I am 49 and menopausal. After 2 episodes of post menopausal bleeding, pelvic/gastronintestinal discomfort, and nausea, an ultrasound (pelvic and transvag) revealed a simple cyst. My family physician feels that it is safe to wait for a couple of months seeing as the cyst is 2.5cm. However, had the cyst been 3cm or greater he would have referred me to the gyn/oncologist immediately to have it evaluated. Does 1/2 of a centimeter really provide that much cushion? Should I seek any other opinions?
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