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Ovarian Pain In Both Ovaries
Would a dr be willing to remove one ovary due to searing pain. Endo diagnosed but none seen on my ovaries but suffer from left sided ovarian pain.
Pain: It might be possible to convince a doctor to operate. But, you can determine if the pain is ovarian in nature by hormonal manipulation first to determine if the pain is truly ovarian in nature. Continuous birth control pills or Lupron (leuprolide) can often be used to determine if the pain is female in origin, or if surgery might correct the problem. DrG ...Read more
Left ovarian cyst burst weeks ago, llq pain varying w/bm, rectal bleeding&fever. Gi dr order coly? Can adhesion make ovary pain mimic lower GI pain?
Ultrasound found 9mm calcification on right ovary. Left ovary was polycystic. I have painful periods, bloating, ovary pain. Ovarian cancer? Treatment?
Pain severity?: Many patients with twisted ovaries note that the pain makes it difficult to "laugh, talk, walk, breathe, or be touched in the abdomen". Ruptured cyst patients note a "moment of severe pain" which often passes after a few hours. A twised ovary requires immediate surgery 100% of the time and a ruptured cyst often does not. Ovarian torsion and twisted ovary are the same. ...Read more
Ovarian cystic lesion
what does having 6.4x3.5 cystic lesion with internal septation on the left ovary mean?
Ovarian cyst: With septae, with a size of 6 cm across needs to be evaluated by your gayneacologist. Cysts could be benign and malignant cystic conditions. Benign cysts- hyperstimulation syndrome from clomiphene, endometriosis-ovary, pid causing tuboovarian swellings are there. Benign tumours with thin septae like in serous & mucinous cysadenoma can occur. Ovarian ca's including teratoma/dermoid cyst to be r/o. ...Read more
Is there a chance another ovarian dermoid tumor could develop on the other ovary after having one and the ovary removed?
Chance: Low probability.Get a more detailed answer ›
I'm 20 year old. What those it mean R ovary 3.79 x 3.21 x 1.80 cm there are more than 12 follicles, less than 1cm. In diameter with an ovarian vol. Of?
Could be normal: Without any further information, the finding of a right ovary 3/79 x 3.21 x 1.8 and multiple small follicles can be a normal finding. ...Read more
Well, a few things: Can cause pain. An ovarian cyst that expands the ovary rapidly causes discomfort. Severe pain, an emergency, is called ovarian torsion where a heavy cyst twist on the blood supply causing what we call an "acute abdomen". Lower abdominal pain is more broad. Make sure not pregnant, otherwise pain may or may not be from the ovaries. Gdluc. ...Read more
If abdominal pain persists despite pain medications, you should see your GYN to assess ovarian size, presence of cysts etc. Ovarian pain can be due to the ovaries or other sites such as bowel, bladder, uterus etc. A GYN ultrasound can help identify possible suspects
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Surgeon will try: Your surgeon will try to remove the cyst without removing the ovary, but that'll depend on size, blood supply and location. Sometimes they don't know what will happen until they go in there and look. But I'd ask your surgeon on the chances of leaving the ovary. ...Read more
If an ovary was removed because a cyst had taken over all ovarian tissue, was the ovary still working in the first place?
Two Ovaries: I am not sure what is the context of your question. I think it would b impossible to prove one way or the other. But, it does not matter. You have two ovaries. ...Read more
Ovarian function!: As a woman not menopausal and not on the pill your ovaries will function by selecting a crop of follicles I which one will be else red to ovulate. Find a chart that shows the dance of the ovaries and hormones of estrogen and progestogen and that picture wi help explain normal physiology or body function. An occasional ultrasound in patient not on the pill will show a cyst of varying size in menses. ...Read more
Inside: Most ovarian cysts develop from the active follicles inside the ovary. Endometriomas would be the most common that develop on the surface or outside of the ovary. ...Read more
Depends: If the entire ovary has become cystic making it impossible to find a normal ovary or when there is no way to "peal" away the ovary from the cysts. ...Read more
Normal: It is normal to have some asymmetry in size. Depends on normal cyst, time of cycle. ...Read more
No. Depends.: Depends on ovary cyst size, character (slmple vs. Complex), and how much this bugs you. Sometimes just the cyst can be removed. Sometimes taking medicine like birth control pills can tell your ovaries to stop making cysts. So it depends on many factors for you and what else may be going on. ...Read more
I have a left ovarian cyst 3.5 x 4.8 and only a partial ovary with pain, does it need to be removed?
Is a 6cm by 7cm ovarian cyst big? Can it cause pain? I also have a 3cm by 4cm cyst on the same ovary.
Risk of torsion: Cysts and ovaries > 5 cm are at risk of twisting on their own stalk, resulting in a state called ovarian torstion. This can cause significant pain and result in loss of your ovary if not resolved in a timely manner. While your doctor is still just observing the cyst, you should consider decreasing any high impact or jumping activities. ...Read more
What is recovery from having an ovarian cyst and ovary removed like? Will i be able to travel a week later?
Do cancerous ovarian tumors tend to grow quickly? I have a 2cm suspected dermoid on my ovary that hasn't grown in 10 months.
Yes, they do: If your cyst has not grown in size over 10 months it is unlikely to be ovarian Cancer. Yet you must follow up on it once or twice a year to be sure that it does not increase in size....which could imply a potential Ovarian cancer. Your gynecologist can guide you as to how it is monitored properly. ...Read more
My right ovary is enlarged with 26.8 cc's of fluid in it along with a 2.3 CM mildly complex cyst. Is this concerning for ovarian ca?
No: At your age the risk for malignancy is very low. Given you don't have a strong family history of early breast or ovarian cancer. It's common for young women to have ovarian masses that have some complexity to them (a marker for cancer). These are almost always a dermoid, hemorrhagic cyst, endometrioma or another benign ovarian mass. Follow your doc's instructions, but try not to worry. ...Read more
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