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2 Cm Ovarian Cyst
Depends: At 4 1/2 cm if it's a simple cyst, then it may not need to be operated on at all. At that size, many of these cysts do resolve on their own, considering, of course, that they are simple and filled with solely fluid. Having said that, if the cyst is causing twisting of the ovary, if there's severe pain, then doctor might have other recommendations. ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Pelvic u/s showed a 2 CM ovarian cyst. Pain got worse,u/s repeated 2 days later.Cyst was now 4 CM. Will it keep growing that quickly? It hurts a lot
I was diagnosed with 5.2 CM ovarian cyst. It doesn't cause me problems, i didn't even know that before the ultrasound. Is surgery necessary?
Cysts will resolve: Small cysts on the ovary are very common. The overwhelming majority will resolve on their own without surgery. Although they may hurt the best treatment is to take Ibuprofen for the pain and to wait to see if it goes away. Usually obgyns will repeat the sonogram 6-8 weeks later to confirm the cyst has resolved. ...Read more
Could s simple 2 cm ovarian cyst on ultrasound that shows up as small enhancing cyst on ct scan be malignant in a premenopausal woman? no change in yr
Low chance: If the cyst is described as simple then there is only fluid inside. So no other growths inside the cyst. Simple cysts are almost always benign. The fact that it hasn't changed in a year is also a good sign. Overall, very low chance of being malignant. Ask your doctor to monitor it every year. ...Read more
2 cm ovarian cyst, left hydosalpinx. Gyn treated with antibiotics. Will it go away? Never had std, why did it occur in the first place?
Hydrosalpinx: Pelvic inflammatin can occur with non STD bacteria as well and is typically less severe than the type associated with an STD. In addition, some women have been exposed to chlamydia and took an antibiotic that treated it without knowing it. This is called silent chlamydia. A chlamydia trachomatis IgG can be ordered to see if that is the case. This is a blood test. ...Read more
Typically cysts less than 6cm in the reproductive age group ( your age) will resolve spontaneously with time. You should see your doctor however if you experience any worsening pain over the next couple of weeks to have the cyst rechecked. ...Read more
A 4.0 * 3.6 * 2.7 CM ovarian cyst is on m right ovary. How big is that? Can it be dangerous during pregnancy?
Quite common: It is quite common to have an ovarian cyst in pregnancy. Really the only way a cyst can be dangerous to your pregnancy is if it twists on itself (torsion) and requires surgical removal during the pregnancy. Most cysts that undergo torsion are significantly larger than yours. If you have no symptoms of pain, i would not worry at this time. If pain develops talk to you primary ob. ...Read more
Enlarging lt ovary 4.4x3.2x2.3, with cyst in it, 2.4 CM hypoechoic ovarian cyst on same ovary 8 months. Having pain and bleeding. Is this concerning?
Excessive gas for past 2 months. 2.8 CM complex ovarian cyst. How likely is it that this is ovarian cancer? Could IBS come on this suddenly?
Unlikely: Those findings not cosistantly with cancer. Cyst small and u are young. Try MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) 1 dose in juice per day along with probiotics, ibs is a syndrome of alternating constipation and diarrhea, affected by anxiety, and, at times a major problem. It's not likely that. You should be fine! don't worry too much. ...Read more
1 inch ovarian cyst:
Adnexa are the structures closely related to the uterus and include the ovaries and the fallopian tubes. Left adnexal cyst means a cyst on the left side involving the ovary.
Most of these are benign. ...Read more
Take it easy: You should refrain from excessive physical activity as cysts in this size range have a tendency to torse or twist causing excessive pain. Should pain worsen significantly this may be a sign of a medical emergency and you need to seek care in the ER or your with your GYN who is following you ...Read more
I have a 4.7 CM ovarian cyst, very painful! It was found TWO years ago at 3 cm. should I have this removed? What is the procedure to remove it?
Ovarian Cyst: Most ovarian cysts, even larger ones, will usually resolve spontaneously in younger women. However, if it is very painful for you, you can have it removed by laparoscopic surgery. A camera is placed into the abdomen and it is removed through a tiny incision. It is an outpatient procedure. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Yes,: most of these resolve in 1 or 2 cycles. ...Read more
6 cm ovarian cyst:
Cysts can develop because of the follicle from which the egg develops has"cystic". potential. Pre-ovulation- follicular cyst, can develop if no ovulation/rupture ,post ovulation -if occurs- follicle can become a corpus luteum cyst. Usually up to 3cm , so 6 is larger but that does occur, Check thyroid, poly cystic ovaries f/u w/ doc
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMHT0024727/ ...Read more
I have 2 ovarian cysts (one in each, both about 1.2 cm?) and recently I've been really nauseous and in pain. Should I be worried?
See your Ob/Gyn: Ovarian cysts measuring 1.2cm are usually a normal finding. However, its not normal to be nauseated and in pain. These symptoms probably are not a result of the ovarian cysts but should be explored by your Ob/Gyn. You may need more tests and an exam. Best wishes! ...Read more
Depends on surgery:
30-60 minutes to remove the cyst by laparotomy.
90-120 minutes to remove the cyst laparoscopically. ...Read more
Cysts are: But a 7cm ovarain cyst is relatively large and m,ay cause some pain, etc. Have the cyst followed regularly by the OB/GYN Dr/surgeon and it may need to come out, especially if it causes you pain and or has the possibility to become "torsed" where it would then require emergency surgery. Best wishes. ...Read more