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Can Ovaries Change In Volume Over Years As Mine Has Gotten Bigger
My right ovary 3.8*2.3*2.6cm. Volume 12cc. Left is 4.4*2.7*3.3cm. Volume 20cc. Is it dangerous? I have polycistic cyst. Trying to conserve for 2 years
Sounds normal: Those sound like normal ovarian measurements.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am 36 and only have one ovary due to 2 dermoid cysts in the last 10 years, will I go through the change early?
Ovarian cyst on left ovary for 2 years. Constant dull pain in groin area. Has not changed in size 2.75cm. Should I opt for removal? Dr leaving it 2 me
Maybe: You say that you've had a pain in the area for 2 years, that's a long time. While the cyst is on the smaller side, at 2.75cm, if the pain is interfering with your quality of life then maybe a laparoscopic surgery would be warranted. Drs will recommend surgery when it's necessary, but when you're the one taking the risks, and there's no threat of cancer, then you are the best one to decide. ...Read more
r. Fallopian tube, r ovary removed years ago. Hx ovarian cysts shot of steroids mths ago since discharge no order, itch, burn only color change?
What does this mean? I am female, 22 years old, 110 pounds and 5 feet 6 inches tall. I recently had a CT scan and it said this, "follicular change is seen in the ovaries. There is fluid in the endometrial canal. There may be septate uterus. There is hypo-
Could be normal: Follicles are what mature an egg prior to ovulation - these ebb and flow during every month, so that's normal. Fluid in the endometrial canal could also mean that you have ovulated and your uterine inner lining is becoming more friendly to welcome and nurture sperm. The divided uterus could be an issue, but most likely (if the report is not definitive) it should not affect your fertility. ...Read more
Hi, im a 21 year old female. I have a big concern, I tend to have a very bad pain on my ovaries. Its an on & off pain.
I am 20 year old my uterus is small and ovaries are normal but periods have not started what is the reason is there any changes of conceive?
Please check a: Pregnancy test now and if negative, repeat in 1 week. Any missed periods warrant pregnancy tests. If your tests are negative, and you still do not have normal period, then it is best that you get proper examination and diagnosis from a healthcare provider to rule out other reasons for missed periods. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
What are the chances of getting pregnant with poly cystic ovaries syndrome? I was diagnosed with poly cystic ovaries about 4 years ago. I was placed on birth control and metformin. I haven't really stuck with the metformin and changed my birth control whi
"Poly: "poly cystic ovaries syndrome" (pcos) is a general term used to describe a collection of symptoms and medical signs. One of the most common findings is that a woman does not release an egg (ovulate) each month. When a woman does not ovulate, she usually does not have a period. A period occurs when a woman ovulates but does not get pregnant. The severity of pcos varies widely. Some people never ovulate. Some people ovulate several times a year. When a person ovulates normally, she has about a 20% chance of getting pregnant if she is less than 35 years of age. What this all means is that there is a chance that you are pregnant, but the odds are that you probably are not. The best thing to do is to check a home pregnancy test. Whether it is positive or negative, it is probably time for you to see your ob/gyn. If you are pregnant it is time. If you are not pregnant, you have a history of pcos and are trying to get pregnant. You most likely will need simple treatments in the form of pills to get pregnant. Good luck! ...Read more
Constant dull pain both sides of pelvis and hips, 2 years. Cervical smear result abnormal but no hpv. Lower back pain for 2 years. 3 x physio courses no help. Bowel habits changed from once week to daily, in the last month. Getting worried but what shoul
History not helpful: Your symptoms are too diffuse in time and place to be pathognomonic of any single disease. A hundred different scenarios could match your symptoms. See your doctor personally for exam. ...Read more
Maybe: The left lower quadrant is complicated in terms of figuring what is causing the hurt. It may be the ovary but the pain may also be from the bowels, muscles, nerves, bladder, uterus & other things. The bowels are a common cause of pain in that location since the large intestine makes a turn into the rectum running right under the left ovary & the uterus. Exam & ultrasound imaging is needed. ...Read more
No: Once ovaries are removed it is impossible for them to grow back. Take care! ...Read more
I have one ovary with 29 ml volume and the other with 5 ml volume. What does this mean? Is this normal?
