Seems like every doc is different. Mine see me every three months. I am asked a battery of questions about new pain and so on. I have no bloodwork and no scans. I had a triple negative tumor, and there's pretty much no bloodwork that can detect recurrence... Scans are performed if I have symptoms of a recurrence or symptoms of metastatic disease. So far, so good. I am one week from ONE YEAR since the last bit of treatment (double mastectomy - I had neoadjuvant chemo).
So, I guess the questions I suggest you ask are:
How long am I on the once-every-three-month plan?
What scans are appropriate (if you have breast tissue, mammos and MRIs may be the right answer)?
What bloodwork is appropriate?
What should I be on the look out for (i.e., when should I call and make an appointment)?
If you have any remaining side effects from chemo (if you had chemo) or surgery or rads (if you had rads), then ask those questions as well.
You should leave the appointment with a clear idea of how the next few years will go.
If you have questions about the risk of recurrence, you can also ask those questions.
If you are taking a hormone therapy drug, you might have questions about those meds and their potential side effects etc...
I hope that helps.
Sorry you have to deal with all of this - but congrats on making it to the end of treatment!