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... I do not think that your symptoms should be ignored. First of all, what kind of ovarian masses did they find ? ... (4 replies)
... teum cyst on the vaginal ultrasound. I had it removed via cystectomy. My doctor was convinced that the cyst was a corpus luteum cyst still. However the pathology report said it was a MUCOUS CYSTADENOMA. ... (0 replies)
... I asked her if the information on the ultrasound report would help me make a decision, specifically the "... ... (20 replies)

... ng to think this isn't related to surgery. My stomach was looking 6 mos pregnant and my clothes arent fitting. I had gained 15 lbs! I went online and looked at ovarian cancer and realized I had every symptom. I called my gynecologist and told the nurse my concern. ... (3 replies)
... of ultrasound waves". ... (9 replies)
... I've had a ton of ultrasound reports over the past two and a half years for complex cysts and none of them have ever said "suspicious". ... (5 replies)
... What you found is indeed food for thought. Has your general practioner actually seen your last ultrasound report ? ... (9 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)
... I do not think that this can be considered aggressive growth. Usually the most common form of ovarian cancer progresses from Stage 1 to the later stages within a few months. ... (26 replies)
... I had the same thing happen with my ovarian cyst when I was watching it for that year and a half. ... (22 replies)
... but ovarian cancer can also appear this way so surgery by a gynecological oncologist would be necessary to remove and biopsy these to be sure. ... (2 replies)
... d in women with endometriosis. You may actually be scoring high on this test simply because of the endometriosis. This is why you should not go too crazy about ovarian cancer. You did not mention how old you are in your post. ... (3 replies)
... can cause those symptoms and so can ovarian cysts that are unrelated to endometriosis. ... (2 replies)
... First of all, are you SURE that the white area that you saw on the ultrasound was the actual cyst and not something else ? ... (3 replies)
... should be visible on a transvaginal ultrasound or CT scan. ... (3 replies)
... he'd told me it was elevated, but I wasn't expecting a number that high. He did say it wasn't unexpected with a cyst and if it was cancer it would have been over a thousand. ... (13 replies)
... Most definitely your gyne will recommend removal of the growth. If you are able to get a copy of the ultrasound report, this would be very helpful as the radiologist will have described the mass in more detail. ... (7 replies)
... y by the fact that it has septations. Very often it could be two simple functional cysts that grew together or two simple serous cysts that grew together. Your ultrasound report would mention what the radiologist thinks it is and what he or she thinks should be done. Try to get a copy of this. ... (3 replies)
... he morphology of the cyst when it is a certain size can offer reassurance. He is not a radiologist. It does not mean that one can definitely say that it is not cancer just by the ultrasound but cancer does tend to appear a certain way. ... (26 replies)
... Because you are a menopausal woman, the medical profession has laid down the law that you should not have ovarian cysts. ... (26 replies)

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