Ultrasound found 9mm calcification on right ovary. Left ovary was polycystic. I have painful periods, bloating, ovary pain. Ovarian cancer? Treatment?

Depends on. size of mass and cysts and other findings. Painful menses and bloating are probably not related to these findings. Get an opinion from a gyn regarding need for further evaluation of these findings.

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Day 10 of cycle right ovary is 2.2 l x 1.38h x 2.24w left ovary 3.87l x 2.01h x 4 w with 7 mm dermoid appearing cyst and a1.8 x 1.5 x 1.99 simple cyst is my left ovary considered enlarged and should I worry this is ovarian cancer?

Pcos. She should get tested for poly cystic ovarian syndrome, which can cause weight gain and facial hair. Read more...
Just watch it 4 now. The large majority of women in their 40s have a couple of simple cysts, and little dermoids are familiar and commonplace. If the radiologist is confident and your gynecologist agrees it's probably a dermoid, then just watch it -- risk of waiting is less than risk of surgery. Glad you are taking a proactive approach to your health, and thanks for a thoughtful question. Read more...

Day 10 of cycle right ovary 2.2x 1.38 x 2.24 left ovary 3.87l x 2.01h x 4w with a teeny dermoid and 2 CM simple cyst is left ovary considered enlarged and should I worry about ovarian cancer?

Depends. Age is a factor in a situation such as this. A dermoid is a benign (usually) tumor of the ovary. A simple cyst of 2cm in a reproductive age woman may represent a normal ovarian follicle (egg). This would enlarge the ovary somewhat but follow up ultrasound after next menses should help delineate. Dermoid cysts usually do not go away, follicular cysts do in most cases. Read more...
Depends on age. Most dermoids are benign tumors, but rarely they can be part of malignant tumor. If these cysts change in size based on menstrual cycle, they are not as worrisome. However, you should monitor them closely (as it seems you are). If you are between 15-40, functional cysts are more common. Read more...

Twice, I've had the same kind of pain on my left ovary during my period. The first time, the pain made me feel bloated. Could this be ovarian cancer?

Hard to tell/no exam. It is hard enough to diagnose ovarian cancer with an examination and ancillary index of suspicion. It is impossible in this forum to give you an accurate answer without a physical examination by a GYN MD. See one soon. Read more...

I'm 17 haven't gotten my period in 3 months, have immense pain in my left ovary, and I also have a uti. Id like to know if I might have ovarian cancer..

Ovarian cancer. Your pain can be due to your uti or you could have an ovarian cyst, but at your age I would not expect you to have ovarian cancer. Read more...
Cancer less likely. Ovarian cancer is unlikely in your age group, but your symptoms certainly should be evaluated by a gynecologist. The uti must have been diagnosed by a urine culture ordered by a physician, and should respond to antibiotics. Read more...
Unlikely. The more probable diagnosis would be either an ovarian cyst or an ectopic pregnancy. I suggest you go to your physician as soon as possible and get a pelvic ultrasound. This is specifically very important if you have a ectopic pregnancy because somewhere about 12 weeks is when they tend to rupture and then you bleed inside. Not good. You could die. Go see your doctor promptly. Or even go to the emergency room tonight if you're having pain. Read more...

Could a cyst on right ovary lead to a higher incidence of ovarian cancer or polycystic disease?

Cysts vs. CA. Ovarian cysts are quite common if ovulating and rarely produce cancer. However, persistent cysts need evaluation via exam or ultrasound to be certain. Polycystic ovaries are also non-cancerous with obesity, anovulation and hair growth as symptoms. Read more...

I have got a pain that seems to be coming from my left ovary. Am I so worried. Could it be ovarian cancer?

Unlikely. It is highly unlikely that you can localize the pain to an ovary. Early ovarian cancer is usually not associated with pain. It you have concerns consult your doctor to see if an ultrasound examination is warranted. Visit this site for info: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/ovarian-cancer/basics/symptoms/CON-20028096 For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Read more...