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Yes: In fact, pelvic ultrasound in the form of a transvaginal ultrasound (ultrasound probe placed in the vagina) is usually the study of choice to detect tubo-ovarian abscess. This study has a sensitivity (likelihood of detection) of very roughly 85%...But like any ultrasound study can vary based on the experience of the sonographer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fluid in abdomen (uterus enlarged (15/40), deep dyspareunia) waiting for vaginal ultrascan. What other than cirrhosis & cancer causes ascities?
7cm complex ovarian cyst, and complex right Ov cyst, dilated tube w/debris, pelvic fluid cause abdominal Bloating? Doctor is concern for ovarian canc.
Yes...: Tubal and ovarian masses can cause abdominal bloating. Most ovarian masses (75%), regardless of size, are benign (not cancer). There are many causes of complex tubo-ovarian masses including ectopic pregnancy, infections (abscess), normal physiological process (post ovulation bleeding), etc.; that are not cancer. It is good that you have a clinician following you. ...Read more
Ovarian cysts ruptured 2 wk ago. Severe abdominal pain &distended abdomen, fever, sweating, nausea, free fluid in abdomen, can't pass bm. Peritonitis?
Free blood: When ovarian cysts rupture spontaneously the process is associated with release of free blood in the peritoneal cavity. This produces pain on abdominal and pelvic exam related to amt. of blood released. Peritonitis is usually not present and can be checked by blood count and exam indicating rebound tenderness associated with peritonitis. ...Read more
Post menopause bleeding. D&c clear, tvu show hyperplasia(6mm). Pap smear clear. Sometimes pelvic pain & bloating. 1.3cm ovarian cyst.Ovarian cancer?
Having unexplained abdominal pain. History of kidney stones. Checked by colonoscopy and pelvic ultrasound, normal. Kidney stones, bowel disorder, or??
What kind of pain: What kind of pain you are experiencing. Before meal while eating or after meal. Is the pain constant or intermittent, what will make it worst or better. Is the pain like stabbing or like squeezing. Do you problems with bloating,diarrhea,or constipation,are you under any stress?there is a lot of question that have to be answered before we can even have any idea of how to help you . ...Read more
Pelvic Scan report:Bulky retroverted uterus with AP diameter 5.2cm.Endometrum thickness -18.6mm.No fibrod,cysts &Cysies.Abdominal pain still severe?
Pelvic pain: May be endometriosis or adhesions which are not readily noted on scans. Ultrasound may note larger endometriosis lesions; laparoscopy is the gold standard Adhesions are diagnosed when obstruction or at laparoscopy. Endometrium is thick - mid cycle? if not discuss w/doc. Also check disc disease. pelvic floor tension,pelvic venous congestion , interstitial cystitis/renal f/u/doc ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It would need to be of a sufficiently large size to do so. Remember that ovaries produce cysts every month, and these (functional) cysts are normal, and don't cause pain. If they get larger than normal, (my opinion >3-4cm) or grow in size rapidly, or if they cause bleeding into the abdominal cavity then they can cause pelvic pain.Sometimes the pain will refer down the inner or front of the up.Thigh. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Abdominal pain mainly pelvic, bloating, loss of appetitie, nausea. Yet abdominal and pelvic scan shows all normal?
Extreme bloating & pain after eating, dx ovarian cysts, pelvic venous congestion, partial seizures. Every blood test normal could it be ovarian tumor?
Pelvic pain: A late period in itself should not cause pelvic pain. Rupture of an ovarian cyst can - sometimes the (follicle) cyst that released the egg, e.g., at the time of ovulation can fill with blood. This is called a hemorrhagic cyst (cyst filled with blood). The blood in the cyst can cause distention and the pain from that distention can radiate into other parts of the abdomen. ...Read more