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Doctor insights on: 27 Mm Follicular Cyst In Right Ovary

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I'm ttc. I have 4.2cm sized follicular cyst in right ovary n only some small follicules in left ovary but still do I have chance to concive? .

I'm ttc. I have 4.2cm sized follicular cyst in right ovary n only some small follicules in left ovary but still do I have chance to concive? .

Yes: Check to see if you are ovulating buy people get pregnant while having cysts all the time. Check an ovulation predictor kit though. Gd luc. ...Read more

Cyst (Definition)

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


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I'm ttc. My dr told to take follicular study on 12th day. My report was right ovary 42*34 mm sized cyst? Follicular cyst. Left small follicle.

I'm ttc. My dr told to take follicular study on 12th day. My report was right ovary 42*34 mm sized cyst? Follicular cyst. Left small follicle.

Limited Information: Almost impossible to help you with this information. There are so many different scenarios this represents. The most likely is a left over follicle from the last cycle that didn't physically ovulate (lufs syndrome). This is not indicative of any serious problem. You could also have ovulated just before the u/s test. But based on no "ovulatory" follicle, ? Anovulatory cycle this time. ...Read more

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Can a follicular cyst in the right ovary cause bright red long and watery periods and 2 days of just spotting light red watery blood? Hcg is 1

Can a follicular cyst in the right ovary cause bright red long and watery periods and 2 days of just spotting light red watery blood? Hcg is 1

Maybe: You get a follicle cyst every month, and it goes away when you start your period. The amount of bleeding you have is a result of the growth of the lining the preceding month, whicjph is a result of the hormones produced by your monthly cyst. ...Read more

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What does it mean when you have a constant pain in your right ovary and you also have multiple ovarian cysts?

What does it mean when you have a constant pain in your right ovary and you also have multiple ovarian cysts?

Anything: Pain can be due to ovulation or infection.
Multiple cysts could mean pcos.
Talk to your doctor as an infection in your age must be treated aggressively to prevent tubal complications. ...Read more

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Ovarian cysts causing me discomfort, ER doctor said it shouldn't but I still feel pelvic discomfort and nausea. It's a small cyst on my right ovary.

Ovarian cysts causing me discomfort, ER doctor said it shouldn't but I still feel pelvic discomfort and nausea. It's a small cyst on my right ovary.

Go to GYN: I am not sure why you would go to the er for a pain that is managed by the gynecologist. But, as you learned the er doctor is not prepared to manage or treat this. Please get to the gynecologist and let them decide how and what you need. ...Read more

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I noticed that for several cycles, I have had pain for up to 5 days before my period. I found out that I had a cyst on my right ovary. Will things like heat and Midol help with my ovarian cyst pain? My ovarian cysts make menstrual cramps a lot worse.

I noticed that for several cycles, I have had pain for up to 5 days before my period. I found out that I had a cyst on my right ovary. Will things like heat and Midol help with my ovarian cyst pain? My ovarian cysts make menstrual cramps a lot worse.

Sure: Midol and a heating pad are certainly options you can consider. You may want to discuss treatment options for painful periods with your Obgyn. Birth control often helps with menstrual pain. Most ovarian cysts resolve on their own without treatment. ...Read more

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Follicular ovarian cyst in right ovary for a year. Is it normal? Had MRI, CT and ultrasound but nothing suspicious.

Follicular ovarian cyst in right ovary for a year. Is it normal? Had MRI, CT and ultrasound but nothing suspicious.

Individual case: In general ovarian cysts are normal findings from time to time. Each case will need to be evaluated by your doctor. The symptoms, size and appearance on sonogram will help determine the plan of care. ...Read more

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What treatment for painful post hysterectomy complex hemorrhagic bilateral ovarian cysts? Total of five cysts in right ovary & change in bowel habits

What treatment for painful post hysterectomy complex hemorrhagic bilateral ovarian cysts? Total of five cysts in right ovary & change in bowel habits

Ovarian Cysts: Hemorrhagic ovarian cysts can develop after uterine removal, or they can represent foci of endometriosis or merely retained corpora lutein cysts that become necrotic and bleed into them. Either way, the cysts don't usually burst, but they should definitely be evaluated by your gynecologist immediately, because they can be serious or even be harboring an ovarian tumor. See your gynecologist soon. ...Read more

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Is this a sign of ovarian cancer or cervical cancer MRI shows bilateral ovarian cysts and small follicles also present on right ovary and iliac node?

