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Unread 01-14-2005, 08:10 AM
complex ovarian cyst

I have just been told by the doctor i have a 2 cm complex ovarian cyst on right ovary with some blood, does anyone know what this means or if its a concern. I also have on that ovary several small cysts.... I have asked to be refered to a gynecologist. I had a hyst kept both ovaries three years ago.
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Unread 01-14-2005, 07:11 PM
complex ovarian cyst

I'm sorry you're dealing with all of this I do not have any insight for you, but did want to send some s your way.
Unread 01-15-2005, 01:26 PM
complex ovarian cyst

Hi ((Shel)),
I'm sorry to hear of the symptoms and your dx After my TAH I was experiencing a worsening pain in my right side. At 12 weeks Post-Op my Dr ordered a transvaginal & abdominal Ultrasound. They revealed that my right Ovary was covered with multiple blood & fluid filled cysts. The blood filled ones are known as hemorrhagic cysts and can occur when a blood vessel in the cysts bursts. They are said to be more painful and if they burst they can spill the blood in the abdominal/pelvic cavity which can irritate it and cause more pain. Usually they resolve on their own. They are monitored over a period of time & if they dont resolve, grow larger or are thought to be of something of more concern then surgery may be an option. Here are a few links that share some further info on them along with treatment options, possible risks, symptoms ect:

Occasionally, cysts can bleed into themselves. A very small blood vessel in the wall of the cyst breaks, and the blood goes into the cyst. These are "hemorrhagic cysts" usually more painful. They are common & can also rupture. The blood goes into the abdominal cavity if it happens it is usually very painful. Its less common for them to rupture.
Most hemorrhagic cysts are self-limiting; some need surgical intervention. In many cases, even should it rupture it will resolve without surgery.

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Ovarian Cysts:

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Hopefully these can help give you some better insight & info into them

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