hellow friends..one n half year back i was diagonized with dermoid ovarian cyst while undergoing a treatment for typhoid. So it was not possible to get operated then. Later on,i went to several gynos to confirm about the status of the .but all of them said i dont have any dermoid cyst. dermoid cyst was detected by means of abdominal ct scan.which was not done by the doctors whom i consulted later on.they just asked me to undergo ultra sound where dermoid was not detected.....so i m jus confused on what to do....its left untreated from almost two years. i get SEVERE pain during periods. hoping for valuable suggestions :)
As you are having abdominal pain it is necessary to find out the cause. Hence you need a thorough check up with your Doctor. Also a repeat ultrasound scan can be done. If necessary a repeat CT scan can be done to find out the current status of the dermoid cyst. Consult a gynaecologist for an evaluation.
Hope this helps.
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