Ovarian cysts ultrasound pelvic

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Since the pain has been recurring, we went to see a Radiologist to get an Ultrasound done and I just got my 'Pelvic Ultrasound' examination result today. Here is what it says : FINDINGS: The uterus measures up to 7.6CM and is within normal limits. The endometrial thickness is ~4mm and is within normal range. The right ovary measures up to 3.4CM and has a normal ultrasound appearance. The left ovary is mostly displaced by a large 7.5CM ovarian cyst.
It means that you have a cyst on the right side of your uterus and the ovarian <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s are normal...follicular <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s are the most common ovarian cyst and can easily be gone or smaller on your next ultrasound.
When is your repeat ultrasound? Keep in mind that when you have ovarian <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s, they can mess your periods up and cause cramping. You starting birth control back up could also mess with your period.
I revceived my results from my pelvic ultrasound...this is what it says.... Uterus 7.8x4.4x6.4cm. IUD causing linited eval. of the endometrial complex which appears to measure 14mm which would be borderline dialated but exaggerated by IUD. Uterus is retroverted. Trace amount of free fluid is probably physiologic. Subcentimeter low echotexture lesions on both ovaries are seen and are thought to reflect cysts.
so yesterday i went to see an geanocologist consultant and he gave me a pelvic ultrasound one that were he inserted the scanner in my vagina,it did show up my womb and ovaries and he said there was no sign of cysts or anything just that my womb looked abit grey.SO he said hes gonna bring me into hospital and do a coloscopy were he would look further in my area below.what i was wondering was if i had ovarian cancer or cysts ,would he have been able to tell yesterday doing that pelvic scan?
The pelvic ultrasound does not diagnose cancer, it can suggest that it might be. The only way to diagnose cancer is to operate and do a biopsy. The vast majority of ovarian cysts are benign, and it could be caused by your endometrosis. Your physicain waiting 2 months and repeating is within recommendations. cysts can and do decrease in size. If the tumor changes in size go to a Gyn/onc for surgery.
After a couple of weeks of antibiotics The pain never went way, he sent me for an ultrasound. everything looked ok on the ultrasound, except a small cyst on my left ovary. He put me on birth control pills but nothing happend i was still having pelvic pain. He sent me to see a colon specialist and a colonoscopy was done and everything looked ok. A laparoscopy was done and he drained several cyst on my left ovary. my laparoscopy was done November 11, 2008.
-uncontrolled bleeding -pelvic pain -pelvic infection -growing fibroids -prolapse of the uterus -cancer of the cervix, uterus, ovaries, or fallopian tubes -precancerous conditions of the cervix or uterus -family history of breast/ovarian cancers or family history of colon.
This pain could be ovarian/cyst related, but if you had a recent pelvic ultrasound that found nothing abnormal, then this is good news. Your ovaries will still be ovulating monthly and some women feel that this is more prominent or bothersome after a hysterectomy. Some lower pelvic pain may also could be related to your bowels or bladder or deep pelvic muscles. It is concerning that your mother died of uterine/ovarian cancer, but since you had your uterus removed, then this won't affect you.
I just had a pelvic sonogram. It says I have a hypoechoio ovarian mass suggestive of a hemorrhagic cyst that measures 19X22X18-mm? what does this really mean.. the doctor said a follow up in 6 to 10 weeks? This is all so confusing.. can anyone shed some light on this ??
Been having symptoms for a few months and hadn't gotten anywhere with dr's - they were thinking IBS when I have no symptoms of it. Abdominal ultrasound came back normal. I then pushed for a pelvic ultrasound and just had it done at the lab on Fri. They found a simple cyst on 1 ovary and a septated cyst on the other. I had a C-section 17 months ago and a history of endometriosis. I am 34. I read somewhere something about a c section possibly releasing any secluded endo into the abdomen.
I'm 27 yrs old- I'm concerned about results of a pelvic ultrasound I just received 2 days ago- was done on 8-31-05 (which was done to make sure nothing wrong with me & I can have a baby- which I must tell you the obgyn who ordered it & called me with results said everything is fine & nothing showed up that would give him any reason why I could not have a child).
I just got the results from my ultrasound cause of pelvic pain. Here they are: The right ovary is enlarged and measures 8.2 x 4.9 x 4.0 cm. There is a complex ovarian mass that measures 5.3 x 3.1 x 3.6 cm fine low level internal echoes. There is another complex cystic lesion that measures 3.0 x 2.4 x 3.4 cm with fine low level Lacey echoes. No flow is identified within these lesions and they likely represent hemorrhagic cysts. A simple cyst is also noted measuring 4.3 x 2.4 x 3.4 cm.
