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Cyst (Definition)

A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more


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What is a paraovarian cyst?

What is a paraovarian cyst?

Paraovarian cyst: They are cyst that are next to your ovary or fallopian tube. They are embryological remnants. I hope that helps. Read more

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Do people gain or lose weight after paraovarian cyst surgery?

Do people gain or lose weight after paraovarian cyst surgery?

Possibly...: ...But not as a direct relationship to the surgery. If one feels better post op and is more active, weight loss could occur. If one is sedentary and eats poorly after surgery, weight gain could occur. Good luck. Read more

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I have a paraovarian cyst that has a mural echcogenic nodule, is this serious? It's about 2cm and the nodule is 7mm.

I have a paraovarian cyst that has a mural echcogenic nodule, is this serious? It's about 2cm and the nodule is 7mm.

Keep an eye on it: The possibility (differential diagnosis) and clinical implications for ovarian cysts change with a woman's age. For someone young the nodule is more likely benign (like part of a dermoid cyst) than when someone is older where such a nodule can make it more worrisome for cancer, though nothing is 100%.
Also, the size of the cyst (if >4-5cm) can be associated with torsion (surgical emergency) Read more

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I have total correction of tetralogy of phallot and paraovarian cyst. I becoming fatty to fattest although not taking much food. What I do now?

I have total correction of tetralogy of phallot and paraovarian cyst. I becoming fatty to fattest although not taking much food. What I do now?

See your doctor: You should be evaluated by your physician. Thyroid problems can cause the kinds of symptoms you are having but sometimes it's because you are eating more calories than your body needs. I would suggest logging everything you eat for a week and take it to your doctor's visit. The daily plate is a good calorie tracker website http://www. Livestrong. Com/thedailyplate/. Read more

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Can a paraovarian cyst 4 CM in size cause your period to be late?

Not a paraovarian: Cyst, but an ovarian cyst can, 4 cm is big for a paraovarian cyst which can cause other problems, please see your gyn for evaluation of your late cycle and the cyst. Read more

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1cm paraovarian cyst on impressions from pelvic u/s.Dr did u/s in office and said he didn't see it 7 months later. Why?

1cm paraovarian cyst on impressions from pelvic u/s.Dr did u/s in office and said he didn't see it 7 months later. Why?

Cyst: Most likely it wasn't a para-ovarian cyst to begin with, but was an ovarian cyst. Also possible it could have collapsed (doubt it) or maybe the doc missed it on the 2nd ultrasound. Either way, it's a normal finding. Read more

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I had an paraovarian cyst removed this year in september and yesterday when I had sex for the first time after my surgery it was very painful. Worried?

I had an paraovarian cyst removed this year in september and yesterday when I had sex for the first time after my surgery it was very painful. Worried?

Check with MD: You need to check with your md to be certain that the cyst has not returned via sonography. Painful sex in the absence of the cyst may be fear of pain, so make sure that everything is O.K. First then address the emotional fear by being "ready" for sex before actual intercourse takes place with penetration. Read more

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Paraovarian cyst in right side measuring 5 cm?

Paraovarian cyst in right side measuring 5 cm?

Rechecks: Follow up as your doctor recommends, songrams, surgical removal if recommended Read more

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What is a complex paraovarian cyst 1.4cm? Is this bad?

What is a complex paraovarian cyst 1.4cm? Is this bad?

Obgyn: Most ovarian cysts resolve on their own. A complex cyst needs evaluation by an obgyn so that each case and the management can be individualized. Your obgyn can determine if surgery is needed. Read more

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1 CM paraovarian cyst incidentally found on u/s. Is this a simple cyst? All it said was '1 x1cm paraovarian cyst'. F/u not needed, apparently.

1 CM paraovarian cyst incidentally found on u/s. Is this a simple cyst? All it said was '1 x1cm paraovarian cyst'. F/u not needed, apparently.

Parovarian Cyst: A parovarian cyst is a tiny fluid-filled sac found in 3-4% of women incidentally for other reasons. Depending on whether the cyst is attached to the top of the fallopian tube (the fimbria) or nearby, the cyst may be called a "hydatid cyst of morgagni [see image attached]*" or, simply, a "paratubal cyst."
*source: http://www. Sciencedirect. Com
/science/article/pii/s1055858605000156. Read more

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If u/s report says that there is a "1 CM paraovarian cyst", does this mean it's a simple cyst? Would they have mentioned other concerning features?

If u/s report says that there is a "1 CM paraovarian cyst", does this mean it's a simple cyst? Would they have mentioned other concerning features?

Could be: Most small cysts of the ovary and surrounding the ovary are benign. The critical aspect would be to see if the cyst grows over time. If it grew substantially, or if it acquired more solid areas, there may be a need to have it removed. I would discuss the situation with your obgyn. Read more

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My dr never told me I have a <1cm paraovarian cyst. I asked her after seeing u/s report myself. She said it was inconsequential. Why didn't she tell me?

My dr never told me I have a <1cm paraovarian cyst. I asked her after seeing u/s report myself. She said it was inconsequential. Why didn't she tell me?

Likely benign: It is almost certainly benign. Being so small and fairly common is probably why she did not mention it to you. Read more

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How likely is a 1x0.8x1cm paraovarian cyst on ultrasound cancer?

How likely is a 1x0.8x1cm paraovarian cyst on ultrasound cancer?

Paraovarian Cyst: Most paraovarian cysts are fallopian tube cysts. The likelihood of these being cancer is low especially if it is small, simple appearing on ultrasound and in a younger woman. Read more

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27 years old and have a 3.4 cm paraovarian cyst with free pelvic fluid observed on MRI. Should I be worried?

27 years old and have a 3.4 cm paraovarian cyst with free pelvic fluid observed on MRI. Should I be worried?

Not yet: The cyst may be leaking or ruptured already, and at 3.4 centimeters, is barely over 1 inch in diameter. If the cyst grows or pain ensues then concern is well founded. Read more