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No folicle growth but free fluid seen behind the uterus. Am I pregnent??

No folicle growth but free fluid seen behind the uterus. Am I pregnent??

Free fluid: Is not sign of intrauterine pregnancy. Small amounts of fluid are commonly seen, larger amounts may be abnormal. Try a home pregnancy test if you think you might be pregnant. ...Read more

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Small amount of free fluid is seen in pelvis what does indicate?

Small amount of free fluid is seen in pelvis what does indicate?

Usually nothing: This is a very common finding on almost every ultrasound or ct scan of a menstrating female I order. I sometimes think the radiologists automatically put this in their reports. It means nothing clinically and you should not be worried about it. ...Read more

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I have a well defined anechoic cystic lesion of size ~3.7×3.1cm in the left paraovarian region. ....no free fluid seen in cul-de-sac. Is it worrisom?

I have a well defined anechoic cystic lesion of size ~3.7×3.1cm in the left paraovarian region. ....no free fluid seen in cul-de-sac. Is it worrisom?

Doctor evaluation: Radiology tests must be evaluated in their proper clinical context. You will need to schedule follow up with the doctor who ordered the study and have them interpret the report in the context of your unique presentation of symptoms. It sounds like it may be a common, simple cyst but you will need to check with your doctor who has all of the information ...Read more

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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. ...Read more

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Tuv- "both ovaries are normal in sonagraphic appearance, containing scattered follicular cysts. Trace pelvic free fluid is seen". Normal to have multiple follicular cysts?

Tuv- "both ovaries are normal in sonagraphic appearance, containing scattered follicular cysts. Trace pelvic free fluid is seen". Normal to have multiple follicular cysts?

Not really.: Has polycystic ovarian syndrome been excluded? It should be. If a strong history for metabolic syndrome, which can include hypertension, cholesterol issues, diabetes, weight carried on the torso, in you or immediate family, then this is most likely! Best! ...Read more

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Diagnosed w/ ectopic @ 5 wks, hgc @ 6000.No baby seen in or out of uterus. Only small free fluid pocket seen on ultrasnd what could it be?

Diagnosed w/ ectopic @ 5 wks, hgc @ 6000.No baby seen in or out of uterus. Only small free fluid pocket seen on ultrasnd what could it be?

Was it an ectopic?: There is not enough info here to answer. If your doctor diagnosed you with an ectopic pregnancy then immediate treatment with surgery or a medication called Methotrexate was warranted. If the doctor is uncertain then typical a follow up BHCG is done as well as a repeat sonogram to determine if the pregnancy is too early to be seen, a miscarriage or an ectopic. Follow up in your case is warranted ...Read more

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Hello doctor, report is is mild free fluid is seen pelvis and right ovary reveal an anechoic clear cyst measuring 4.8*3.3*2.4 CM?

Hello doctor, report is is mild free fluid is seen pelvis and right ovary reveal an anechoic clear cyst measuring 4.8*3.3*2.4 CM?

Likely normal: This is fairly common to find. It could be burst cyst and fluid from that. Clear cyst is usually benign finding. Have gynecologist follow it up and report any symptoms of fullness, bloating, pain to MD. ...Read more

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Severe ab pain/middle/right side-8 days. Ct showed min. Free fluid in cul-de-sac, appendix not ideally seen-no swelling-no gas. Have behcets. Ideas?

Severe ab pain/middle/right side-8 days. Ct showed min. Free fluid in cul-de-sac, appendix not ideally seen-no swelling-no gas. Have behcets. Ideas?

Follow up: Ovarian cysts can give you these symptoms. Ideally these should improve with time. But appendicitis an masquerade this way too. If not improving see your surgeon. Can re-image or explore. ...Read more

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What does a "trace amount of free fluid in the cul du sac" mean?

Trace: Most often trace amounts of fluid in various parts of the body are insignificant, but I don't know in what part of the body the cul du sac your referring to is located. Nevertheless the finding sounds trivial, but your physician can ask the radiologist who interpreted the study if there is any need for concern or for followup. ...Read more

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What does 5.68cc size of moderate free fluid in the culdesac means? . Please help me im really worried about this result. Is this dangerous? ..

Usually benign: In a 29 year old woman it would most likely be related normal ovulation with the extrusion of fluid from a normal cyst. Could be the result of a ruptured ovarian cyst, or infection but generally the fluid would be more and look like pus. It would be very rare for it to be a cancer. A pelvic sonogram should be able to sort things out. I hope things go well. ...Read more

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No free fluid is in the pouch of douglas is that good or not?

No free fluid is in the pouch of douglas is that good or not?