I my incision is hard and very lumpy. They ordered a pelvic CT and pelvic ultrasound and vaginal ultrasound. They found two 1 mm <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s on my left ovary. 5 weeks earlier on 11/27 I had my Pet scan and 3 days prior a CT. Both NED. I had a colonoscopy and also NED. They wantedt to wait and see if they changed in two weeks times so I have a new ultrasound scheduled for next week. i have read alot of posts and seem that ovarian cysts are very common and especially after chemo.
I went to my gp and he sent me for a ultrasound the report said have 1 <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s in my cervix and also some functional <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s, 1 dermoid cyst , suspected hemorrhagic cysts and also multiple complex cyst lesions on both ovaries, the doctor has referred me on to a gyn and ive just had a ca 125 blood test, result will be back Monday. Im worried that I may have ovarian cancer so wondered if you could tell me what sort of pains that someone with cancer would experience?
Left Oophorectomy (this was done in 2006 for problems with very heavy bleeding and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s on my left ovary) Right ovary measures 5 by 8.8cm (Isn't that big?) and has several <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s or dominant follicles. It also has a 3.7 by 5 cm smoothly marginated hypoechoic area which may represent hemorrhagic cyst. Ther are other similar but smaller areas in the right ovary, one measuring 2.2 by 3.4 cm. (Are those consider big?) Ther is no free fluid. (What does that mean?
Hi, It's very possible that this isn't necessarily a "functional" cyst. It could be just a simple cyst or some other type. I'm post menopausal --- way post menopausal and I had a cyst last January. Check out the top right of this page where it says "Health Pages" . There is a lot of information on cysts and remember that 95% of cysts are benign, as mine was. They may want to monitor it every 3 months or so to check for any changes.. but try not to worry .
Then there are the rarer cases when <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s are not <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s but ovarian cancer. A woman with cyst problems needs to be monitored by a good gyn. But I know your dilemma well. None of this is affordable without health insurance.
I had an ovarian cyst on left ovary in January, 2010 which prompted her to perform another ultrasound yesterday;it showed the cyst had grown; she also ordered the CA125 blood test; I won't find out anything until Tuesday, March 16, 2010; I missed my period for the first time ever in February, other than during pregnancy; for the past few months I have had unexplained lower back pain and my internist referred me to a spinal specialist.
Majority of women do experience ovarian <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s and they generally do go away on their own without any damage. Caution that if it is on the larger size then it could rupture or twist in which you will experience extreme pain. If this happens it is an emergent situation and you need to go to the ER. Many women find that they need to get second and third opinions in order to get answers they need from someone they trust.
GI problems are a common symptom of ovarian <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s. I would highly suggest that you get a 2nd opinion from a gyn/onc. They are specialists in womens gyn issues and have seen it all. You should not get the run around with a gyn/onc. Although 99% of ovarian cysts are benign, you need medical attention. Do not ignore your symptoms. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
I have ovarian <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s which the doctor said arent too big, though I think they are 3 of them. I was wondering if it is common for such severe pain down my left leg? I cant even sleep. I am about to start my period, but havent yet. I'm such a worry wart I think about blood clots and fear the worst. Though I dont see any swelling or redness anywhere. I just cant believe how painful it is to sit, lay down, etc. So I guess I am just curious if cysts can cause extreme leg pain?
get a good pelvic exam a transvag ultrasound ct or mri and a ca 125 ... and dont read what happened to me LOL .. mine was a lil rough and hopefully atypical :) .. but see ...
Back in July I started having pain in my left side so they did several tests to rule out other organs such as the kidneys. Finally they did a pelvic ultrasound and found the fibroids and enlarged uterus. They are more concerned with the CA125, It is a elevated, she did not tell me the levels. She told me that I need a hysterectomy and they need to do more tests on the lymph nodes as well. With family history of cancer on my Aunts side I am worried.
Hi, The pain can be due to pelvic infection, ovarian <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cyst</span>s, endometriosis or pelvic adhesions or colitis etc. When a cyst has ruptured in the past the fluid gets absorbed and may not be picked up on ultrasound done later on. Indirect evidence in the form of fluid in POD may be found. The possibility of STD seems to be less according to your history. To be correlated with findings of examination and reports. Discuss with your Doctor. Hope this helps. Take care and good luck.
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