borders. This is possibly arising from the left obturator muscle belly. Surgical evaluation and orthopaedic oncologic consultation is recommended. The differential diagnosis includes a rhabdomyosarcoma (good lord I hope it's not that...)or other soft tissue sarcoma or less likely a gynecologic malignancy.
So that's it. Now we wait. Let me again thank you all from the bottom of my heart for all the support, advice, words of encouragement, etc. I look forward to opening my inbox every day to get my jolt of positivity.