I agree with nyc lady: when I had my cyst removed (along with ovary and tube), they warned me they would check it during surgery and if it looked or tested positive for cancer, they would take more drastic action right then, doing more invasive surgery to clear things out.
The fact that they were able to tease the cyst off the ovary and then sew you up again sounds promising. I am surprised they didn't give you a post surgical report though. Usually the surgeon comes in and explains how things went and what they found.
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