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i can any one give me a idea what im dealing with here ive had a vaginal ultra sound that says L ovary measures 8.3ccs with a 19mm complex cyst or heamorage into a cyst R ovary appears normal and measures 2.8ccs trace of fluid seen in the pouch of douglas !!! ive been referred to a gyny and for a colonscope im 37yrs old my stomach is swollen and suffering with low abdo pain and slight back discomfort .can some1 give me a idea if this could be cancer thankyou any help plzzzzzzz
Cancer is only diagnosed after a tumor is removed and evaluated under the microscope. most cysts are benign. Cysts that are persistent and larger than 5 cm should be removed because they cause pain.
You have been appropriately referred for further evaluation.
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