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... up a report. MRI's are read by the same specialist so although they are different scans, the same kind of doctor has to read it and write up the report. One is not necessarily easier to read than the other, they are different and can see different components of the same thing. ... (16 replies)
... A second opinion is not a bad idea but in this case, you should definitely go outside of that group. ... (22 replies)
Very scared
Jul 5, 2008
... fallopian tube and then the shell, along with the remaining cysts, are reabsorbed back into the ovaries until the beginning of the next cycle. If women have an ultrasound at any point in time, therefore, it is very likely to uncover a cyst as this is completely normal. ... (6 replies)

... I would suggest that you first get a copy of the ultrasound report and read it for yourself. What kind of complex cyst do you have ? ... (7 replies)
... You will need to find out what kind of cyst you have. If it is a fluid filled cyst, with thin walls that is located only on one ovary and it is 5 cms or less then this is most likely a normal functional cyst. We women get these cysts every month as a part of our cycle. ... (5 replies)
Still worried!
Mar 8, 2006
... n twinges and pelvic ache from time to time. I also have a small enlarged lymph node in my right groin. I had an internal exam and the doctor found that the left ovary was slightly enlarged and there was some tenderness around that area. The ultrasound showed the same... ... (0 replies)
... In my case, I have an abnormal cyst of about 9 cms that has been there since September of 2007. I am having it removed with surgery on Tuesday. I am not happy to have to do this but I am told that the recovery for this type of procedure is a few days. ... (26 replies)
... Try not to worry though, as difficult as this may seem. The thickened uterus is most likely just that, a thickened uterus. ... (14 replies)
... He gave me an endometrial biopsy just to be sure that there was nothing more sinister going on and the test came out semi inconclusive because there was so much blood and not enough endometrial tissue. The tissue that was there was normal. ... (4 replies)
Post Menopause
May 2, 2009
... Hi I had the same thing happen to me. I was 52 and had not had a period for 18 months. I then had some spotting for one day. ... (9 replies)




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