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functional ovarian cysts

A: Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum! In all probability the cysts on the ovaries that you had were functional ovarian cysts and not the cysts of polycystic ovarian syndrome and hence they disappeared with pregnancy. Now you could be pregnant. The only way to confirm pregnancy is take a blood pregnancy test about 5-6 days before the next expected period or take a urine pregnancy test after the expected date if you do not get periods. Hope this helps. Take care!...


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I am 41, dx IDC 11/06 grade I/stage I, 5mm mass, node neg, ER/PR+, Her 2-, Oncotype 21, BRCA neg, had lumpectomy w/clean margins, 4 A/C (last one 5-15-07) radiation to start soon, I never stopped having a period and had functional ovarian cysts burst during chemo. After rad when I start tamoxifan(sp)the onc said he would start shots to shut down my ovaries, but after the shots I could start my period again. Does that mean menopause twice? I am done having children (3-ages 3, 5,9) so can I have the ovaries out and should I have the uterus too? Isn''t uterine cancer a risk with hormonal therapy anyway? I am trying not to overreact with the surgery, (I really debated lump/rad vs. mast, but the mass was so small). Do I really need these organs now? I heard the shots were painful too. Thanks for this site it has been a great help.

A: time for a second opinion about this. unusual for someone in your situation to have the shot AND tamoxifen... tamoxifen makes sense.go for second opinion please. tamoxifen may result in menopausal symptoms. that doesn''t mean you are in full blown menopause though....
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What are ovarian cysts?

A: ovarian cysts are fluid filled bodies that form on ovaries, and there are many types that may have few to many symptoms. Many women will get an ovarian cyst occasionally, and most are unlikely to notice the fact since the cyst will generally recess on its own with no treatment. Other cysts may grow large, become painful, and run the danger of rupturing, which can harm the ovary and is a medical emergency. The most common types of ovarian cysts are called functional cysts, and these occur when something goes wrong during ovulation. An ovary...
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What can I do for suspected ovarian cyst?

A: Information on cyst A cyst or sac filled with fluid, which develops in the ovary is referred to as an ovarian cyst. They resemble bubbles in an ultrasound. Developing one or more of ovarian cyst is common in women. The various kind of ovarian cysts are corpus luteum cyst, follicular cyst, endometrioid cysts, hemorrhagic cyst, polycystic appearing ovary and dermoid cyst. Most of them are harmless, though a few result in pain and bleeding. The...
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does endiometriosis and ovarian cyst cause you not to conceive

A: I''ve suffered from Endometriosis for over 10 years now and I must tell you it is very painful and uncomfortable. Having it does not mean you are infertile, it just makes it hard to become pregnant but there are many new advances which can optimize your chances of becoming pregnant. I must say that it has been at least 3 years since hubby and I have been trying to concieve and were unsuccessful until now. I too have been told of a small ovarian cysts and some fibroids, yet I became pregnant. I am entering my 10th week, and hope to continue to have a healthy and safe pregnancy. I hope this gives you hope and just note that everyone is different and body''s are different. While it took me a long time, I am now 35 and have suffered from this...


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Pregnancy or ovarian cyst symptoms?

A: The symptoms you reported might be related to hormonal imbalance. Whether the hormonal imbalance was caused by the ovarian cyst can not be told, because no data was given if it is a functional ovarian cyst (meaning it produces certain female hormones). You might want to consult with your gynecologist about hormonal laboratory tests. If they are not within normal limits, then the cyst might be causing this condition and once it is taken care for, the symptoms might subside....
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What Causes ovarian cysts In Someone Who Hasn''t Had Children?

A: Function ovarian cysts form when either the egg doesn''t release or the egg sac does disolve after the egg release during ovulation. Each month the ovary gives off an egg. The egg leaves behind an eggshell. Sometimes the eggshell does not break down and the body makes a cyst....


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What is an ovarian cyst and what causes ovarian cyst?

A: ovarian cystS ARE HARMLESS : ovarian cysts are small fluid-filled sacs that develop in a woman's ovaries. Most cysts are harmless, but some may cause problems such as rupturing, bleeding, or pain. ovarian cysts affect women of all ages. The vast majority of ovarian cysts are considered functional (or physiologic) or simple cyst. In other words, they have nothing to do with disease. Most ovarian cysts are benign, meaning they are NOT cancerous, and many DISAPPEAR on...
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What can I do to get ride of an ovarian cyst?

A: An ovarian cyst is a sac filled with fluid that resembles a blister of sorts. These cysts are common among women in the years that they reproduce and they are basically growths that form on the almond size organs on either side of a uterus. More often than not these ovarian cysts are a harmless and go away without any form of treatment. In definition the ovaries are supposed to produce an egg every month. When a woman ovulates, a cyst-like structure called a follicle forms inside the ovary. When the follicle matures, it ruptures and the egg is released during this time of ovulation. The corpus leteum then goes on to form the empty follicle...
 
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