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Unread 03-04-2005, 06:34 AM
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I have aquestion about concerning reoccuring ovarian cysts. I had a ultra sound before my hyst. that showed cysts on both ovaries. The one on my right ovary was larger than the one on my left ovary.I usually noticed ovarian pain a couple hours each month,which was when I ovulated.(about day 14 of my cycle)I had adeno.,so I had alot of abdominal pain anyway. My dr. said he would remove the cysts while doing my TAH. When I had my surgery the left one had pretty much popped, so he left it alone. He cutted out a 5 cm. one on the right ovary,then put sutures in my ovary. They were fluid filled, which was a good thing. My dr. never mentioned this as being a problem down the road. I hadn't noticed ovulation pain for months.(My hormone level was good when checked in Sept)For the last week I have felt some pain in both ovaries. The pain isn't terrible, but noticeable.It is kind of a aching, pinching feeling. I was just wondering what are my chances for having ovarian problems down the road?Can fluid filled cysts become other kinds? I was just wondering as I know we get cysts each month, but usually pop when they are small.

Thanks for any info. I am just curious.

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Unread 03-07-2005, 06:46 PM
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I kept both ovaries when I had my hysterectomy 3 years ago. I had the right ovary removed 8 months ago because simple, fluid filled cysts had turned into complex, solid mass cysts. During surgery my doctor drained fluid off of several cysts on my left ovary and wrapped that overy in mesh. Three weeks ago when I had more surgery he again drained fluid off cysts on the left ovary.

There are never any guarantees about how ovaries will be after surgery. I've had cysts rupture and go away on their own, Why I had some simple cysts turn complex is a good question.


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