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Ask Ob-Gyn for info.: A para-ovarian cyst, also sometimes known as a para-tubal cyst is a type of adnexal cyst that does not develop from the ovary. They are usually thin-walled and smoothly marginated (smooth edges). The majority of them appear as unilocular "simple" cysts on ultrasound. Most patients are asymptomatic, although patients with large cysts can have pelvic pain symptoms. ...Read more
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
5 CM paratubal cyst is causing radiating pain pain. Dr doesn't seem to think its an emergency situation. Why does this happen?
Laparoscopy: with ovarian cysts there is always a good chance that they resolve on their own and it may make sense to buy some time with pain medication. I don't see this happen with a paratubal cyst. A laparoscopy would help to sort things out: ovarian cyst versus paratubal cyst versus hydrosalpinx. ...Read more
I have suggestive paratubal cyst measuring of 1.82x1.54 cm is it serious or not, can I still have a chance to get pregnant even if i have this?
Probably not but...: That's actually a very small cyst. If it's truly a paratubal cyst then nothing to worry about. I would suggest that you have a hysterosalpingogram (HSG or tube test) done. Sometimes a damaged tube can look like a paratubal cyst. Damaged fallopian tubes would require consultation with an infertility specialist to go over your options. ...Read more
A week ago, I had an operative laparoscopy procedure due to paratubal cyst. How can I prevent this from occuring again?
Had a lap for a paratubal cyst (?) and fluid in left tube. But the dr couldn't identify it and sent it for several pathologists to review. Do i worry?
Wait for the results: Any tissue removed in a surgical procedure should be sent to a pathologist for evaluation. Your doctor did not send it because s/he thinks there is any reason to be concerned, but because the right thing to do. ...Read more
TTC... I underwent operation due to paratubal cyst on the left.right tube had been removed due to ectopic pregnancy & now i have diffuse adenomyosis.
Question?: I am sorry- I do not understand what you are asking. Please resubmit with a specific question. ...Read more
A sack of fluid: A cyst is a fluid filled sac that usually has a thin wall (capsule) and is filled with a watery fluid. Complex cysts may have multiple fluid sacs all bunched together. They are usually treated by drainage though often the capsule neds to be removed to prevent recurrence. Other cysts may have thicker contents. If it is filled with pus its usually referred to as an abscess. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Skene's cysts?: Skene's glands (periurethral or paraurethral glands) are located next to the distal end of the urethra. Cysts form if the gland's duct is obstructed, usually because the gland is infected. The infected glands or cysts occur mainly in adults. Cysts may form abscesses or cause urethral obstruction and recurrent uti's. ...Read more
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