Follicular ovarian cyst in right ovary for a year. Is it normal? Had MRI, CT and ultrasound but nothing suspicious.

Individual case. In general ovarian cysts are normal findings from time to time. Each case will need to be evaluated by your doctor. The symptoms, size and appearance on sonogram will help determine the plan of care.

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I was just diagnosed with a normal 1.7cm ovarian cyst on my right ovary via ultra sound. Is it safe if it ruptures?

Sort of... It can be very painful as the abdomen does not like any other fluid in it! not blood (why a tiny amount of endometriosis is so painful), and not cyst fluid. Might be smart to talk to doc about emergency pain meds in case you have to come to the er. It also depends on the cyst-it could have just been a ruptured follicle. If you ever get severe low abdominal pain, go to er-let them know it's there. Read more...

Last weeks ultrasounds showed left ovarian cyst and fluid in uterus. No right ovary was visualized and I don't think it was the 2 times prior in 2013. Should I be concerned?

Ultrasounds. Ovaries can be difficult to identify if there is a good amount of inflammation in the area, gas, fluid, etc. They tend to blend in to their surroundings, unless you have a really good ultrasound machine. Next time you go in, ask the tech to identify the ovary for you, and you'll see what I mean; in some cases it is very subtle. I would discuss with your doctor. Good luck! Read more...

I did ultrasound and found out a small septated ovarian cyst at my right ovary is it dangerous?

Not uncommon. Small septated cyst are common , speak to your gyn doctor and follow the advice for the next step. Cystadeno- carcinoma and cyst- adenoma are multiloculated , so you need close observation. Read more...
Probably not. Your doctor will probably have you get a followup ultrasound. These are very common, and very rarely a cause for concern. However, if it gets bigger or bothers you, your ob/gyn will discuss options. Read more...
Septated cyst. Ovarian cysts with septations need followup. If the "cyst" is too large or the "septation" is too thick then the concern becomes malignancy. Read more...

Should I have my 7 CM hemorrhagic ovarian cyst removed (on my right ovary)? Been in pain 2-3 months, went to ER one month ago and was diagnosed from trans-vag ultrasound (at the time it was 5.6 cm). The last month has been almost unbearable, new gyno put

Ovarian cyst. your ovarian cyst has grown to a size where your interests are best served by having it removed. Read more...
Yes. Yes, it will be better for you to remove it especially if it's on your right side because it could get confuzed with the appendix and you could be misdiagnosed later on with appendicitis. Since it's hemorrhagic Cyst, if it ruptured you might have serious bleeding. . Read more...

51 no periods for 8 months. Fibroids and ovarian cysts. Ruptured Right ovary 20 yrs ago. Right ovary is not visable on US + MRI. Pain on right side.

Seek Evaluation. R side abdominal pain in female could be ovary relation, but also appendicitis, or kidney stones. Appendicitis needs immediate attention. . Read more...
Poss adhesions. If the ovary ruptured and was removed, you may have adhesions on that side that could cause pain. US or MRI would not show this. You may need a laparoscopy to determine the cause of the pain. Read more...