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Water Cyst In Ovary
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
Depends: If the entire ovary has become cystic making it impossible to find a normal ovary or when there is no way to "peal" away the ovary from the cysts.
No. Depends.: Depends on ovary cyst size, character (slmple vs. Complex), and how much this bugs you. Sometimes just the cyst can be removed. Sometimes taking medicine like birth control pills can tell your ovaries to stop making cysts. So it depends on many factors for you and what else may be going on.See 1 more doctor answer
I have a left ovarian cyst 3.5 x 4.8 and only a partial ovary with pain, does it need to be removed?
Is a 6cm by 7cm ovarian cyst big? Can it cause pain? I also have a 3cm by 4cm cyst on the same ovary.
Risk of torsion: Cysts and ovaries > 5 cm are at risk of twisting on their own stalk, resulting in a state called ovarian torstion. This can cause significant pain and result in loss of your ovary if not resolved in a timely manner. While your doctor is still just observing the cyst, you should consider decreasing any high impact or jumping activities.
Can a cyst in ovary turn into cancer? My aunt got an ovary cyst cured with medicines. Is she safe completely?
What is recovery from having an ovarian cyst and ovary removed like? Will I be able to travel a week later?
Only your doctor: Can answer that depends how the surgery is done and what happens at the time of surgery please ask your doc, your doc will probably say no to travel 1 week later.
Rupt ov. Cyst: It could be the result of the ruptured cyst or some other cause e.g. Vaginal infection. See your doctor for diagnosis.
Watch it: If there is no pain watch. If there is pain only have the side that is painful removed, only the cyst not the whole ovary.. be aware of any surgery that might end up with the removal of both ovaries, and leaving you sterile, unless there is a fear of cancer, which rare in cyst. Follow and monitor the size of the cysts with frequent ultrasound. Good luckSee 1 more doctor answer
Ovarian pain: Hello~I think what you mean is can an ovarian cyst give you pain in the anatomical area of the ovary. A: YES. The normal cycle can give you luteal cysts that come and go (they burst and go away at ovulation) but some persist and can get large. If you have L/R adnexal pain please see your OBGYN thanks
Well, she likely: Had a scan for pain and found the cyst incidentally. Likewise, it's not impossible to get the ovaries confused on the scan. It's most likely that the cyst is not causing the pain. It could be bladder, constipation, irritable bowel; there are a lot of options there but she needs follow up. Gd luc.
Not necessarily: A surgical cyst removal will depend on a lot of medical conditions. You can discuss this with your physician to make the best decision.
I have a ovarian cyst/enlarged ovary that's 8.1*4.2*4.2 CM and in really bad pain what should I do go to e.R.?
Bad pain = ER: If you cannot control your pain at home with the medications provided, then should go to the er. Also, if the pain has suddenly changed character / worsened / moved, then go to er. If "same old" pain, call your gyn, but if un-reachable, go to er.See 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible or rare to have ovarian cyst on both ovaries? I have pain on both and am wondering if that could be the cause.
Possible: It is possible to have cysts in both ovaries. You would need to have your physician check a transvaginal ultrasound to look at the ovaries and determine if you have cysts.
Ilaperotomy to remove an ovarian cyst left ovary in 4/2013. been having growing pain in left ovary. Related or something more?
Too hard to tell: Abdomino-pelvic pain is difficult to diagnose without the benefit of an extensive history and a good exam and review of prior findings. I am afraid no one can give you this answer on-line. Should probably see your doc.