I have had invitr fertilization three times fro 1986 through 1987. AFfter the first attempt I was told that my ovaries were overstimulated.
On cat scan of my kidney recently I was told there was calcifications in my right ovary.
Do I have reason to be concerened about ovarian cancer?
I have also had burning mouth syndrome with no explanations why. Could they be realted?
Thankyou for looking into these very stressful problems for me.
Ovary calcifications are usually benign, but the is a low risk of malignacy. Burning mouth sysdrome causes are menopause, nutritional deficient, oral thrush, or dry mouth syndrome.If you have concerns talk to your dr about concerns, or if you have other abdominal symtoms, weight gain around abdomen, constipation, bladder pressure, or any other unusual (although common) symtoms. Some cancers are estrogen receptive (estrogen-fed) mine is. Best wishes
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