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What is the corpus luteum cyst?

What is the corpus luteum cyst?

Usually asymptomatic: After a folicle releases an egg it begins to secrete estrogen & Progesterone & is called a corpus luteum. However, it can sometimes become a cyst filled with fluid or blood on/in the ovary. This is a corpus luteum cyst. ...Read more

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Corpus Luteum (Definition)

The corpus luteum (latin for "yellow body") is a temporary endocrine structure in female mammals that is involved in the production of relatively high levels of Progesterone and moderate levels of Estradiol and inhibin a. It is colored as a result of concentrating carotenoids from the diet and secretes a moderate amount of estrogen to inhibit further release of gnrh and thus ...Read more


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What is a corpus luteum cyst?

What is a corpus luteum cyst?

Ovary: Corpus luteum cyst is the development of a normal follicle within the ovary during a female's cycle. ...Read more

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Hi just wonderingif u could tell me what a haemorrhagic corpus luteum cyst and a hydrosalpinx is?

One normal,one not: Corpus luteum is a 100% normal finding after ovulation - hemorrhagic means there's some bleeding or clot involved, usually not a problem. Hydrosalpinx means fluid collection in tube: this is always abnormal, but can range from trivial to very significant. ...Read more

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What's a corpus luteum cyst dor?

What's a corpus luteum cyst dor?

Fluid, etc./clarify.: A corpus luteum is formed after ovulation, when the egg is released to be fertilized. It secretes estroigen and progesterone. If conception does not occur, it involutes and goes away. But it can gret filled with fluid or blood and become a cyst, which can grow and cause pain and have complications, like rupture and torsion (twisting) which can cause the ovarian blood flow to be cut off. ...Read more

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If the corpus luteum cyst was broken how long till the pains is gone?

If the corpus luteum cyst was broken how long till the pains is gone?

Three months, more.: A corpus luteum is formed after ovulation, when the egg is released to be fertilized. It secretes estroigen and progesterone. If conception does not occur, it involutes and goes away. But it can gret filled with fluid or blood and become a cyst, which can take 3 mos to go away. It can grow and cause pain and have complications, like rupture, which causes sharp pain and need emergent treatment. ...Read more

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Corpus luteum cyst?

Corpus luteum cyst?

Cyst of pregnancy: A corpus luteum cyst is commonly found during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. It's formed when the egg releases and a pregnancy is conceived. The purpose of the corpus luteum cyst is to produce Progesterone hormone to sustain the pregnancy until the placenta is big enough to take over hormonal production. ...Read more

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I was told at scan i have a corpus luteum cyst and Its the area where i ovulated that has not resolved yet what do they mean by not resolved yet?

I was told at scan i have a corpus luteum cyst and Its the area where i ovulated that has not resolved yet what do they mean by not resolved yet?

Corpus luteal cyst: The corpus luteal cyst is an ovarian cyst that comes when you ovulate, and the egg pops through. The cyst can persist for a bit after the egg is released. No worries . :) ...Read more

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Corpus luteum cyst related to conceiving?

Corpus luteum cyst related to conceiving?

Not conceiving.: A corpus luteum is formed after ovulation, when the egg is released to be fertilized. It secretes estroigen and progesterone. If conception does not occur, it involutes and goes away. But it can gret filled with fluid or blood and become a cyst, which can grow and cause pain and have complications, like rupture and torsion (twisting) which can cause the ovarian blood flow to be cut off. ...Read more

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