A 29ml: Volume ovary is enlarged. This is nonspecific with various potential etiologies. Did they mention a cyst on that side? In any case, talk to your doc about the results. ...Read more
What is a normal size ovary length, height, width in cm for a healthy 24 year old woman who has had a baby almost 4 years ago?
Ovary size: The normal adult ovary measures approximately 3cm - 5cm in length, 1.5cm - 3cm in width, and 0.5cm - 1.5cm in thickness; however, ovarian size is reported more often in terms of volume, or length x width x thickness x 0.523. Normal ovarian volume in the menstruating females is 5mL - 15mL, with an approximate mean of 10mL; however, measurements as high as 22mL have been reported in normal ovaries. ...Read more
I just got my report back saying my right ovary has a volume of 22mls and my left has a volume of 27mls Is this normal I am 19years old.
Ovulation dependent: Depending on where you are in your cycle, your ovaries might be a bit larger/smaller. If you're actively recruiting follicles, your ovaries are going to be bigger and one is always going to be bigger than the other b/c the bigger one is the one that's going to release an egg. Nothing is very abnormal at this time, though I would continue to see your gynecologist and follow up for regular periods. ...Read more
I'm nearly 31. my right ovary is 3.06, 2.05, 2.82 with a volume of 9.26ml. My left is 5.97, 4.74, 4.73 and has a volume of 70.08ml. Am I normal?
Need more info: Please check with your OB/GYN who gave you all these measurements. He/she, who knows you best is the right person to ask. ...Read more
Why do I a dominate follicole on my ovary if I'm postmapause? The ovary has 6.8cc in volume compared 2 the other of 2.3cc what does all this mean?
Ovarian cyst: Postmenopausal patients can still have ovarian cysts. Depending on size and cyst characteristics the physician and patient can elect to just obersve the cyst for a few weeks or perform labs to rule out potentially malignant tumors of the ovary. Either way follow up its necessary. ...Read more
I had a hysterectomy two years ago. I still have my ovaries but I am still having pains. What could this be?
Unclear: If you had a hysterectomy because of pain, and the pain continued afterwards, it is possible that your pain was not due to your uterus. And, you should be evaluated for other causes of pain. If you are having persistent pain that began after your hysterectomy, you should have an evaluation by your gynecologist and a pelvic ultrasound to evaluate your ovaries. ...Read more
Yes: Ovaries can differ in sizeGet a more detailed answer ›
Rt ovary is 3.7x1.6x1.2cm, volume 3.7cc lft ovary is 2.8x1.4x1.5cm in diameter, volume 3.5cc.? Is this normal?
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Is my ovary considered enlarged at 3.5 x 2.08 x 4 volume of 16 while other ovary is 3 in volume this is 10 days into cycle?
Ovarian size: Ovary shrinks with aging, that is normal and physiological change. For your age 6.9 ml might be little larger. If no symptoms not to worry. If there is problems follow it up with periodic testings. ...Read more
Observation: If you are 40 years old, have no family history of ovarian or breast cancer, have regular periods and can go back to your gynecologist for another ultrasound in a few months, it might be worthwhile because a simple cyst that is clear and less than 8cm is unlikely to cause problems and will often resolve itself. If you are noticing changes in appetite and weight, or pain, you might need surgery. ...Read more
Normal: This is all normal. The size of the ovary is normal. If there are no cysts or abnormal cysts, then this is all normal. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I'm 57 years old and had a hysterectomy in 1990 and also had my left ovary removed.?
Nothing.: Unless you are having problems with the remaining ovary you do not need anything done. We recommend removal of an ovary if their is a mass, pain or some other problem. A family history of ovarian cancer is also something that may prompt removal of ovaries. For more specific information see your gyn. ...Read more
I had a hysterectomy 11 years ago my ovaries were left do I still need any tests or scans as I haven't had any?
I have a cyst on my ovaries it's been there for three years now. It's starting to cause me pain what should I do?
See your GYN: Sounds like you need a follow up appointment with your GYN doctor for a possible ultrasound. If you have sudden onset of severe sharp pain in the area you should go to the Emergency Room as a twisted ovary is possible and that is a surgical emergency. ...Read more
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