I am a 33 year old woman. I had a hysterectomy 5 years ago, they removed my right ovary but kept my left. For the past couple months I have been struggling with pain and pressure on my left ovary. I went to the ER and they informed me of a cyst. I then decided to go to obgyn and she sent me for the ultrasounds. My ultrasound results are back and it says I have a 2.2cm complex or hemorrahgic cyst on along with multiple follicular cysts. Should I be concerned about these results? I am very anxious.
The complex cyst of 2.2 cm is not very large and should not be a matter of concern at the age of 33 years. The cause of pain can be adhesions or pelvic infection and the necessary treatment can be initiated. This will usually be anti-inflammatory agents and antibiotics. Consult your Doctor.
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