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Uultrasound say a small tiny free silver of pelvic fluid is seen but may be physiologic. What does this mean. I have done ultrasound before and this?
2 CM cyst on left ovary states likely physiologic and I have a small amount of non specific free pelvic fluid should I be worried?
No: This is a very common finding for a 26 year old woman. More importantly would be why you got the study to begin with. If you are experiencing ongoing symptoms that are worsening, then you need to see you doc. Additionally, you should have a followup examination within a short period of time by you ob/gyn. ...Read more
Is it always normal to have a tiny bit of free pelvic fluid? 2 months postpaprtum, breastfeeding, not menstruating.
Probably normal: This depends entirely on why the ultrasound was done in the first place. In a 56 year old, an ultrasound would most commonly be related to: 1. Abnormal bleeding 2. Pelvic pain 3. Abnormal findings on an exam free fluid in the pelvis can be normal, could represent a small amount of blood from the uterus (through the tubes) or fluid from a cyst rupture. Talk with your doctor about this! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
27 years old and have a 3.4 cm paraovarian cyst with free pelvic fluid observed on MRI. Should I be worried?
Scan showed a numerous peripheral follicles with the right ovary much large.Largest measurin 1.8cm*1.8cm.Wit no Aeneas mass or pelvic fluid collection?
Difficult to: evaluate without the images or clinical details, but this type of finding is sometimes seen with ovarian torsion. Are you in acute pain? What did they tell you about the results? This condition is usually emergent and requires prompt evaluation/treatment. If you are in pain, call your doctor. ...Read more
Transvag ultra rt ovary has 2cm cyst. also says "rt ovary appears hypoechoic. no free pelvic fluid. endometrial stripe hard to see." is this bad?
Follow up: This is not concerning but will require a follow up ultrasound if the cyst was complex. Talk to your doctor about any follow up necessary. Usually it will be in 6-8wks. It is not unusual to have a thin endometrial stripe if you recently had a period. ...Read more
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