Ovarian cysts of 2 cm size are small and are mostly functional cysts of the ovary. They occur because of the hormonal changes in the menstrual cycle. Such cysts will disappear spontaneously. Such cysts are asymptomatic and will usually not cause pain.
Hope this helps.
ahh well mine is a dermoid cysts so i'm not so lucky that it will just go away :( and i'm sure your right about the pain only i did have one of over 10cm in size only last year removed from my right side that's y i just don't understand y I'm getting all this pain on my left size from only a 2cm one
so i guess what I'm asking is if it's not the cysts what can it be???
Funny enough I had pain on my left side and turns out the dermoid cyst was on right side. Ovary removed and the pain has got worse on the left side, apparently due to small follicular cysts, grrrrrrrrrr
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