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Cystic Lesion In Pelvis
I just found out that I have 3.6×2.4 cm cystic lesion on the left adnexa is stable and a 1.4 cm calcification un the left adnexa the uterus us gone there is no fluid in the pelvis area what does that all mean im type 2 also should I be worried?
Possible answers: Its most likely a stable ovarian cystic tumor (benign), though calcifications can be associated with teratomas (also benign). Teratomas do tend to get bigger. The calcification could also be to past surgery. I'm assuming a CA-125 was done and probably an MRI would have more luck defining this cyst if really concerned.
Had an MRI that showed a "complex cystic pelvic lesion measuring 5.5 cm". What is this? What can be done about it? Also have pelvic congcongestion syn
Not specific: The description is not very specific. It could be anything from a benign functional/hemorrhagic cyst (most likely) to an abscess, various tumors, or endometriuma/chocolate cyst. At your age, it is probably a benign finding. Correlation with sonography and serial follow up may be helpful.
Trace pelvic free fluid is present. Septated cystic adnexal lesions are seen bilaterally measuring up to 3.8 x 2.7 CM on the left. Can they cause pain
I believe they can: I am not an obgyn but I believe pain can come from these type of lesions especially if there is free pelvic fluid. Get an opinion from a real specialist in the field.
Scrotum USG opine multiple size cystic lesion in mediastinum testes with mild right side hydrocele. I am having pain in right testes. Seek Advice?
Rule out tumor: Consult urologist. Hydrocele may be related to a cystic testis tumor. In any case you need treatment & relief from pain. Good Luck.
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.
I hv few cystic lesions in both the ovaries, wht is it, can it be cured on reducing weight I am 5'2" and 62kg age 25? Can I conceve? Or go under medicin
Probably polycystic: T sounds like you might have polycystic ovarian disease. Pcos as it is now called is common with probably 5% of the world or more suffering from some variant of it. It is not a serious problem, but can lead to increased weight, hair growth and irregular periods. Weight loss will not cure the problem. Pregnancy is harder to achieve, but Clomid (clomiphene) or other medications may help if not by natural means.
27 y.o with hypoechoic cystic lesions on both ovaries. One 8.4cm another 4cm. CA-125 was 190 then 110 on a second test. GYN wants to do lap surgery. Gyn/Onc wants to do laparotomy. Both suspect endometiomas and endometriosis. Which should I choose?
Depends: I am not a surgeon maybe I can help. The key issues are the surgeons level of confidence. These being equal, laparoscopic surgery is better due to less trauma to the abdomen. You can check to see if the surgeons post their statistics online for their complication rates. I found these for surgery that I needed. Lastly, 8.4 cm is big. It may be hard to do through a scope.See 2 more doctor answers
I have done my sonography of pelvis the result is bilateral poly cystic ovaries what does it means nd any precautions also I'm not gettin my periods?
PCOS has many issues: Polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos) is a metabolic disorder. Often women: ovulate infrequently, are overweight/obese, have difficulty getting pregnant, have acne/facial hair, Insulin resistance with higher risk of diabetes. First line treatment is hormonal birth control (pills-patch-ring). Treatment lowers risk of painful rupture and ovarian loss. Using metformin (diabetes drug) may help fertility.See 1 more doctor answer
23 yar old lady noticed dime sized cyst between her pelvis and her vagina sestive to touch, squishy to touch. Has cystic breast already?
Please let me know as I went for MRI of pelvis with both hips and the findings are (Right SI Joint shows small subarticular cystic area)?
Arthritis?: Subchpndral cysts are often found as an early sign of osteoarthritis. There are many different forms of arthritis. The best next step would be to talk to your doctor to match up symptoms with the CT.
Need help deciphering CT findings. "A substantially enhancing complex cystic structure of the right adnexa is noted with wall nodule. Adjacent free fluid is noted. Clinical correlation is advised. Ultrasound of the pelvis obtained 8/21/2015 indicated an
Do not have: The ultrasound report. The CT report is concerning and suggest there is a complex structure in the right area of the ovary and note that this need further followup. Will probably need laparoscopy as soon as this can be done. This is suggestive of number of things. To go into detail is inappropriate and needs to be discussed with your doc. Best wishes.
CT scan shows I have a cystic teratoma/dermoid cyst with an additional 3.5 cm rounded fluid attenuation mass within R pelvis abutting the above mass.
Sorry to hear it. Q?: I'm sorry to hear the scan report. It seems like you could use some support in making sense of all this. Most importantly, do you have symptoms? I don't see a question posed, so please specify what is worrying you about the CT scan report. A teratoma is a (usually) benign tumor or growth. Fluid around the teratoma ("abutting the mass") is not unusual, & could also be b9. TTYD or use HealthTap Pr
CT - 5.8x6.4cm rnd complex cystic mass in posterior pelvis inseparable from adjacent sigmoid colon. Demonstrates lobulated enhancing nodule centrally.
Not sure: A posterior pelvic complex cystic mass in a 65-year-old woman can have many potential causes. This needs to be checked out to find the actual cause and to consider treatment options. You should see a gastroenterologist for further evaluation, if you're not already seeing one.
I had miscarriage 9months before but nw we are trying for have baby, but my pelvic report impression shows features s/o poly cystic ovarian disease.?
You can't judge that: From an ultrasound. If I you are having regular cycles, keep trying.
Need more info: Most pelvic cysts arise from the ovary and are benign. A simple cyst is a fluid filled sac that has very specific characteristics on ultrasound. These are always benign. However, not all "cysts" are simple. There are benign and malignant lesions that are "cystic", but are not simple cysts. Ask your doctor to clarify it for you.
Pelvic MRI shows small cystic structure with adjacent second small contiguous cysts & small amount of free peritoneal fluid at culdesac. What is this?
Follow up with docto: Who ordered test could be an asmptomatic incidental finding needs clinical correlation with symptoms what they are now are words on a page without clinical corelation
Cyst: Cystic right ovary. It may be normal or abnormal.
4mm cystic sac at 5w (hCG 36hr doubling) on TVUS after single FET. MD can't tell gs or pseudosac. 9d left pelvic pain, light spotting. What can I do?
Follow up closely: Follow up with your physician very closely. I presume the sonogram and hugs are being repeated very soon. You should be able to tell soon wether this is ectopic. If pain unbearable reach out to your obstetrician or go to ER.
My 11 year old had a pelvic US that found a 11cm x 7cm x 11cm ovarian mass. Report states complex cystic and solid mass with internal septation and a solid component. Solid component approx 4.4cm w/ surface nodularity. Should I assume cancer?
Mass: There are several causes for ovarian masses including benign (not cancer) and malignant (cancerous). Blood work called tumor markers can sometimes help your doctors clinical suspicion but the only definitive way to diagnose is to remove the mass and have the pathologist review the specimen.
I am 29 and recent scan found cystic ovaries. Why do I have ovary pain everyday for two months since?
Depends on source: If the ovarian cysts are large enough to produce pain, then the cysts are large enough to do something (Rx) about the pain. If they are not, and smaller, the pain attributed to the "ovarian cysts" may not be the source. Ask your MD to discuss and/or examine the previous findings with you.