Is this a sign of ovarian cancer or cervical cancer MRI shows bilateral ovarian cysts and small follicles also present on right ovary and iliac node?

No: It is hard to say with the information provided, but the MRI finding sounds benign, non-cancerous. Of course the ordering physician and official radiology report are more important than someone that does not know the full story. ...Read more

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Left ovary numerous t2 hyperintense foci w/o abnormal enhancement likely folicular cyst also in right ovary. T2 hyperintense focus in left hemipelvis 1.5 x 1.7 x 2.6 CM physiologic fluid noted pelvis?

Probably normal: This is not a particularly abnormal imaging of the ovaries. Practically everyone of reproductive age has ovarian follicles noted. Ovaries make these for a living. Would have to put it into context of your symptoms to interpret the significance. ...Read more

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I have had my ovary removed about 1year ago. I know that a cyst can't come back on that side, but what are the chances of a follicular cyst on lside?

I have had my ovary removed about 1year ago. I know that a cyst can't come back on that side, but what are the chances of a follicular cyst on lside?

Follicular cyst: If you are still young and having periods, you will get a follicular cyst every month. This may sound scary, but it's the normal working of your body. These cysts are usually small and resolve on their own. The chance of having another one that requires surgery is quite small. ...Read more

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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.

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. ...Read more

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Last day of cycle ultrasound showed thick endometrium and clean ovaries, does that mean I ovulated if there was no follicular cyst? (I am healthy)

Last day of cycle ultrasound showed thick endometrium and clean ovaries, does that mean I ovulated if there was no follicular cyst? (I am healthy)

Proves nothing: Unfortunately, you can't say for certain. The thickness of the lining of the uterus is due to the estrogen the ovaries are producing. If you had ovulated, the ovary should still show a remnant of that ovulation in the form of a corpus luteum. Perhaps is was there and missed by ultrasound? If you are trying for a pregnancy, use the ovulation predictor kits available at all pharmacies. ...Read more

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42 yr. 2 doc confirmed by ultrasound a 5cm follicular cyst on rt ovary 2 yrs watching. Now ROMA high and refer to oncologist to remove. Is it cancer?

42 yr. 2 doc confirmed by ultrasound a 5cm follicular cyst on rt ovary 2 yrs watching. Now ROMA high and refer to oncologist to remove. Is it cancer?

Not necessarily: Risk of Ovarian Malignancy Algorithm (ROMA) is a screening tests, which makes use of two serum biomarkers. Like most good screening tests, it has a high sensitivity, but it does not necessarily mean there is cancer. It simply means further testing needs to be done to be sure. ROMA is designed to check cancer early. Appropriate referral to gynecologic oncologist can result in lifesaving surgery ...Read more

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Hi my ultrasound shows I hv 3cm haemorrhagic follicular cyst in my left ovary. Hv severe pain heaviness in. Lower abdomen. Sharp pain in left side?

Hi my ultrasound shows I hv 3cm haemorrhagic follicular cyst in my left ovary. Hv severe pain heaviness in. Lower abdomen. Sharp pain in left side?

Common symptoms: What you are experiencing is common for a hemorrhagic cyst. See your provider for follow up to make sure that you are aware of your options for treatment. ...Read more

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Can I still get pregnant with follicular cyst on both my ovaries?

Can I still get pregnant with follicular cyst on both my ovaries?

Follicle cysts: Eggs develop in follicle cysts so they are necessary in order to get pregnant later in the cycle when they have matured and you ovulate. Each cycle several eggs will start developing. On becomes the dominant follicle and ovulated. The others just regress and go away. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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I am married for2month iwant to be a preagnent and I have cyst on my right ovary of 30 mm so whether I can concwive or not?

I am married for2month iwant to be a preagnent and I have cyst on my right ovary of 30 mm so whether I can concwive or not?

Shouldn't be a probl: A cyst of that size is very likely to go away on it's own within a month or so. Keep trying - that cyst should not prevent you from conceiving in the long run. ...Read more

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Large right ovary, as described above, with 2 dominant cysts measuring up to 4.5 cm and 3.0 cm. Endometrial thickness measures 10 mm. Meaning???

