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Hi Nancy, Did an OB/GYN give you these results (not the ultra sound tech or nurse)? They should have given you some sort instructions in terms of follow-up. I would be worried too if they just gave me information and didn't explain it to me. Assuming you are dealing with an OB/GYN could you call them and ask the questions you have? I know it's scary sometimes, but you deserve to have all of your questions answered. In the mean time: Mayoclinic.
Can cysts make you feel just all over crappy and achy? Here are some of my symptoms and these didn't start or get really bad until last week when I found out that my cyst had grown from 3cm to about 7cm in three weeks: nausea (there for months) loss of appetite (on and off but continually for the past month) foggy head, hot flashes, feeling of fever but not really a fever, chills (could these be my hormones because the cyst is interfering with my ovary function?
Are my gastro symptoms to do with the ovarian cysts? And do I need to bring these other symptoms up with my doctor? Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanx.
Are my gastro symptoms to do with the ovarian cysts? And do I need to bring these other symptoms up with my doctor? Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanx.
Cystadenomas cysts are usually filled with mucus and liquid again 99.9% benign for all three types of cysts. The size is not to big but if it is not getting smaller they will probably do a follow up US to see how fast it is growing or if it is shrinking. When you say you feel like something is wrong it is probably the cyst causing all sorts of symptoms. Please don't worry but please talk to your doctor about what he has planned next, watch and wait or removal.
Does anyone know what is an intramural fibroid or cervical nabothian cysts? This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/192308'>what does septated cystic mass mean?</a>.
I meant to post under crazygirl who had questions about cervical mucus. hahah sorry!!! I have cysts too. Last month I had one on my left side, but it went away. I had one on the same side 2 years ago in the cycle BEFORE my son. I believe that your ovaries alternate? This month you should ovulate of the non-cyst side? I think. sorry again about posting under you! good luck!!!
//www.4woman.gov/faq/ovarian_cysts.htm What are the symptoms of ovarian cysts? Many women have ovarian cysts without having any symptoms.
If the H Pylori test was positive, then it would make sense for appropriate antibiotic treatment to be considered. I am not aware of diarrhea and mucous of the stools being symptoms of H Pylori, so it is reasonable to consider a lower endoscopy. Colitis, inflammatory bowel disease, or malabsorption syndrome can all lead to the symptoms you describe. The sigmoidoscopy (or colonoscopy) can help in the evaluation.
After surgery pain has never subsided, all symptoms point to cyst. Basically forced dr. to do a second ultrasound 4 days ago and the tech said the cyst is now 3.8 cm and once again hemmoraging. I am in a lot of pain and have not heard back from the doctor(office is closed until Monday) Why didn't she remove the cyst when she did laporoscopy? Now it's bigger and still bleeding into my abdomin and causing a great deal of pain.
If it is filled with fluid it can be drained. Do you know if it is complex (containing fluid and solids)? Dermoid cysts can contain hair, teeth, etc, and may or may not be possible to drain depending on your specific case. Laparoscopy could be an option and has been done on large cysts with tiny or small incisions. Cystadenomas contain a mixture of fluid and mucus and should not be allowed to leak, therefore cant be drained. Laparotomy would be required.
However, complex cysts are the catagories of most ovarian cancers. BUT most complex cysts are STILL not cancer, so no need to get stressed. If it were cancer, 6 months would probably produce much more in the way of signs of a problem (lots of free fluid, other growths). Maybe get a second opinion and more answers to your questions. Especially since the sonogram reports should give a guess on what they think it is. (Can you get a copy of the report from the lab.
The type of surgery depends on the type of cyst. Mine could not be drained (mucus) so I needed a quite large midline incsion. Dermoid cysts can usually be drained and it should be possible to get it out of a smaller incision such as bikini line, maybe even laparoscopy with a small incision to get the cyst out of - although it is most likely wishful thinking with a cyst that size. Bikini line shouldnt be impossible judging by the measurements you have, even if it has to come out in one piece.
She is truly lucky to have a great husband like you. It is true - 99% of ovarian cysts, masses, or tumors are BENIGN! And if she does need to have the ovary removed, believe me the other one will work just fine. There are many women here who have had 3 or 4 children with only a partial ovary left. You and your wife are in my thoughts and prayers!
