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Morphology: Complex cystic x2 largest meas. Size (cm) L: 1.2 W: 1.1 X: 1.1 Vol (ml): 0.8 what does this mean? See below full results:LMP: 07/01/15 Day Of Cycle: 28

Uterus: Visualized
Position: Neutral
Size (cm) L: 6.66 W: 5.02 H: 4.2
Vol (ml): 73.5
Description: Normal appearance

Endometrium: Thickened
Thickness(mm): 9.05
Nabothian cyst seen

No fluid was visualized

Right Ovary
Status: Visualized
Size (cm) L: 3.42 W: 2.09 H: 1.78
Vol (ml): 6.7
Morphology: Hemorrhagic appearring cyst
Size (cm) L: 1.6 W: 1.3 H: 1.6
Vol (ml): 1.7

Left Ovary
Status: Visualized
Size (cm) L: 2.28 W: 2.24 H: 1.47
Vol (ml): 3.9
Morphology: Complex cysts x2 largest meas.
Size (cm) L: 1.2 W: 1.1 H: 1.1
Vol (ml): 0.8

Transvaginal only

Transvaginal pelvic sonography performed.

Uterus axial in orientation and normal in size and the
myometrium is diffusely heterogeneous.
Central endometrial echo measures up to 9 mm and
remains inhomogeneous compared to 6-16 study.
Left ovary contains a 1.6 cm complex cyst that is
slightly smaller compared to 6-16 study.
Right ovary contains two small complex cysts. The
largest measures up to 1.2 cm and is less echogenic
and similar in size compared to 6-16 study.
No free pelvic fluid
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667078 tn?1316000935
It says you have cysts on both ovaries. If you do not have the BRCA gene you have a 1.4% of ovarian cancer in a life time. 98% of ovarian cysts are benign. It is very rare to have cancerous cysts on both ovaries The left ovary cyst is smaller than your last ultrasound. I have no medical training. I would let my doctor explain it to me.

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