I have an 52*57mm ovarian cyst in right ovary. Do I need laparoscopy? 4months ago I have an laparoscopy surgery in left overy

Not necessarily. In young patients such as yourself, ovarian cysts typically resolve spontaneously. A follow up ultrasound done in the post menstrual phase in 2-3 months should indicate if the cyst is persistent or not, or if has changed characteristics. You have already had laparoscopic surgery recently, you do not want to undergo another similar surgery unless absolutely necessary.

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Unclear. I would schedule a visit to get a better understanding of the mass located on your left kidney. This is an important issue to address before you look into a fertility evaluation. Irregular periods can indicate a lack of ovulation. Your obgyn can evaluate you for that after you finish the evaluation of the renal mass. Read more...

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Well, she likely. Had a scan for pain and found the cyst incidentally. Likewise, it's not impossible to get the ovaries confused on the scan. It's most likely that the cyst is not causing the pain. It could be bladder, constipation, irritable bowel; there are a lot of options there but she needs follow up. Gd luc. Read more...

After 1 month of removal of left ovarian cyst, I have 52*57mm cyst in right ovary, is it possible? Can I become pregnant? I have no baby and I'm 24yrs old

Yes. All fertile women develop ovarian cysts. Follicles appear as cysts on ultrasound and are called "functional," cysts. They are only abnormal if they cause pain, rupture and bleed, or grow very large. 57mm is large, but this size alone does not make it abnormal. Your gynecologist looks for other markers of normalcy aside from just size, and the ordering doc will be able to tell you more. Read more...

Sharp pain in my left or right ovary about once a week, period has completely stopped for 2 months now, can an ovarian cyst (s) cause a + preg. Test?

It's a baby. A positive pregnancy test is a baby until proven otherwise. If unsure, one can repeat a home urine pregnancy test 7-10 days later... they are very accurate. If the second test is positive, there's a baby embryo or fetus in there. That means it's time to call one's doctor to schedule a prenatal visit. The usual ovarian cysts don't cause false positive pregnancy tests. Read more...

I was diagnosed with a 2cm ovarian cyst on my left ovary, will this affect my cycle? Also why am I feel minor pain on my right ovary?

Possible. Cysts are normal. You have to realize that it's one of the these cysts that will rupture each month to release an egg, a process called ovulation. Without cysts, you will not be able to ovulate. There are however, many different types of cysts. Simple cysts are reassuring as long as they are under 6 cm. Complex cysts or solid nodules will require a doctor's assessment. Read more...