Is it possible for a right ovary to get infected with the cyst if your left ovary has 15cm cyst?

Unrelated . A person who has a 15 cm left ovarian cyst could acquire an infection such as gonorrhea, chlamydia and pid which infected the right ovary and tube. This would be an independent process from the left ovarian cyst.

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I have a partial right ovary remaining and a left ovary w ith three large chocolate cysts. Will an IVF trial get any eggs at all?

Depends. Depends on remaining ovarian reserve as well as size of chocolate cysts. Read more...
? Difficult to say since you ovarian reserve may be compromised. Ask your fertility physician for an amh test which will tell you the chances of responding to the fertility medications. Read more...

I have an 4cm dermoid cyst on my Right ovary. My left ovary was removed 5 years ago due to a dermoid cyst. I am 23 I have 3 kids doc won't remove it should I get a second opinion?

Depends. If you have no pain or symptoms from the dermoid, surgery may not be necessary. Removing the dermoid however may not result in the loss of your ovary. Talk to your doctor. Read more...
Ask another OB-GYN. The ovary could be partially removed to preserve hormone function, if that OB thinks it is safe. The reason for not removing the ovary totally, has to do with losing all hormone production with its removal. I suggest you talk to a maternal-fetal OB specialist or a Gyne-Endocrinologist for more info, but removing that ovary would make you dependent on taking oral female hormones until menopause. Read more...

Had a 9cm cyst on my left ovary removed with my ovary and phalopian tube. Now I have a cyst on my right ovary. The doctor told me to get prenant. Why?

Ovarian Preservation. Your doctor is worried that the remaining ovary will meet the same fate as the left one. You can also go on oral contraceptives if you have no contraindications to them. If you smoke, you had better stop. Smoking is toxic to the ovary. Read more...

I got cyst in right ovary and its removed can I got this cyst again in left ovary?

Yes. Unfortunately women who develop cysts are prone to develop more. Talk to your ob/gyn about ways to lessen the chances of developing more cysts. Read more...

Pain in left ovary. Had right ovary removed. Could this be a cyst or could be ovulation pain?

Possibly. It's possible it could be a cyst. If the pain is that severe i would probably go down to the emergency room for full exam. They may be able to either do an ultrasound or cat scan to figure out what's going on. Read more...
Could be either. Hard to say without doing a pelvic exam and taking a more detailed history, including why you had your right ovary removed. I would suggest seeing your doctor for evaluation if the pain continues. Pelvic ultrasound may be a good idea to see if there is an obvious answer to your pain. Also need to consider whether you are around the time of ovulation (around day 14 of your cycle). Good luck! Read more...

Folicles 9 mm and less in the right ovary and 8 mm and less in the left ovary. Summary: nabothian cysts 3mm and less. Why is this cyst so painful?

Not due to that. It is unlikely that nabothian cysts have anything to do with your pain. They are cysts on the cervix and are completely symptom free. It sounds like you have many small cysts in both ovaries. That can be normal or you may have a cyst rupture that can cause pain. Read more...

Large Cyst on RIGHT ovary, but all pain is from LEFT ovary.  Cyst is 7cmx6cmx5cm. Unsure as to why the pain is on wrong side?

Ovary cyst pain. Suspect you have cysts on both sides but too small to see. Need more details on when pain comes on in relationship to menses. Could be Mittleschmerz. Look it up and see if it fits. I recommend using uptodate. Read more...
Surgery may answer. Surgical exploration either by laparotomy or laparoscopy is needed to remove and diagnose your ovarian cyst and perhaps offer you an answer to your question. Keep in mind that your right ovarian cyst may have been and remain "asymptomatic"; the pain on your left may be unrelated to the cyst (unless endometriosis or a malignancy is found), may be due to other causes or may not be explained at all. Read more...

I have had a hysterectomy, two years later I had left ovary removed due to cyst, at removal right ovary was but now right ovary has cyst?

Not a problem. Of course you don't want both ovaries removed at age 38 as that could harm your heart and bones. Cysts at age 38 are most commonly benign and doctor can perform a "cystectomy" rather than an "oophrectomy". Remove just the cyst if it causes pain or is of concern for the doctor, and leave the rest of the ovary. Unless strong family history ovarian cancer, then ovary should be spared at all cost. Read more...