I know you are scared that is normal. I am not a doctor but your report is not scary. It just has several non cancer things going on. Gyn/oncologists deal with complex cases not just cancer. Your doctor is right they can save your ovaries. If they say they have to take them and you want children you get a second opinion with one who will save your ovaries. It is just easier for doctors to take the ovaries. Most ovarian cysts are benign.I know it is still scary. Do you have someone to go in with you to the gyn/oncologist? Do you have something you just love. I like the White Stallions over in Vienna. They do a ballet. I got to see them practice last month.
Yesterday I had a 2 hour surgery I was awake fore. I thought about the horses. Every detail of them. How they looked, how they smelled, what it was like to pet them. This got me through. When ever you start to get nervous or scared you can go back to your memory. You will notice how much easier it is to go through things that make you tense up. I also use my cat Moon pie. He is 15 pounds. He is a black and white warm bundle of fur. He purs so loud you can hear him across the room. You can pet him for hours and he never gets tired of it.
What you are going through is hard because it is unknown and that is the scariest of all.