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Unread 04-06-2005, 07:22 AM
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I had my ultrasound done yesterday. It was only a pelvic, anyways the ovary on the right side has complex cyst (she said it was cystic whatever that means) but did not tell me the size. I asked her if its the same one and she didn't know. Also I have a cyst on the left ovary but said it was fluid and I asked her if it was a functional and she said yes, and again didn't tell me the size. I was only less then ten minutes with the ultrasound she says they were busy. So now I am very upset. I will wait until friday and then I am going to call my family doctor to talk to her about the cysts.
Is it normal to have cysts all the time even after a hysterectomy (partial). Before my hyst I hed the odd cyst that did cause pain but I know I didn't have it every month. I am 38 yrs old almost so i was just wondering being that after a hyst. I thought things kind of slowed down.
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Unread 04-06-2005, 08:02 AM
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(((Shel)))

I never had pain with ovulation before my hyst. After, I've had severe cyclical ovarian pain. The endo specialist said that it was another phase of the endometriosis .. that he sees this in a lot of endo patients who don't have the BSO at the time of the hyst. He's been treating endo for 35 years, so I'm taking his word for that.

I guess I've processed his comments to mean that with out a uterus to attack (I had adeno and endo) the endo has honed in on my ovaries. Go figure.

I started the Synarel last Friday and the pain in my ovaries is starting back up ... that's expected as they use short courses of this medicine for ovulation induction. In a few weeks, I should begin to feel much better in my pelvis.

My thermostat is already malfunctioning. I wouldn't say I've had hot flashes, its just that I'm not cold when I normally would be. Guess that makes me one hot mama!

Take care and do keep us posted.
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