A 29-year-old female asked:
Us showed 34mm hemorrhagic cyst on left ovary & 30mm mature follicle on right ovary despite ovulating 11days before scan, is it a growing simple cyst?
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Obstetrics and Gynecology 56 years experience
Ovarian "cysts": The ovary produces a "cyst" (follicle) every cycle, but some do not rupture to release a mature egg, leaving the cyst intact. Hemorrhagic cysts can be from endometriosis and are not related to ovulation. When either cyst reaches a certain point, it will rupture and cause transient pain, but these kinds of cysts are not related to possible conception.
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