A 31-year-old female asked:
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scan shows the left ovary has a 3cm echogenic cyst, probably a haemorrhagic follicular cyst. will this cause infertility issues? thank you.

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Dr. Jeffrey Shyu
10 years experience Radiology
It shouldn't: Hemorrhagic cysts are very common causes of pelvic pain, and not related to infertility. Also, your cyst is not large enough to typically cause ovarian torsion. You can get a repeat ultrasound six weeks later to show that the cyst is resolving.
Answered on May 15, 2017
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