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Bilateral Ovarian Follicales
Biltateral: It means that endometrial (lining of the uterus) tissue is present in both your ovaries. This can cause you pain. See your gyn for treatment. ...Read more
Normal: Sounds like you have been reading an ultrasound report? Bilateral means "both sides, right and left" and follicles are normal ovarian cysts, where eggs live. The word functional is redundant here, but also describes a normal ovarian finding. ...Read more
Benign: Follicular cysts are a result of normal ovarian function. ...Read more
See gynecologist: I will advise you to see gyne and discuss further with your md. She/he will be able to tell you whether the cysts look suspicious and warrant certain procedure or just monitoring. In young age like yourself- it is very common to see cyst in the ovary- but again, it depends on the size, appearance, how long they have been there, any growing /change etc. Go to gyne and f/u /repeat it in few months. ...Read more
Just ovarian cysts: Every woman of reproductive age forms cysts during her cycles--the process of ovulation forms cysts. Often these resolve/shrink, but unfortunately some don't and may enlarge resulting the "ovarian cyst" many have them and may not have symptoms. Some people have large ones and may cause pain. Some twist on themselves and cause torsion. If you concerns, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
I have a bilateral fairly large multi-separated cystic ovarian masses, right is 6.8 by 6.4cm while left is 7.3 by 7.1cm. Is surgery to only way out?
No side effects: Each time you ovulate, you rupture a tiny ovarian cyst that contained the egg. Each time this happens, you have an area on the ovary which has to heal. Calcification results from this healing. The older you are and the more ovulations you have the more calcifications you will have this can be seen on x-ray. ...Read more
Polycystic ovarian: This syndrome is not known to predispose to secondary infection. The two things that might increase risk of UTI are enlarged ovaries placing pressure with partial obstruction on the urinary tract, and diabetes mellitus which is a complication of polycystic ovarian syndrome. These, however, are two steps removed from the primary condition and do not think they are worth worrying about. Good luck. ...Read more
Dr said that I have bilateral ovarian cyst measured (r=3.9cm x 3.3cm x 4.6cm) (l = 2.1 CM x 1.6 CM x 1.8 cm)is it normal or do I need surgery?
I recently found out I have bilateral ovarian cysts. I've been in a lot of pain because of it. Is there anything I should be aware of or should check?
Severe changes: With cysts, they make the ovary heavier and it is possible for the ovary to twist. If you have severe pain, nausea, vomiting, you might need emergency surgical care to prevent the ovaries from twisting too much, which can block the blood supply and kill off the ovary (torsion). Otherwise they can be followed or treated depending on the shape and size. ...Read more
Would a myoectomy be indicated for a 3.7 cm submucosal fibroid? I also have bilateral hemorrhagic ovarian follicles.
2nd time in 3 months an U/S has shown bilateral ovarian cysts. But I thought only one ovary ovulates each month? R ovary hurts, cyst is 1cm.
Is the quality of eggs affected in the remaining ovarian tissue after bilateral partial oophorectomy for dermoid cysts?
I don't think so: As you may know, all of the eggs a human female will have in her lifetime are present in her ovaries at the time of her birth. The quality of them slowly degrades as she ages. Having part of the ovary removed will surely reduce the number of remaining eggs, but the quality of the remaining ones should be unchanged. ...Read more
I'm 23 years old, I knew that I have bilateral dermoid ovarian cyst of 6.2*9.00 for both, I'm afraid of not being pregnant, what should I do?
I have mildly enlarged right ovary. Bilateral ovarian follicular cysts primarily located in periphery. Can I get pregnant? Size of ovary: 3.4×2.2×2.2cm
If bilateral ovarian follicles shows on a ultrasound...Does that means I'm ovulating with both ovaries at the same time?
Maybe: There are usually multiple follicles on each ovary, . Usually only 1 ovary grows a follicles large enough to contain a mature egg. However once in a while a woman will make 2 large follicles and if you ovulate both will be released. That tends to happen in women as they get older or in younger women whose ovaries actually do not work as well. ...Read more
After bilateral laparoscopic ovarian cyst removal, menstrual cycles have gone from 32 days to 25. What does this mean? I 'm 30 years old.
Maybe Bad news: The thing that I would be worried about most is that the doctor removed too much normal ovarian tissue and took out a lot of your eggs. When you remove a cyst in someone who may want children in the future, you must fully separate the cyst from the normal tissue around it or it can send someone into menopause or harm their ovaries. Would see a specialist right away ti get tested ...Read more
Bilateral simple ovarian cyst right (3.08*2.92cm) left (4.26*3.99 CM & 3.04*3.29cm) no free fluid in pouch of douglas please assist treatment?
Observation/GYN: You may not need definitive treatment. Some ovarian cysts shrink or disappear with time. I advise checking with your GYN. ...Read more
Will they take your ovaries out if you have bilateral complex ovarian teratomas? I have 3. 5cm, 3cm and on the left side 2.5 cm. I am 8 weeks pregnant
Not necessarily...: If teratomas are benign, a good surgeon can separate the normal ovarian tissue from the teratoma, and preserve ovarian function for future pregnancies. ...Read more
Dr. Says I have small, bilateral ovarian cysts after trans-vaginal ultrasound. Says he thinks they are functional. Could be serious? 32 year old woman.
I am sure your: Doc told u that is not serious as many women have that, if the cysts would grow which is unlikely then it could be a problems but that rarely happens if u have small functional cysts, if your periods are irregular or other problems that can often be treated with bc pills unless you are trying for pregnancy. ...Read more
I am having severe intermittent bilateral ovarian pain started 2 days ago much worse today and tonight. I also WA son my period d for 6 days stopped 4 days ago and staeted spotting one day latee but today it got heavy with clots. I stated taking 500mg of
Evaluation: Most likely everything is fine. You could have an ovarian cyst. that can cause pain just by being there, or become a problem if it bursts open or twists, you could also have an infection, a fibroid or something else. So if it persists I would see you gyn to figure out what is going on ...Read more
Ovarian follicles/follicular cysts are a common and typically benign finding during pelvic ultrasound.
Usually they are bilateral, multiple, of varying sizes and are of no consequence.
When the follicles are arranged peripherally (around the outside border of the ovary) this may reflect the presence of polycystic ovaries (which may require additional bloodwork/hormonal evaluation). ...Read more
Yes: Ovaries develop cysts for a number of reasons. Most cysts are benign and don't require treatment. It is important to discuss this with her doctor, as they are the only one that knows her history and what the cysts look like. This should be discussed at her next prenatal visit. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my wife is pregnant with bilateral ovarian cyst. Can the cysts be removed during c-section?
Yes: Cysts are relatively common in pregnancy and some are a normal effect of pregnancy changes. Whether or not they need to be removed is based on a number of factors like makeup and size. In many cases they can be evaluated at a c section and it can be determined then whether they should come out ...Read more
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