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Ovary Not Visible In Ultrasound
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
Pain in right waist hip and groin 2wks worried it's ovarian ca had ultrasound in sept it was good but one ovary wasn't visible or hidden that bad?
Ovarian cancer ?: Why are you worried about ovarian cancer? Do you or your family have a history ? Usually cancers present as PAINLESS masses in the abdomen, not painful. Though certainly repeating the US would be a good idea. If nice normal ovaries are seen you. An look for another cause of your pain. Feel better ! ...Read more
What test apart from a pelvic ultrasound can be used to test the status of pcos if cyst are not anymore visible in the ovaries in ultrasound results?
I had a pelvic ultrasound done and trans vag. As well. It showed a fibroid, and a cyst on my right ovary. My left ovary was not visible .Is this bad?
6 months ago Transvaginal ultrasound said left ovary not clearly visible but no signs of adnexal tumor. I now have an 8.5cm tumor on the left ovary. Was this missed 6 months ago?
Need more details: There is a wide spectrum of appearances of echogenic (bright) foci, varying in number, distribution &location, in an otherwise normal ovary. Specular reflection from walls of tiny unresolved benign cysts can appear as bright foci without shadowing. Many things appear echogenic on ultrasound including calcifications, fat, bone, gas...Echogenicity is a relative term compared to background parenchyma. ...Read more
Usually: Variation of several millimeters is not uncommon and sometimes a technical issue on the part of the person performing the scan. If the ovaries are otherwise normal in appearance there is no reason for concern. If one ovary is twice the size of the other it may be useful to perform a followup ultrasound in a few weeks or, in some cases, evaluate with MRI depending on the clinical concern. ...Read more
It's possible: for an ovary to not be visualized if it is positioned behind bowel loops. The ultrasound beam does not penetrate through bowel gas. If the ovary cannot be seen on transvaginal ultrasound, it can sometimes be successfully visualized on transabdominal ultrasound. If that fails, pelvic MRI is also useful. ...Read more
Had an ultrasound today and found what looks to be 3 ovaries the technician was in shock which causes me to worry. What are the chances and how?
Just had an ultrasound and my ovaries are different sizes. My right is 12.43ml while my left is 3.3ml. Is this normal? I got an ultrasound done becaus
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?
The cyst on my ovary showed up dark when viewed by ultrasound, is that necessarily indicating a more serious condition as opposed to being fluid-fille?
Black ==> fluid: Clear fluid shows up black on ultrasound, so if it was black that is a fluid filled cyst. That is always less worrisome than solid or semi-solid. Good wishes. ...Read more
I have been trying to have a child for years. I had an internal ultrasound done and one of my ovaries is not completely developed also my . Arent norm?
Seek further input: In general, each ovary produces many follicles and therefore many viable eggs every cycle so even with only one functioning ovary, you should still be able to conceive. If you are ready to pursue pregnancy, consider making an appointment with an obstetrician to discuss your particular body issues and likelihoods of a successful pregnancy. ...Read more
It depends: Generally a cyst in a woman of your age less than 5 cm in size, if it is totally water containing is of no concern. However, if there are solid elements, blood in the wall or if it is associated with pain or loss of blood flow it could be serious. Therefore the ultrasound report neds to be given to your healthcare provider to determine the significance and precise meaning of the word swelling. ...Read more
Yes: Follicles are part of normal ovary anatomy. ...Read more
Ovary not seen on US:
This can be technique related or due to the location of the ovary
Generally if it is enlarged or abnormal it would be seen on ultrasound
Other modalities can be used including physical exam or CT
Follow up with your OB-GYN is recommended if you are having symptoms, why was the study performed? ...Read more
Depends: It could be anything from a functional cyst that will resolve to a tumor. In the tumor category, there are benign and malignant tumors. If there is a single thin septation, then it would most likely be a benign tumor. If there are thick septations or nodules, then more likely malignant. Size and your menopausal status are also important factors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If you are having severe pain, the cysts probably need to be removed. If your symptoms are mild, it may be reasonable to manage with observation and recheck the sonogram in 4 to 6 weeks. An ovarian cyst up to 8 centimeters in diameter is considered in the normal range and if it is related to ovulation (most are) it will usually go away on its own. ...Read more
Yes, it does: Dermoid cyst is the most common benign ovarian tumor in young women. It is a very interesting tumor in that it can contain tissue that is found in many other organs such as thyroid, brain, skin, hair, teeth, etc. Adipose is fat and this is often seen inside a dermoid cyst. It has a characteristic appearance on ultrasound which helps to make a diagnosis of dermoid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is normal to have several follicles in a ovary? That was the result of my intravaginal ultrasound
Yes: yes, that is a normal finding.Get a more detailed answer ›
What does it mean when ovary on an ultrasound dr didn't think anything bad about it but it doesn't mean cancer right?
See below: It is not feasible to address your concern. Your question should be addressed to your doctor who did the ultrasound or your primary care physician. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When is the best time to have an ultrasound for what i believe are ovulating cysts? In march i had cysts on my ovary.
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ultrasound found that each ovary is small and inactive, does that mean that I am post menopausal? Does the body still produce oestradiol?
Day 12 ultrasound, appeared to have collapsed fol. On left ovary but 2 on right appeared mature. Is it possible i didn't ovulate already?
I have a cyst on one ovary and I am having pain and pressure on the opposite side now. My ultrasound results are normal. What could it be?
Normal function: Ovaries that are not suppressed by the pill will ovulate by taking turns on average. Month to month to ovulate! Keep track of cycles look into the App P-tracker to help. Cyst less than 5 cm and clear will go away 80-90 % of the time and only need to be followed if you're symptomatic or have abnormal cycle pattern! ...Read more
I did an ultrasound scan and the results reviewed there is a fluid in the pouch of Douglas and my ovaries are normal so what is wrong with me?
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?
I have a 3.5 x 5 cms ovary cyst . I previously had an ultrasound in Jan'16 and it wasn't there before. Is it serious? Do i need to take it out?
NO: ovarian cysts tend to come and go. I suggest no treatment and repeat the US in 3 months. ...Read more
If you had 2 ultrasounds showing you had a cyst in your right ovary .Then had surgery to take it out and found no cyst or evidence of it what's up ?
Unfortunate: That is unusual. Either the cyst resolved on its own between the last ultrasound and the surgery. Or the cyst was present at surgery but just not seen, or the cyst was never there and something else was appearing to be a cyst. Either way it is certainly unfortunate you had to undergo surgery with no results. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had an ultrasound done and it says "the right ovary was slightly enlarged with multiple follicles in different stages of development" what is that?
Sounds normal: I won't try to give you a diagnosis without seeing the ultrasound images, but that sounds like a very normal typical report. Follicles are (natural) ovarian cysts that all reproductive age women have, and should have. ...Read more
I had an ultrasound done. My left ovary measured 34×30×27mm w/a cyst measuring 26×21×20mm. My right measured 41×26×30mm w/a cyst measuring 38×23×23mm?
Normal: Assuming you still get periods, it is completely normal to have small cysts of the ovaries. They mostly continue immature eggs and will come and go with your cycles. Reassuring traits are thin walls, clear contents, single, and size less than 5 cm (50 mm) ...Read more
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