Tubo ovarian abscess on ultrasound

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232077 tn?1218426943 The typical ultrasonographic appearance of a tubo-ovarian abscess is a multilocular, cystic, complex adnexal mass often with debris and thick septations. Now here is my thing. I only became severely ill a few days after the Mirena was put in me. It felt like I had a bad case of the flu and about 3 days later I felt fine. I don't have a fever and other than my nerves being frazzled I only have a general discomfort on my left side.
1294692 tn?1272400469 I was hospitalized last year due to a fever of 103 abdominal pains and excessive bleeding. CT cans and sonogram was performed and the findings was a 5 x 4.56 cm right tubo -ovarian abscess with approximately 1.5 cm of free fluid. My uterus measured 9.31 x 5.75 cm with a small anterior fibroid. With my left ovary not being visible.. Now my problem is, the pain I was having then has returned and it's worse, i haven't been able to attend school regularly so i had to with draw.
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Avatar n tn Once again he said I had inflamation in my cervix. I had a pelvic ultrasound done on the 9/19 and these were my results: Transabdominal and transvaginal images of the pelvis performed. Uterus is normal measuring 10x4x6 cm. Endometrial stripe is midly thickened at 12mm, however, this is homogeneous in appearance. No discrete mass is identified. In addition, this slightly thickened portion is seen at the fundus of the uterus. Nabothian cysts are seen along the cervix. The ovaries are normal.
Avatar n tn According to information that I looked up on google here is another definition--The broad differential diagnosis of an adnexal mass includes lesions of infectious origin, such as a hydrosalpinx or tubo-ovarian abscess caused by pelvic inflammatory disease; physiologic or functional cysts; endometriomas; both benign and malignant neoplasms, and masses originating in organs or tissues proximal to the adnexa. Hope this information helps as I also have a mass (but it's a uterine fibroid).
Avatar n tn Other impressions are 1) complex adnexal cyst; differential considerations include endometrioma, ovarian neoplasm, tubo-ovarian abscess, teratoma, or hydrosalpinx/pyosalpinx. 2) Retroflexed leiomyomatous uterus. I am wondering what are my chances of having ovarian cancer in the light of this report?
Avatar n tn 1. Nabothian cysts along cervix. 2. Normal ovaries without tubo-ovarian abscess. 3. Midly prominent endometrial stripe. Fundus of uterus appears physiologic in nature. My questions are: 1. Endometrial stripe midly thickened at 12mm. What does this mean? 2. What is normal for an endometrial stripe to be? 3. Do I need to be worried about it being 12mm? 4. What does thickened portion is seen at the fundus of the uterus? 5. What is fundus of the uterus? 6. What is a Nabothian Cyst? 7.
3183753 tn?1344639044 2 mm -Uterus 8.8x4.8x5.9 with volume 124cc. -Trace free pelvic fluid, no adnexal mass, tubo-ovarian abscess or hydrosalpinx. -Right ovary 3.2x1.3x1.9 -Left ovary 4.2x2.6x3.1cm with an estimated volume of 18cc -No free pelvic fluid If all of this looks picture perfect and I really shouldn't have gone to a gynecologist, does anyone have any idea why I have all of these symptoms? Could it really be endometriosis and the only option for me is birth control? I am 37 with three kids.
3183753 tn?1344639044 2 mm -Uterus 8.8x4.8x5.9 with volume 124cc. -Trace free pelvic fluid, no adnexal mass, tubo-ovarian abscess or hydrosalpinx. -Right ovary 3.2x1.3x1.9 -Left ovary 4.2x2.6x3.1cm with an estimated volume of 18cc -No free pelvic fluid If all of this looks picture perfect and I really shouldn't have gone to a gynecologist, does anyone have any idea why I have all of these symptoms? Could it really be endometriosis and the only option for me is birth control? I'm 37 with three kids.
3183753 tn?1344639044 2 mm -Uterus 8.8x4.8x5.9 with volume 124cc. -Trace free pelvic fluid, no adnexal mass, tubo-ovarian abscess or hydrosalpinx. -Right ovary 3.2x1.3x1.9 -Left ovary 4.2x2.6x3.1cm with an estimated volume of 18cc -No free pelvic fluid If all of this looks picture perfect and I really shouldn't have gone to a gynecologist, does anyone have any idea why I have all of these symptoms? Could it really be endometriosis and the only option for me is birth control? Thank you for your help.
3183753 tn?1344639044 2 mm -Uterus 8.8x4.8x5.9 with volume 124cc. -Trace free pelvic fluid, no adnexal mass, tubo-ovarian abscess or hydrosalpinx. -Right ovary 3.2x1.3x1.9 -Left ovary 4.2x2.6x3.1cm with an estimated volume of 18cc -No free pelvic fluid If all of this looks picture perfect and I really shouldn't have gone to a gynecologist, does anyone have any idea why I have all of these symptoms? Could it really be endometriosis and the only option for me is birth control? Thank you for your help.
3183753 tn?1344639044 2 mm -Uterus 8.8x4.8x5.9 with volume 124cc. -Trace free pelvic fluid, no adnexal mass, tubo-ovarian abscess or hydrosalpinx. -Right ovary 3.2x1.3x1.9 -Left ovary 4.2x2.6x3.1cm with an estimated volume of 18cc -No free pelvic fluid If all of this looks picture perfect and I really shouldn't have gone to a gynecologist, does anyone have any idea why I have all of these symptoms? Could it really be endometriosis and the only option for me is birth control? Thank you for your help.
Avatar n tn Just wondering if there is a chance something this large could be a tubo-ovarian abscess? I am experiencing intermittent fever, pressure and my bloodwork shows sed rate of 60 along with a creatinine level of 1.5. I can feel this mass which extends from the belly button down to the uterine fundus, while lying on my back. Any further information will certainly be appreciated. Thank you!
Avatar n tn I agree. You definately need to see a gyn. You probably should be having another ultrasound too. Insist on it. Sorry to hear about your pain. Keep us posted.