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Found septated ovarian cysts, 1.5cm and 4.5cm. Recurrence. Been taking pills since last surgery for removing endometrioma. Anything serious to worry?

No. Given your age, this is probably of low concern. Assuming you are not experiencing pain, i would follow these with ultrasound. If stable and not changing, you could consider doing nothing. Read more...

Could surgery remove the ovarian cysts?

Yes if needed. Surgery can remove ovarian cysts, but they can also return even after surgery. Laparoscopic surgery can be used in some cases, and i believe that there may be medications that your gynecologist may try (hormones). Many types of ovarian cysts can also resolve on their own, unless they are very large. Read more...
Yes. Surgery can remove ovarian cysts. This can be cystectomy where the cysts are removed but the ovarian is left otherwise intact. It can also be oophorectomy where the entire ovary is removed. Many ovarian cysts, however, can resolve on their own. Read more...

When is surgery necessary for ovarian cysts?

Suspicion of cancer. When there is pain, rapid increase in size or infection with fevers etc and there is a family history of ovarian cancer. Read more...
See below. Many ovarian cysts resolve on their own but surgery may be an option for some ovarian cysts. This depends on your symptoms, appearances of the cysts on ultrasound, and whether the cysts have been growing or persistent over a few menstrual cycles. Read more...

Hi, I had a 6cm overian cyst drained 3weeks ago, I have the same symptoms now before I had surgery. Is it possible that it filled up again?

Yes. Yes, it is quite possible that it has "filled up" again. Generally if a cyst is causing symptoms such that treatment is indicated, ovarian cystectomy (removal of the cyst) is preferred to cyst aspiration due to the high rate of recurrence after aspiration. Read more...

Ovarian cysts remvl surgery needed suddenly in apl'13 after mnths of complaints to gyn. Now more problems, but gyn is dismissive again. 2nd opinion plz?

Second opinions. Are always a good idea. You are the leader of your health care team. You should consult another doctor if you feel your concerns are not being addressed. Good luck. Read more...