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One Ovary Slightly Larger Than Other
Normal: It is normal to have some difference in size. Depends on cycle changes, cysts, etc. ...Read more
Should I be concerned that one ovary has 6mL more fluid than the other. The larger ovary is also on the side that I have frequent and severe pain.?
OBGYN: Until you've been examined by a good OBGYN and obtained results and a treatment plan, that's all you need to do. Then, you need to understand and trust the plan and follow it. Frequent severe pain is an alarm - heed it! Best wishes. ...Read more
Good...: Symmetrical renal enhancement means both kidneys can been seen better in the same or similar degree after injecting image-enhanced contrast; that is good. Seeing a large ovarian cyst could be just an incidental finding, most likely being benign. More? Ask your doctor for specifics and relevance since s/he knows more about your individual conditions than anyone online. ...Read more
Hi Maam what does it mean by multiple peripherally arranged follicles in both ovaries, along with the right ovary larger than left one?
PCOS: Usually multiple peripherally arranged follicles signifies a "string of pearls" sign which is representative of a condition called PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), which means that your ovaries aren't getting the right signals to release eggs at the right time. This can be a cause of infertility, but not always. Talk about it more with your doctor or arrange a consult for more information. ...Read more
Got an ultrasound. One ovary volume is 15.65 ml and the other 21.01ml. Yet the larger one is the one with a smaller cyst. Is this normal?
Ovarian cysts: Almost no parts of the body are perfectly symmetrical. Breasts, hands, feet, etc. Are usually different sizes. The volumes you describe are within normal limits. Ovarian cysts are common, and small ones are not usually dangerous or painful. Your healthcare provider should be consulted to determine what may be necessary if other symptoms are present. ...Read more
Had ultrasound and was told that egg was already released from one ovary and there is a big follicle seen in other ovary, what does that mean?
Me and my boyfriend are trying to conceive I have one ovary larger than the other what could help me get pregnant faster its taking to long?
Be patient: Pregnancy takes time and timing. It's unlikely that differences in your ovary size is influencing the issue. Be patient and try to not to place undue stress or pressure on yourself or partner. Fertility evaluation should be considered if 1) Unsuccessful after 1 year of trying off birth control, 2) if >35 y/o and unsuccessful after 6 months of trying off birth control, 3) irregular cycles ...Read more
I have been told at the hospital that I have multiple cysts on both ovaries and that one of the larger ones is 4cm by 4cm can they b removed.?
Yes: However, it may not be necessary. There are several factors that determine whether a cyst (s) need to be removed. The most important is size relative to the appearance on ultrasound. And whether or not there is pain. This could be a sign of twisting of the ovary which can be dangerous. ...Read more
Ok I was told that I had ovarian cyst in both of my ovaries but my right one was a lil big and I needed to watch it, ive been having these sharp contr?
Ovarian cysts: It is normal for a small cyst to develop on the ovaries from time to time. Ovarian cysts are quite common in women during their reproductive years and may be a single cyst or many cysts. Most cysts are benign and only require monitoring. Most are cysts which develops from tissue that changes in the normal process of ovulation. They usually disappear within 6-8 weeks ...Read more
I have more than one large ovarian cysts on my left ovary I also found out the cysts are 3 centimeters in diameter. What could happen if they errupt?
Let me try this again one ovary larger than other ovary only shows simple folllicular cyst on ultrasound nothing abnormal can cancer present a just an enlargrment with nothing abormal on ultrasound?
Not likely: Ovaries are very active organs with monthly changes, enlarging and shrinking. Cysts come and go. Usually pelvic ultrasound is repeated after 4-6 weeks. A tumor may persist. Cancer may continue to grow. In medically literature, a size greater than 5 cm may prompt surgical intervention. Again, there are no way to rule out cancer until the ovary is removed. ...Read more
I have one large ovary then normal size. Does this cause irregular period? Will it cause any problem if I want to get pregnant?
Can ovarian cysts be hereditary? I have one on each ovary, doctor wouldn't tell me how big and suggested a gyno. Should I be worried abt surgery posb?
