My transvaginal ultrasound showed a large chocolate cyst on each ovary and ovaries kissing behind my uterus. What are my chances of conceiving?

NOT GOOD. Your doc should have told u that you will need a laparoscopy or robotic surgery as you most likely have endometriosis and after the suregery then u will know your chances which still may not be good as your tubes may be in bad shape also , you may need in vitro to get preg.

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Should I see ob/gyn about this? Yesterday I had a transvaginal ultrasound to look at a cyst on my ovary and a fibroid in my uterus. Shortly thereafter, continuing to today, I feel a vibration inside kinda near my left ovary. Should I be concerned or is th

The . The best thing to do is call your doctor and inform him/her of your symptoms. You may just be dealing with a referred pain from the probe touching your cervix and causing pain in the area you described. Try advil (ibuprofen) or Ibuprofen and monitor for improvement. I hope you feel better soon. Read more...

Transvaginal ultrasound found multiple little cysts on my left ovary and 3 large cysts on my right ovary. Do they need to be removed to reduce my pain?

Typically not. Cysts are just bags of water. They are extremely common in young women. They typically disappear with no treatment whatsoever. When they enlarge, they can cause pain which may require pain medication. If large, the doctor may elect to follow these cysts by ultrasound, and in unusual circumstances, may need to remove a cyst surgically. Talk to your Ob/Gyn. Read more...

I had a transvaginal ultrasound and the result says, "normal ovaries but the right ovary has a small involuting cyst with internal hemorrhage."?

It sounds. like this simply represents a resolving hemorrhagic cyst or follicle, a relatively common finding. They may elect to follow up in 1-2 cycles to document resolution. Read more...

I recently diagnosed with polycystic ovary cyst bilateral thru my transvaginal ultrasound. I'm having hotflashes for a week now, is this related?

Possibly. These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you. Read more...
Not likely. Its not likely from ovarian hormones, you are still producing them and they don't fluctuate too much in pcos. U have 2x the risk of depression and anxiety closely behind. The diagnosis may have increased your anxiety. R u sleeping at night? A drug called an snri can help vasomotor sx's. You may have high Insulin and then get low blood sugar, this can cause ur sx's. Look up metformin and pcos. Read more...