I am only 43 years old and was diagnosed with all these in the past two weeks.
Pelvis Ultrasound- Heterogeneous Lesion / Complex Cyst In Left Ovary
Impression: Complex Cyst In Left Ovary, differential diagnosis includes hemorrhagic cyst versus endometrioma
Heterogeneous Lesion measuring 3.9 x 3.1 x 2.7cm with internal low-level echogenicity and area lace-like echotexture
I have been given a referral to see a Urologist for a cystoscopy
Mammogram - being evaluated for a lump in my left breast (having an ultrasound)
Thyroid Ultrasound- found a dominant solid nodule measures 1.6x1.2x1.1 cm (with suggestion of smooth margin and minimal central cystic area) and an additional 4mm solid cold nodule in right thyroid gland along with a Colloid cyst 5 x 4 x3 mm
Should one be concerned? Any responses would be greatly appreciated
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