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Can you see a ovarian. Cyst on x ray?

Can you see a ovarian. Cyst on x ray?

See answer: Ovarian cysts are filled with fluid and are soft tissue density – and are not seen routinely on regular xrays unless they contain calcification (which is unusual). Ultrasound (or possibly mri) of the pelvis is the preferred imaging modality although cysts can be identified with ct. ...Read more

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Can you see an ovarian cyst on a regular x-ray?

Can you see an ovarian cyst on a regular x-ray?

Not usually: It should not be visible on routine xrays, but could appear on a ct scan (specialized xrays), or ideally an ultrasound (or mri). ...Read more

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2010 had eptopic rt tube 1/16 X-ray to see if Lf tube is ok andit is clear for 4 days I been spot and period due on 5/22/16 My cycle is 25-28 on time?

2010 had eptopic rt tube 1/16 X-ray to see if Lf tube is ok andit is clear for 4 days I been spot and period due on 5/22/16 My cycle is 25-28 on time?

Wait and watch: It is too early to be able to interpret this little bit of bleeding. Whether or not your period shows up when expected, a pregnancy test at that point will be helpful. With the ectopic history you still need to be careful since your chances of another is still increased even with a normal X-ray. ...Read more

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I have chronic asthma. Doc in emergency room saw x-Ray and Tod me your air tubes tight and inflamed. I took prednisone 5 days. Kind of better but stil?

I have chronic asthma. Doc in emergency room saw x-Ray and Tod me your air tubes tight and inflamed. I took prednisone 5 days. Kind of better but stil?

Need Preventive: If you use more than two refills of albuterol inhalers per year or have been on an oral course of steroids more than once in the past year, then you definitely need to see a primary care physician for a preventive asthma inhaler. This preventive inhaler will help calm the inflammation in your lungs that is causing your chronic problems. Get an appointment right away! ...Read more

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My dr said I have a 4cm ovarian cyst. I'm 5 months pregnant. She wants x-rays. I'm super nervous/scared. Should I be worried?

My dr said I have a 4cm ovarian cyst. I'm 5 months pregnant. She wants x-rays. I'm super nervous/scared. Should I be worried?

Ultrasound: I would recommend following the cyst with ultrasounds. Most cysts in young women are benign and can be followed during pregnancy without the concern for needing surgical intervention. What are the ultrasound characteristics of the cyst? ...Read more

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For what reasons ultrasound is preferred to x-rays for ovarian tumour?

For what reasons ultrasound is preferred to x-rays for ovarian tumour?

See answer: Plain x-rays do not identify the ovary - ultrasound particularly endovaginal ultrasound not only identifies the ovary accurately but also the bloodflow/vascularity which is a concern in ovarian torsion. ...Read more

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My 3 yo is a loud breather. Usually through mouth. He's not struggling. Has had echo, ekg, tubes, chest x-rays. Adenoids and tonsils removed. Ideas?

My 3 yo is a loud breather. Usually through mouth. He's not struggling. Has had echo, ekg, tubes, chest x-rays. Adenoids and tonsils removed. Ideas?

Airway anatomy: If your child is fine, sleeps well, no day fatigue, growing and developing fine, you need to back off. You've had checked all the major things. If he is symptomatic during day, then see a pediatric sleep specialist. If no daytime or long-term symptoms, then put a breath-right nasal strip on him at night and let him be loud. He will outgrow this in time. ...Read more

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I have been hearing a lot about ovarian involvement in endometriosis. What about the tubes?

I have been hearing a lot about ovarian involvement in endometriosis. What about the tubes?

Typically affects: The ovaries more dramatically (endometriomas are large blood filled, benign masses on the ovary that cause pain) however, the inflammation and scarring associated with endometriosis can cause tubal distortion that could lead to tubal dysfunction but the clinical relevance can only be answered best by understanding each patient's history. ...Read more

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I feel a pain only on right side when ovulate - but I don't have ovarian tube there just ovary. I don't feel pain when ov on left side (i got pregnt)?

I feel a pain only on right side when ovulate - but I don't have ovarian tube there just ovary. I don't feel pain when ov on left side (i got pregnt)?

Persistent fertility: Mother nature is very persistent and can conceive with a ovary only on one side and a tube only on the opposite side. The fallopian tube is flexible enough to reach the contra-lateral ovary without a problem. ...Read more

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After ovarian drilling dr advised ttc naturally for 3 months. Is it wise knowing that the dye only spilled on right tube but not my left?

After ovarian drilling dr advised ttc naturally for 3 months. Is it wise knowing that the dye only spilled on right tube but not my left?

Matter of style: Whether it is 'wise' or not is largely an opinion, or a strategy. TTC naturally for 3 months with a blocked tube is reasonable, it is also fairly conservative. Going directly to treatments is also completely reasonable, but more aggressive. If you are unhappy with your doctor's recs, talk with him about how you want to proceed. ...Read more

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Tubes tied and ovarian cysts with no period since may what could this mean? Had a baby in april this year

Tubes tied and ovarian cysts with no period since may what could this mean? Had a baby in april this year

Not sure: Without a history I can't tell what is going on. You had a baby in April and sometimes some women do not get their periods until months after a pregnancy. If you are breastfeeding, that may be the cause of your amenorrhea. The cysts you mention may be normal cysts or may signify another process. Tying tubes does not affect your period. You will need to be evaluated by an OBGYN for diagnosis. ...Read more