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Corpus Luteal Cyst In Ovary
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
I have a degenerating corpus luteum cyst on ovary is this ok like not a bad one to have im 44 and have had a hysterectomy just leaving my ovarys?
Is a "hemorrhagic corpus luteum" and a hemorrhagic corpus luteum cyst the same thing? Would either make an ovary look cancerous to a gynonc?
Ovarian Cysts: You didn't give your age, but hemorrhagic corpus lutein cysts are not cancerous, although they can rarely "burst" & bleed into the abdomen and cause considerable discomfort. Any cystic lesion in the ovary should be screened by ultrasound, pelvic exam and possibly other modalities by your gynecologist to rule out cancer, which may be seen over age 45, but often in younger women in their 20's & 30s. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why on my first tvs ultrasound only found corpus luteum cyst right ovary but a yr after found polycyst ovary shud i get other test done/2nd opinion?
Typically no: Typically no but the best thing to do is get a short term followup with an ultrasound to ensure that it resolves. ...Read more
Corpus luteal cyst, got period. Can cyst continue to cause symptoms after a period even if dissolved? Period over still not 100 percent okay
Yes: If your pain is significant, you should see your hcp and get an ultrasound. It is not unusual for a patient to develop a hemorrhagic cyst (cyst filled with blood) that can be quite painful, especially if it ruptures. There is a condition known as persistent corpus luteum that can explain symptoms of abdominal and pelvic discomfort ! ...Read more
I have a corpus luteal cyst. It's apparently dissolving, and for over a week have been causing sharp pelvic discomfort on both sides, normal?
Yes: I'm assuming someone performed an ultrasound and told you, you have a cyst that will or has ruptured? Sharp pelvic pain can definitely be associated with ruptured cysts. If you haven' had an ultrasound, that would be something to consider. A week is a long time to have pain, typically it does resolve and get better. If still in a lot of pain, i think it's worth a repeat trip to see your doctor. ...Read more
2 CM corpus luteal cyst found, ultrasound did not find fluid.Gyno said there still may have been a bit of fluid leaked, normal to have pain both sides?
Can be normal: A 2 cm corpus luteum is a normal finding. Sometimes they can cause pain. Your insides are not as precise as your skin in knowing where pain is coming from, so it could cause pain on both sides. If this is the cause of pain it should steadily get better over a few weeks. If pain doesn't improve or worsens, let your gyno know. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to have different PMS symptoms each month. Found a corpus luteal cyst after my cycle in july could my PMS symptoms be different this mont?
PMS is NOT: Normal. It is because the rhythmic control mechanisms in the lower brain are chemically compromised. You probably have sugar or salt cravings and emotional upset, cramps etc. Commonest cause is poor diet, especially giving in to sugar and/or salt. Try to stick to "god made" food and pure water. ...Read more
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