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Is pelvic or ultrasound best way to check overies?

Is pelvic or ultrasound best way to check overies?

Ultrasound: A pelvic exam will reveal an abnomal ovary about 60% of the time - but a transvaginal ultrasound by an experienced sonographer will rarely miss an abnormal ovary (or uterus). The standard means to evaluate the pelvic organs is transvaginal ultrasonography. ...Read more

Dr. Michael Gabor
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Sonogram (Definition)

An ultraound, also known as a sonogram, is a painless and relatively inexpensive imaging test that utilizes sound waves instead of ionizing radiation. There are no side effects. Ultrasound can give us two-dimensional, and in some applications three-dimensional, images of structures and organs in virtually any part of the body. In addition to diagnostic uses, such as evaluating abnormalities in the abdomen, pelvis, and breast, ultrasounds are commonly used to guide needle and catheter placement in a variety of surgical ...Read more


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Pelvic ultrasound showed a complex cyst on my dominant ovary with septations. should I be worried and what do I do?

Pelvic ultrasound showed a complex cyst on my dominant ovary with septations. should I be worried and what do I do?

No need to worry: Cysts in the ovary are quite common. Septations are also common. Most cysts go away by themselves. It is important to follow them to make sure they are not getting bigger. If a cyst gets too large, it can get twisted which can cut off its blood flow. Then it will be need to be removed surgically. So, follow up with your doctor to make sure it goes away and doesn't bet bigger. ...Read more

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Did a pelvic ultrasound this week the results show all the parts but no picture of the right ovary and its the part that hurts. Should I do it again?

Did a pelvic ultrasound this week the results show all the parts but no picture of the right ovary and its the part that hurts. Should I do it again?

CT: Do you still have your appendix? The ovaries dont usually hurt as much as they get blamed for. I would think more about your uterus having a spasm with pain radiating to your right side, or appendix, colon spasm, abdominal wall spasm. If a thorough physical examination can't delineate the source of the pain, you may need a ct scan, but i wouldnt have high hopes it would give a specific answer. ...Read more

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I have uterus didelphys, in ultrasound pelvis.1uter 6.9*3.0*4.1cm endo 9.1mm 2 uterine7.0*2.6*4.0 endo 8.2 mm r.Ovary 2.4*1.6cm lute 2.4*1.7cm normal ?

I have uterus didelphys, in ultrasound pelvis.1uter 6.9*3.0*4.1cm endo 9.1mm 2 uterine7.0*2.6*4.0 endo 8.2 mm r.Ovary 2.4*1.6cm lute 2.4*1.7cm normal ?

It didelphys: Having this is not a normal finding, but there doesn't seem to be any abnormality with the sizes of the uteri, and there are no fibroids or abnormal cysts noted. ...Read more

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Am 27 yr old. I did ultrasound of pelvis. Ovary reveals haemorrhagic cyst 2.4 cm? What's next?

Am 27 yr old. I did ultrasound of pelvis. Ovary reveals haemorrhagic cyst 2.4 cm? What's next?

Not sure anything: Hemorrhagic cyst is likely a corpus luteum. Often hemorrhagic and of no real consequence. Essentially every month the follicle grows and ruptures, bleeds some (sometimes more than others) and becomes a corpus luteum. The cl produces mostly Progesterone to ready the endometrium for implantation. ...Read more

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Had an ultrasound. right ovary is 7.6cc and left 8.1cc. endometrial thickness is 2.8mm what does this mean. can this explain my pelvic pain?

Had an ultrasound. right ovary is 7.6cc and left 8.1cc. endometrial thickness is 2.8mm 
what does this mean. 
can this explain my pelvic pain?

Pelvic Pain: This can definitely explain why you are having pelvic pain. It's important that you f/u with a GYN for this as you may need an endometrial biopsy and or a laparoscopy. Try taking an anti inflammatory and using an ice pack until you get to see the Dr for the pelvic pain. Good luck and keep an eye on this, you are young and have not had children yet ...Read more

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I had a pelvis ultrasound today and I have a haemoharrgic follicle on my right ovary which is 22mm. Will this affect my chances if conceiving?

No: almost all women will experience ovarian cysts during an ovulatory cycle. At times they can bleed (hemorrhagic). 22 millimeters is quite small and clinically insignificant. This should not affect any future chance of conception. ...Read more

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I have done a pelvic ultrasound and the result were: 1cm complex lesion in the cervix. 2.7 cm simple cyst of the right ovary. what does it mean?

I have done a pelvic ultrasound and the result were: 1cm complex lesion in the cervix. 2.7 cm simple cyst of the right ovary. what does it mean?

Ultrasound findings: The lesion on your cervix could be a nabothian cyst but it really hold be investigated further. the simple cyst in your ovary is physiologic and will resolve on its own. ...Read more

Ovary (Definition)

The usually paired female or hermaphroditic reproductive organ that produces ova and, in vertebrates, ...Read more