See GYN MD first: A visit to the GYN MD can clarify the size, dimensions, and composition of the ovarian cysts which can then help to decide what, if any, action is needed. ...Read more
I had an afc at day 9 (i am 38, and not on fertility treatment). I had 8 antral follicles on l ovary and 9 on r ovary and a big one ready for ovulation. Is this normal? I thought afc was done day 3.
Normal ovulation: The afc is normally done at day 3 to see how many follicles are beginning to develop, in order to compare to the number that develop closer to ovulation...For this reason, another ultrasound is usually done after the lh surge, which is detectable on ovulation strips. This is normally done during fertility treatment to assess how the woman is progressing towards ovulation. ...Read more
Have large mass on uterus, small one on left ovary, does that mean I have to have a hysterectomy?
I had an operation in 2006 to remove a large cyst on my ovaries. Now I have a new small one behind my uterus and not same place. Can I remove it?
What was the size and the nature of the first cyst? Benign or not?
Uterus usually can not have cysts, so please tell me more. Is this a new cyst in your ovary and behind the uterus or it's in the uterus?
What is exactly the size of it and if you have any symptom because of that? ...Read more
I had surgery to remove both ovaries six months ago one ovary had a large cyst which had attached itself to my pelvis and bowel I am still in a lot of?
Adhesions or?: Persistent discomfort warrants re-evaluation please.Get a more detailed answer ›
Periods 2 weeks apart for 2 months, heavy bleeding, clots hot flashes and chills? One ovary is larger than my uteris do I need surgery?
I have a big chocolate cyst in my left ovary and don't want surgery as I had one already for uterine fibroids, can I be pregnant with it?
Possible, not likely: I would recommend removing the endometrioma if you hope to conceive. Its effects are not just destructive to the ovary involved but also deleterious to the entire pelvis and both tubes - which could seriously decrease your fertility. Seek care with a reputable infertility specialist or laparoscopic gynecologist to address this at your earliest convenienc. Take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daile and good luck. ...Read more
Mri shows multiple exophytic mid posterior uterine fibroids one 5.8cm & another 2.3cm; a large simple 5cm cyst on l ovary w/many sm. Marginal cysts; & mild free l pelvic fluid. Treatment & concerns?
See a specialist:
You have multiple fibroids and the treatment options are complicated. You need to discuss these findings with the doctor who ordered the mri. The ovarian cyst is fairly large but if simple then it may resolve on its own. If you have surgery for the fibroids then the surgeon can deal with the cyst also.
This is not an internet question with only 400 character answers! :) best wishes. ...Read more
A CT scan showed a 2.5 cyst on one of my ovaries. Is that a large cyst and can it cause severe pain before and during a bowel movement?
One inch cyst: Your 2.5 cm cyst is only one inch in diameter and is tiny. It should not cause severe pain during bowel movements unless it is not in centimeters but in inches. Either way, ovaries normally form cysts as part of their physiologic function and most go away on their own volition spontaneously. ...Read more
No problem: One small ovary is not a problem - the other one will make up for it ...Read more
That is not a: Description that conveys any useful information, unfortunately. Trying to interpret the ultrasound on the screen without training is impossible. Best to talk to your doc about the results. It may be nothing. ...Read more
What's the difference in abscess's and large fluid collection, in pelvis, are abscess's and fluid collection the one and the same???
Not necessarily: An Abcess is a walled off area of infection. Fluid collections can be anything, they have different characteristics on the imaging and treated differently. Some fluid collections are just watched closely, an some just go away on there own. Remember our bodies are made up of water primarily and this can, in essence, collect up anywhere. ...Read more
I have a funny shaped circle like dark rash near my pelvis, it's not itchy it started as one quite large circle then expanded to two? Please help
Well, I'ts probably normal, but due to my weight where my legs meet my pelvis sometimes lumps of raised skin will rise. They are uncomfortable, and eventually part of them breaks and blood comes out, and they usually go away. This one is really big.
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I am a 25 y/o female with one ovary, and low estrogen. My re won't do anything about it till I see him later this month. Help! My headaches are severe.?
Patience: Headaches can be due to hormone fluctuations. If you are undergoing infertility treatments there are special protocols that need to be followed to help with pregnancy. There are non-hormonal therapies that can be helpful and are safe in pregnancy and you may need to call your regular gynecologist or family practitioner to seek treatment while waiting on the rei dr. ...Read more
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