apologies for my delay. I suspect you have many more answers now.
Ovarian cancer is treated by primary surgery followed by chemotherapy.
Most women who develop ovarian cancer have signs of travel to the upper abdomen or lymph nodes That is called stage III.
If the final diagnosis is a primary ovarian cancer, your sister should ask about gene...
you could watch the cyst over time.If it doesn't change and isnot bothering you, you could leave it alone
if you decide on surgery, I would suggest removing both your ovaries so that you dont need to confront another cyst in the future
it is unusual to have ovarian cancer at your age. There is a slow growing tumor called a borderline ovarian tumor which is more common at your age. The next step is surgery .
Please let us know what happens
it sounds like you have had a pretty good check up
you could ask for a ct scan
you should also ask about an endoscopy - that is an evaluation of you stomach.
I hope everything works out
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