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Cyst On Ovary After Menopause
I'm 53, no pregnancies. Post menopausal for three years. I have a 2cm cyst on one of my ovaries. I've had it for 3y w/o any problems. Now sev pain.?
See your doctor: Could be a lot of things, so you definitely need an evaluation........Soon. ...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
Right side pain radiating around to back with tailbone pain, post menopausal with occasional spotting. History of chocolate cysts on right ovary.
See your Gyn: Cikan, something is going on. It may or may not have anything to do with the prior ovary/cyst problem, but you are not supposed to have spotting after menopause. So please see your gynecologist as soon as you can and get an examination and an explanation or more testing. Good luck! ...Read more
I am 49/post menopausal, I have an 11cm cyst on my right ovary, CA-125 test normal. He wants full hysterectomy, I am unsure. Scared. Thoughts?
It depends!: There is some concern that a large cyst in the ovary can be or become cancerous. So removal is often advised. But if you prefer, you can be monitored with serial physical exam and Ultrasound examinations at 6 to 9 month intervals and delay surgery unless the cyst continues to grow or become more complex like showing solid components inside the cyst.. ...Read more
(2) TVUS 10mo apart show Endo lining 1.6cm, (1) submucosal fibroid 6mm, (1) complex Ovary cyst 1.8cm. Pre-menopausal sm amt free fluid - worrisome?
MRI (for other purpose) found 3 cm. Ovarian cyst. Post-menopausal, hysterectomy/one ovary. Wasn't felt 4 months ago at gyn exam. Expect follow-up?
Very likely benign: If a pelvic sonogram confirms that your 3 cm ovarian cyst has thin walls, clear fluid, no septation and normal blood flow, it is most probably benign. If you have a personal history or a family history of breast-colon-endometrial-thyroid tumors, have never been pregnant, never used oral contraceptives, have symptoms and risk factors for ovarian tumors...consult a Gyn oncologist for evaluation. ...Read more
I'm 45, history of thyroid ca Had an ovary/fallopian tube removed&found septated cyst OR 2 adjacent cysts=2.5 cm. Per report. In post menopause. Worry??
No: All benign disease in the female genital tract ...Read more
See MD: A complex mass at any time is concerning-but more so after menopause. It may have been there for years and be totally benign, but most mds will be worried about a complex mass. A ca125 and he4 test can help decide whether to go to surgery now or closely watching with follow up ultrasound. If it is more than 5 cm or there are other worrisome looking signs on ultrasound, surgery will be necessary. ...Read more
Would there be any side effects from removal of ovaries after menopause? I have read that they stop working, but also that they work until age 65.
What is a multi septated cystic lesion 65 x 40 mm in right adnexa? I have had hysterectomy but still have ovaries. I'm 51 and have menopause symptoms
Please see your gyn: Asap, not normal, your gyn can draw blood work to help determine if it is benign or not as most likely whether it is or is not at your age it needs to be removed, can be done with the da vinci robot. ...Read more
Age:45, pre-menopause. Ultrasound report:Right Ovary: Cystic, measures 7.2x5.5x5.5cm. Volume- 114.7cm^3.How abnormal is this and what's the treatment.
Uncertain: There is not enough information to make that assessment. For example, is there a single large cyst or are there multiple smaller ones? Are the cysts simple or complex? Simply by size criteria, the ovary is enlarged. But it's difficult to go beyond that without more details. ...Read more
I had a transvaginal ultrasound today & cysts were found on my ovaries? How serious is this? I'm 52 & only been in menopause 1 year.
Depends: Simple cyst can occur in the menopause and are usually benign (non cancerous). Its more concerning if you have a family history of ovarian and/or breast cancer in your family or if the cyst is complex. It might be a good idea to get a blood test called a ca-125 and to clarify with your provider if the cysts are simple or complex. ...Read more
I have a 3.4 CM ovarian cyst and am postmenopausal. It grew onehalf cm. If I have to have surgery for ovary out will I experience menopausal symptoms?
52 year old, menopause 1 year, tennis ball size cyst on each ovary, ca 125 of 271. Is this ovarian cancer?
I am 55 and in menopause, just finished radiation for breast cancer and now I have a cyst on my only ovary that I have left. Right ovary and uterus?
What to do if I have been told I have cyst on my ovaries from a e.r visit as well. Is this cyst and uti's linked?
Ov. Cysts and UTIs: Ovarian Cysts are an important part of the menstrual cycle. Depending on the U/S findings, the cyst may be normal functional cyst or other. Regardless of the U/S findings however, there is typically no correlation to UTIs. There are more common causes of UTIs in women that would explain their occurence. ...Read more
Large blister: Most ovarian cysts are benign and physiologic (meaning part of natural processes and not 'disease' related). A 5.3 cm cyst would be just over 2 inches in greatest size. A common appearance for an ovarian cyst is a thin wall filled with fluid (somewhat simlar to a blister on a toe or heel). Some ovarian cysts can be related to neoplasia / tumor / malignancy. These often have solid coponents. ...Read more
Yes: Persistent hemorrhagic cyst should be removed and biopsy performed but is is ok to follow them if they are resolving. ...Read more
Some ovarian cysts are a normal part of your monthly cycle. Each month, before you ovulate, you produce an ovarian cyst. These types of functional cysts can cause some pain but go away on their own.
Other types of cysts are persistent and grow larger. They cause inflammation and stretch the capsule of the ovary. If a cyst is persistent over several months and is painful, surgery is an option ...Read more
Cyst: Danna, it would seem to me that you should be discussing this with your doctor. Most ovarian cysts are benign, even multiloculated cysts. However, they can't be ignored. And, given their context, often they are surgically removed for definitive pathologic evaluation. You should discuss this with your doctor sooner rather than later. ...Read more
Likely not: It is not uncommon, at all, for a normal menstruating female to develop a 5cm ovarian cyst. The vast majority of the time, the cyst will go away on its own without any treatment. The only reason to have to have surgery is if the patient is in severe pain or if there is a strong likelihood of cancer. ...Read more
The absence of menstrual periods for 12 months. During menopause, the ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone. After the complete transition into menopause, women can no longer get pregnant. The average age for menopause is 51 years old. Symptoms include dry vaginal tissue, irregular periods, hot flashes, mood ...Read more
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