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Nodules On Ovaries
Can i still get pregnanct with 2 ovarian/adnexal cysts?Left 2.0 CM with solid mural nodule.Right ovary 2.5 CM ?
Iodine: The ovaries require iodine and you may be deficient in it. Try to find someone who does an iodine loading test. If you are low, taking a safe iodine/potassium iodide supplement may just take care of your cysts for you. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Have subcm follicles on ovaries. Pcos? No irregular periods but hair growth. Benign polyp and nodule on ovary found by ultrasound. Not pregnant.?
PCOS: Have you had the lab tests for pcos? Estrogen levels, fsh levels, etc? Sounds as if you might need to see your gyn doc or an endocrinologist for those studies and accurate diagnosis. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I was told I have a nodule on my ovaries I have since lost insurance how fast does something like this progress?
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More age dependent: The types of ovarian cancers one can get depends very much, nearly exclusively, on the age of the patient. Thus a nodule in a 21 year old means a very different thing from one in a 65 year old. Average age for diagnosis is 63. If you're asking the question for yourself, most common ovarian cancer at your age is a germ cell or stromal tumor. Most important is to get the advice of your doctor. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Normal for your age: Likel a place building up to form a cyst and ovulate. Could also be scar from recent cyst. If you don't have normal menses or if you have symptoms, see your gynecologist. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
two solid-appearing nodules in the right ovary measuring 2.6 x 2.2 x
1.9 cm and 4.1 x 3.5 x 2.8 cm. These are isoechoic to the ovarian
Many possibilities: W/o seeing the pictures, ur description isn't sufficient 2 make diagnosis. Ultimately, u'll have 2 talk 2 ur gynecologist. Given ur age, there's a gd chance d nodules r benign; endometriosis mass (endometrioma) & dermoid cyst/tumor r likely. However, other tumors (b9 & malignant) r possible. https://iame.com/online/ovary/ovary.html for more info. Need Doppler, time. HealthTap Prime may b helpful. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Smear and pelvic examination where the doctor felt 3 nodules. Diagnosed with polycystic ovaries many years ago. Could this be related?
I have nodule base on my ultrasound one week ago on my ovary
I did ovary cyst surgery one month ago but i want to what is nodule is it dangurase?
Discuss with doctor: This is a very specific case that can only be answered by the doctor who had your sonogram report and images. You will need to ask what is meant by the term nodule and what the implications are. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have a complex cystic structure on right ovary with mural nodules what does this mean it is 10.7 CM .
It is most likely: just an ovarian cyst, but some elements of it such as complex nature and mural nodules make it worrisome for tumor or even malignancy. Consult with your gyn, but you probably need to have surgical removal for both accurate diagnosis and definitive treatment. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Please explain: A 46x51x54 mm cyst is seen in the right ovary with a peripheral avascular nodule. Surgical eval should be considered.
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