That would be good.: Normally, fluid does not reside in the pouch of douglas (in the pelvis) and noted on either pelvic ultrasound or ct scan. Inflammation, infection, tumors, trauma can cause such fluid. Abdominal diseases can produce abdominal fluid (ascites) that can track down into the pelvis (pouch of douglas) as well.

Common causes are a ruptured ovarian follicle during ovulation, diverticulitis, cystitis. ...Read more

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Follicle22mm day 10 on R and 6Mm on L. non specific free fluid in pod. Opk peak on 14. Pain on both sides. Could left follicle grown in 4 Days?

Follicle22mm day 10 on R and 6Mm on L. non specific free fluid in pod. Opk peak on 14. Pain on both sides. Could left follicle grown in 4 Days?

Very unlikely: In a natural cycle usually only one follicle grows large. Others may be present and grow a little but in general that is very uncommon. Pain can be for a number of reasons which includes release of fluid and that fluid can go all over the belly not just onto one side ...Read more

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What causes free fluid and pain in pelvis?

What causes free fluid and pain in pelvis?

A few possibilities: Several possibilities, all of them possibly serious: endometriosis; other causes of bleeding into the pelvis; infections like appendicitis or pelvic inflammatory disease (PID, tube infection); ruptured ovarian cyst; ectopic (tubal) pregnancy; a leak from another organ, such as intestine or bladder; and more. Keep working with your doctors on this. Good luck! ...Read more

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Moderate amount of free fluid around my right adnexa?

Normal: Most likely you had a cyst that ruptures and that will showed as a fluid around the adnexa, nothing to worry about ...Read more

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What is considered a "moderate degree" of free fluid in the intraperitoneal cavity?

What is considered a "moderate degree" of free fluid in the intraperitoneal cavity?

Ascites: It is easily detectable and causing distension of belly.
For more information, refer to https://patient. Info/in/doctor/ascites ...Read more

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What does the term "unspecific cysts" on an vaginal u/ s mean? Have 2.3, 1.3, 1.6 cm all rt side. One septated. 2 others "likely hemorr" sm free fluid

What does the term "unspecific cysts" on an vaginal u/ s mean? Have 2.3, 1.3, 1.6 cm all rt side. One septated. 2 others "likely hemorr" sm free fluid

Ovarian cyst: Cysts are common occurences on the ovary and they resolve with ovulation. However, sometimes they persist and grow in numbers. The location, size, content are used to describe them. Your GYN can describe the importance of the US finding with you at your fu appt.

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Dr M ...Read more

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Can a torn muscle cause free fluid?

Torn muscle: A torn muscle bleeds and that is a fluid. Actually mostly water. So simple answer is yes. ...Read more

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Is it dangerous to have free fluid in pelvis?

Depends: Some free fluid in the pelvis is normal. The amount would matter and the symptoms you were having to get the scan. ...Read more

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Large amount of free fluid in left ovary no cyst, what is free fluid?

Large amount of free fluid in left ovary no cyst, what is free fluid?

Water: Free fluid is typically water. The lining of your abdominal contents are slippery (your bowel, the lining of your organs) and it's thus wet inside your abdomen. It's normal to have a little free fluid in one's pelvis, as that's where fluid tends to pool. Your? Was confusing because you said free fluid in ovary but no cyst. Free fluid in ovary is typically the definition of a cyst. Maybe rephras. ...Read more

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I had a MRI and what does it mean when it say free fluid in the cul-de sac?

I had a MRI and what does it mean when it say free fluid in the cul-de sac?

Free fluid: Free fluid in the cul-de-sac means there is fluid posterior to the uterus in a small space between the uterus and the rectum, and not in a specific structure like a cyst. There is normally a very small amount of fluid present which is not usually seen with MRI. Fluid can accumulate from many causes, and can be seen intermittently due to your menstrual cycle or indicate inflammation in the pelvis. ...Read more

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Is moderate free fluid in the culdesac dangerous? . Does it affect pregnancy?

Not dangerous: If the remainder of your ultrasound is normal, it is ok to see some fluid in the pelvis. This can be normal or sometimes from a cyst on the ovary. Generally not dangerous. ...Read more

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Had a ultrasound done and it showed free fluid in my ovary, he said it look like a snow globe with things floating but didn't seem worried, what is it?

Had a ultrasound done and it showed free fluid in my ovary, he said it look like a snow globe with things floating but didn't seem worried, what is it?

An ovarian cyst: For very specific details about your specific ultrasound report you will need to ask the doctor who did the sonogram. Otherwise we would simply be guessing. ...Read more