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Ultrasound of pelvis and virginity - would the vaginal thing fit inside me or be too big if I'm a virgin?

Vaginal ultrasound. Many factors exist in order to determine any risks of pain. Depending on the necessity of the vaginal vs. Abdominal ultrasound, the sonographer can attempt the vaginal probe and if uncomfortable, they can have you fill your bladder and attempt to visualize organs abdominally. Ask your physician which way they feel they should proceed depending on any previous physical exams. Best wishes! Read more...

Ultrasound of pelvis showed 6 CM cyst. Do I need surgery?

Depends. Your ob/gyn will be the one to decide. It is very hard to tell if you need surgery or not based only on the size of your cyst. Read more...
Maybe. Decisions for surgery are based on discussions between the patient and clinicians, which in this case should be you, your ob/gyn, and possibly the radiologist. Read more...
Yes if persists. Depends on the location & type of cyst. A simple cyst (thin-walled, only fluid) can be followed if on the ovary, if it resolves spon, you're done. If it's complex (thick-walled, septated, nodules present, vascular, etc) it needs surgical excision to r/o neoplasm. >6 cm can also torse & cause severe pain so we usually recommend laparoscopy to evaluate & excise the cyst, surgical staging if ca risks. Read more...
Here are some... The info is not enough to decide its care. How to get the related things for good care done correctly? Follow instructions suggested in the articles on http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Thereby you gain insight on how to work well with your doctor so to reach right diagnosis for right care. Largely, an asymptomatic simple cyst can be just watched with a regular follow-up as agreed with dr. Read more...

Does the ultrasound of pelvis reveal anything about your fertility factors?

Yes. A transvaginal ultrasound will help a fertility specialist look for abnormalities of the uterus, such as fibroids, and abnormalities of the ovaries, such as cysts. The antral follicle count (afc) shows the potential number of eggs that your ovaries can make per month and is very good at predicting your fertility potential with therapy. Read more...
Not really. Fertility is related to both male and female factors, and ultrasound is only useful for determining large possible causes for infertility, such as congenital uterine abnormalities or possibly very large fibroids. Read more...

Am 27 yr old. I did ultrasound of pelvis. Ovary reveals haemorrhagic cyst 2.4 cm? What's next?

Not sure anything. Hemorrhagic cyst is likely a corpus luteum. Often hemorrhagic and of no real consequence. Essentially every month the follicle grows and ruptures, bleeds some (sometimes more than others) and becomes a corpus luteum. The cl produces mostly Progesterone to ready the endometrium for implantation. Read more...