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What Do I Need To Know About A 2.7 Cm complex ovarian cyst?

A: complex cyst tend to be rare and consist of both solid and liquid components. If not treated ovarian cysts can become cancerous, are painful and uncomfortable. They can also cause a miscarriage and/or cause infertility. Contributing causes tend to be obesity and lifestyle. Treatment tends to consist of surgery, however, drug management may be considered. If you know the exact size of your cyst, you''ve clearly already been to see your doctor and you need to follow their recommendation. In general, treatment options range from drugs to see if the cyst will shrink to immediate emergency surgery. This depends on the origin of the

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What Do I Need To Know About A 2.7 Cm complex ovarian cyst?

A: complex cyst tend to be rare and consist of both solid and liquid components. If not treated ovarian cysts can become cancerous, are painful and uncomfortable. They can also cause a miscarriage and/or cause infertility. Contributing causes tend to be obesity and lifestyle. Treatment tends to consist of surgery, however, drug management may be considered. If you know the exact size of your cyst, you''ve clearly already been to see your doctor and you need to follow their recommendation. In general, treatment options range from drugs to see if the cyst will shrink to immediate emergency surgery. This depends on the origin of the

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complex ovarian cysts

A: Gee, I sure wish someone would reply to this! supermom3 Hi Supermom, Both my sister in law and my sister''s sister in law (did you get that ?) have had complex ovarian cysts and both cases turned out to be benign. My cousin also had a number of complex cysts on her ovaries and since they were growing rather rapidly, she had to have her ovaries removed. When tested, they found these to be benign also. Recently a colleague of mine was diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer. She did not have any cysts on her ovaries but by the time she was diagnosed, she had over 30 lbs of fluid in her abdomen. She was...


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complex ovarian cyst- scared and confused

A: What kind of doctor has ordered the ultrasound that diagnosed the cyst? What has that doctor suggested? Have other tests been ordered. I had a complex cyst several years ago that resolved on its own. I would try to get a second opinion if you''re not comfortable with this doctor. I''m guessing it wouldn''t be hard to get referred to a specialist with the symptoms you''ve had. Might give you some peace of mind. Good luck! The doctor is my primary care doctor, a family practitioner. There have been no other tests run or ordered, I was just told to wait and see the results of the next ultrasound in six weeks. I guess getting a second opinion sounds like my only option other than waiting. ...


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complex ovarian cyst at 29

A: Hello Hillaryb,you are not losing your mind.You know some-thing I have been going through exactly what you are going through.Finally last week my new doctor told me I have an ovarian cyst(he said smalll though)on left ovary.I knew since Sept that it was probably a cyst that was causing problems.Ok so last week he told me about my ultrasound.Now when I did ultrasound I was on my period.So I had major major pains every-where.I could not breath in and out(they want you to breath deep with ultrasound)I could not do it.It hurt so bad to do it.Eventually I did,but it toook a while for me to do what they wanted.So any-ways my doctor told me that they found gas alllll over my body(all in my organs)and that they said they...


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Does a complex ovarian cyst go away completely?

A: ovarian cysts are common in women of childbearing age and beyond. complex cysts most often do not contain free fluid; instead they are solid masses. Usually, they are benign. complex cysts frequently require surgery, but they can go away without it.Source:Medline Plus: ovarian cysts...


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complex ovarian cyst

A: While I doubt that you have had an ovarian cancer all this time and far from certain even now I"m still shocked that such a clear case of a gynecological speciality question has been dealt by your primary care clinic! Hopefully it will turn out not to be dangerous but I can not promise that!...


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complex ovarian cyst left ovary

A: Hello, I think you are very right to go and see someone else. For one, the birth control pill is definitely not for you and no sane doctor should have put you on it if you are over 35 and a smoker. This is basic stuff. How large are these ovarian cysts ? You should know that there is no way, no way whatsoever, that a doctor can tell you exactly what kind of cyst you have. Only a biopsy can do that. She can, however, take an educated guess, which is obviously what she did. Your follow up ultrasound will most likely show a change in the situation. These cysts have a habit of coming and going by themselves and most often they are indeed functional cysts. As for the

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complex ovarian cyst on Ultrasound

A: Jennifer, Did you ever have an imaging study in the past which included the ovaries (such as prior ultrasound or CT scan, which often are obtained in patients with cervical cancer)?  This can help sort out whether this "cystic structure" is new or not.  In my opinion, especially for someone who has had cervical cancer, a CAT scan (with contrast)or MRI scan would be worthwhile now to help clarify the situation, which could then be compared with prior studies.  I also suggest you see a gynecologic oncologist, if you have not already done so, for an expert opinion.   Sincerely, J. Seigle, MD...
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Large complex ovarian cyst : Very Scared

A: Tamodeez, No, having a large complex cyst on your ovary DOES NOT always mean cancer ! As a matter of fact, in premenopausal women such as yourself, you have a 90% chance that the growth is benign. Postmenopausal women have a 70% chance of it being benign. This is how common these growths are. Seeing another gynecological oncologist in the meantime is not a bad idea as having a second opinion is always a good thing. Don''t misunderstand me, I think that you should definitely have the growth removed and biopsied to be sure that it is not cancer. But sometimes medical doctors are so absorbed by their jobs that they forget to take the patient''s mental health into consideration. If the growth is soft and not hard, this is a good sign....


 
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