I get very frequent hemorrhagic ovarian cyst. They almost always dissolve or rupture when i get my period. Recently i could tell i was developing another one (due to my usual symptoms). However when my period was due june 27th, it didnt come. i was almost two weeks late when i had unprotected sex (july 9th). A few days later (july 12th) late in the evening i started to get bleeding (dark brown).
your symptoms are the classic symptoms of ovarian cancer. don't want to scare you, but want you to make sure that if it is, you're on the way to health sooner than later! if you're going to wait, wait only 1 month to measure the tumor for any changes.
Your symptoms sound like mine did when I was diagnosed with crohn's disease. I was even misdiagnosed twice because I had ovarian cysts at the same time...until the cysts ruptured and the pain was still there.
he said that although ejection was low - I had no classic symptoms - no pain where I would have pain, nothing triggered by eating a fatty meal, etc. Surgeon sent me for a CT scan to rule out any ovarian cysts, etc. as I have been on the pill for 10+ years and rarely it can happen. CT ok. My surgeon and my doctor both agreed I needed a GI doctor. Saw GI doctor in December - he said he could not tell anything without a colonoscopy - done in December - everything came back fine.
Thank you so much for your concern and advice MickeyViki! My own Doc does want me to do the surgery -he says no semi-solid mass in there is a good thing,especially wikind of th the pain its causing me - but the "specialists" think that I sould wait three more months to see if it grows ,and if it grows -then we do something about it.
The CT Scan results were given to me by the gastroenterologist a week later at my appointment. The results showed a 3-4cm complex ovarian cyst on the left side. He ordered an abdominal and transvaginal ultrasound. He also suggested that I have a colonoscopy done (I'm having it done on the 4th) to rule out colon disease. The ultrasound confirmed the original diagnosis stating that I did indeed have a complex ovarian cyst on my left ovary containing debris.
Are my gastro symptoms to do with the ovarian cysts? And do I need to bring these other symptoms up with my doctor? Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanx.
later i have had what l assumed was painful ovulation (bloating, pains, cramps, fatigue ,etc) following that there was a slight brown-ness in my cervical mucus(TMI sorrry) ...is there a chance that I could be pregnant ??? (I currently have occasional sharp pains in both ovaries, I'm bloated and should be due for my period on the 8th P.S also note that I believe I ovulated on Sunday the 27(the day after the lap incident) ...
I went through 6 OB/GYNs this year alone - I had huge, recurrent, hemorrhagic ovarian cysts and all of the OB/GYNs wanted to either do a complete hysterectomy or put me on some very frightening medication. I finally found one who would just remove the ovary and it took me 7 months to find him but thank god it did! Yeah, the "layman" and some doctors may brand you as crazy but who really cares. Move on until you find one who really wants to help!
There's actually not a great deal of difference in early pregnancy except that the symptoms of pms usually go away when AF arrives or just before/after. Whereas pregnancy symptoms not only continue but increase in intensity. Hope this helps and good luck with finding out!
You could also have some small ovarian cysts. You can ususally feel some discomfort around ovulation time. It's like a *pinching* feeling in your lower side, (abdomen.
period symptoms and pregnancy symptoms are pretty much the same. it is not unusual to be a few days late. i just got my period this morning and i was expecting it 3 days ago. i am usually regular/on time. i had all the mentioned above symptoms and i questioned in my mind..am i pregnant? then i said, wait a minute, my husband and i didnt have sex for a whole month so it cant be that! you probably have period symptoms if HPT is negative.
Findings: no free air, 2.5 cm heterogeneous ovoid structure in left lower quadrant, most likely an ovarian cyst. Impression: Cystic appearing structure in lower left quadrant. There is increased density within this structure, may represent a hemorrhagic cyst. (ER 11/28/2012) ABDOMEN DECUBITUS/ERECT: Findings: Nonspecific calcifications in the pelvis. MY MAIN CONCERN IS OVARIAN CANCER due to my above symptoms over the past 2 years.
Seems like I have heard of more people getting pg with the copper one over Mirena, but in both cases it is still rare to get pg while it is in place. If you are having symptoms there should be enough hcg to be picked up on a pg test in theory. Give it a few more days and test again, if the result is still negative and your period is still MIA, get into the doctor.
am pregnant I didn't have a period for a year found out that I needed surgery to fix my ovarian cysts and to put one ovary back in place this was in June now I am expecting. Couldn't be happier with the results if anyone is haven problems with no period I would get checked out. My problem was fixed in a small surgery.
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