Large right ovary, as described above, with 2 dominant cysts measuring up to 4.5 cm and 3.0 cm. Endometrial thickness measures 10 mm. Meaning???

Doctor follow up: Radiologic studies must be interpreted in the proper clinical context meaning that the doctor who ordered the test and has all in the information must go over the results with you. Otherwise the interpretation is incomplete. This reports says there are 2 cyst in the right ovary and does not describe the appearance. Endometrial thickness varies depending on the day of the menstrual cycle. ...Read more

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One of my friend has chocolate cyst. Her right ovary show à endometrioma of 51×28mm & left ovary show endometriomà of 27×24 mm. Is she need surgery?

One of my friend has chocolate cyst. Her right ovary show à endometrioma of 51×28mm & left ovary show endometriomà of 27×24 mm. Is she need surgery?

Not best focus & not: Possible to say. Surgery=a treatment for symptoms/complications of advanced disease & involves chances of additional problems. How about focusing on drivers of polycystic ovarian disease, the bigger issue (which is low-fat foods, common among Indian foods, partly because less expensive). LFHC foods drive PCOS, Diabetes, cardiovascular Ds, cancer, obesity, etc. Switch to LCHF foods; vastly better! ...Read more

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I have cyst of30 mm in a right ovary how much time it will take to recover and when I can conceive or I need any other tests?

Varies: A 30mm cyst is only slightly larger then 'normal' functional cysts become before ovulation; typically a follow-up sonogram is done 4-6 weeks later, and the majority of cysts of that size will have resolved spontaneously. Once your cycles resume (or if they were never disrupted) - your fertility should not be negatively impacted. ...Read more

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Folicles 9 mm and less in the right ovary and 8 mm and less in the left ovary. Summary: nabothian cysts 3mm and less. Why is this cyst so painful?

Not due to that: It is unlikely that nabothian cysts have anything to do with your pain. They are cysts on the cervix and are completely symptom free. It sounds like you have many small cysts in both ovaries. That can be normal or you may have a cyst rupture that can cause pain. ...Read more

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Ultrasound showed in the right ovary a cyst 37x40 mm showing clear anechoic fluid content, could this be cancerous and should I do more investigations?

Ultrasound showed in the right ovary a cyst 37x40 mm showing clear anechoic fluid content, could this be cancerous and should I do more investigations?

No follow up needed: Based on your description it is a simple cyst. Simple cyst in women of reproductive age measuring more than >3 cm and less than ≤5 cm in size are usually described in the ultrasound report with a statement that they are almost certainly benign;
they do not need follow-up. ...Read more

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Day 10 of cycle right ovary is 2.2 l x 1.38h x 2.24w left ovary 3.87l x 2.01h x 4 w with 7 mm dermoid appearing cyst and a1.8 x 1.5 x 1.99 simple cyst is my left ovary considered enlarged and should I worry this is ovarian cancer?

Day 10 of cycle right ovary is 2.2 l x 1.38h x 2.24w left ovary 3.87l x 2.01h x 4 w with 7 mm dermoid appearing cyst and a1.8 x 1.5 x 1.99 simple cyst is my left ovary considered enlarged and should I worry this is ovarian cancer?

Just watch it 4 now: The large majority of women in their 40s have a couple of simple cysts, and little dermoids are familiar and commonplace. If the radiologist is confident and your gynecologist agrees it's probably a dermoid, then just watch it -- risk of waiting is less than risk of surgery. Glad you are taking a proactive approach to your health, and thanks for a thoughtful question. ...Read more

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I am 4 weeks pregnant. Internal ultrasound says "cyst structures measuring 10 mm, 8mm seen lateral to right ovary" is it something to be worried about?

I am 4 weeks pregnant. Internal ultrasound says "cyst structures measuring 10 mm, 8mm seen lateral to right ovary" is it something to be worried about?

Normal Cysts: This can be totally normal. In fact I would be worried if I did not see a cyst in your ovary because that would mean that you were not creating eggs. A 10mm and a 8mm cyst is normal; anything 50mm or anything with grey matter in it is more concerning. Your md can follow up in a few months. Make sure you're having regular periods. ...Read more

Ovary (Definition)

The usually paired female or hermaphroditic reproductive organ that produces ova and, in vertebrates, estrogen and ...Read more