I am 42 yrs old lady. TVS shows normal sized uterus,endometrial thickness 9.6mm left ovary has a complex ovarian cyst 42x43x40mm in size ,thickened cyst wall,with internal echoes mixed with fluid, right sided ovary not detected. Cervix hypertrophied with few nabothian cysts. CA125=32; Pap smear report....plenty of endocervical cells with predominance of inflammatory cells, few cells show prominent nuclear material.
I had my period on 13.08.2012and again i had bleeding on 24.08.2012. . Please advice me I am much worried because of complex ovarian cyst.
The endometrial thickening associated with a ovarian cyst can be causing the frequent bleeding. The nature of the cyst needs to be determined with careful follow up. And CT scan can be done to make the diagnosis.
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