... Since this cyst has shown up on three ultrasounds, it may need to be surgically removed. The fact that it is complex is somewhat concerning. I say "somewhat" because MOST ovarian cysts are benign. ... (7 replies)
... cm complex mass in left ovary. ... (7 replies)
... Fluid in the abdomen can be ascites which is a symptom of ovarian cancer. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you so so much!
I'm alone with this, as I don't have family in here , nobody :(
GP ordered my first US, and than he referred me to gynaecologist.
I'm working in a hospital, so I saw a doctor there, who said, no problem, take painkiller and go to PHYSIOTHERAPY ????
He ordered the third scan, which the sonographer reported ( and gave me the report as a favour)and... (7 replies)
... I would go to your OB GYN if you have an ovarian cyst it isn't breaking on it's own so you need help in getting rid of it. Good luck and keep us posted! ... (7 replies)
... The ultrasound report suggests that there is endometrial hyperplasia which can be secondary to the ovarian mass which has been noted on the right ovary. This may be responsible for excessive bleeding during menses and pain in abdomen. Clinical correlation is necessary. ... (5 replies)
... tified. Entire region of right ovary very enlarged measuring 7 X 3.2 cm. left ovary measures 2 X 2.5 X 3.9 cm. abnormal thickening of endometrium measuring 15mm. Ovarian neoplastic process is not excluded given the appearance of the right ovary and adnexal region. ... (5 replies)
... thank you for this posting as it is very encouraging to me. I recently found out I have a 2.7 cm complex lesion in my right ovary. I know that seems small but the fact that it shouldn't be there has me an emotional wreck right now. ... (2 replies)
... I will be having ovarian surgery soon and am more worried about the recovery part of it. ... (2 replies)
... i just wanted to write this to give anyone who may be going through this some comfort. for the last 3 months i have been freaking out, thinking that i had ovarian cancer. i will give the shortened version of the story. in may, i was laying on my bed and felt a large mass in my lower belly. i thought it was my uterus. ... (2 replies)
... S. The complex cyst that they were following seems to have resolved, but they found a new small mass that they can't identify. ... (18 replies)
... he said it did look a little like it had dermoid characteristics. My ultra sound described my cyst as complex cystic mass of the left adnexa containing multiple posteriorly enhancing nodules some anechoic and some possess low level echoes The larges complex cyst measures 3.2 x 3. ... (8 replies)
... can't see what else it could be. I do not have endrometrosis. I do not get the results for a week. I have read that 97percent of women with a raised ca125 and an ovarian mass have ovarian cancer. Is it possible it could be anything else? ... (26 replies)
... adnteberted uterus with normal limits. There is a uterie fibroid measuring 25mm x2amm appreciated in the fudus. Attached to the right ovary there appears to be a complex cystic mass 60x38x96mm with some echogenic components. There are some folliculary cysts noted as well.Some little vascular flow was noted within the right ovary. ... (26 replies)
... Two weeks ago my Dr. found 2 complex ovarian cysts, one on each ovary. Yesterday I had another ultra sound that uncovered a third mass that I was told also looked complex between both ovaries. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for the replies. I had a LAVH. My ovaries were perfectly clean. The dr. even gave me the photos from the surgery. I saw them for myself. Now the rt ovary has a 5.5 cm mass. It has been three weeks and no decrease in the pain. I have even started feeling the same pain in the lt groin. I go at 11:45 for a transvaginal US and at 12:00 for the dr appt. and preop. I... (4 replies)
... A friend of mine thought that she had ovarian cancer a few years ago. Sometimes, even with testing, the doctors can't be sure until they go in to check it out. ... (4 replies)
... I'm not one to probably seek, my mom passed away from ovarian cancer, I'm not trying to scare you, but I was with her almost 24 hours a day, she really had no smyptoms until it was to late. ... (4 replies)
... S report states that I have a 5.5 x 2.3 cm complex mass with low level echoes and septations and calcifications with no normal ovarian tissue seen on the right. ... (4 replies)
... The free fluid in pelvis does indicate a part of the cyst ruptured. This tends to be very painful for a few days, then the pain eases up. But what remains of the cyst can still be painful and needs attention, either trying to shrink it with medication (must be followed by ultrasound) or removal. Your OB/GYN is the one most equipped to deal with either plan, and you may have to... (7 replies)