Blood test and sonography showed thick uterus lining and cyst on ovary. Suggest? - Online Doctor Chats
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The other day I mentioned I wanted to speak to a gynacelogist...I have seen a gyneac for my problem
Just wanted your second opinion
Please proceed with your concern, I shall give you my opinion.
there is a cyst on the left ovary.
is the cyst a cause of concern as I m told its a normal feature and appears alternatively on each ovary
When was the scan performed?
I have been advised capsule C.V.P and Ceff 500 2 tablets each a day
sonography was done on saturday which was day 10
along with capsules I have been prescribed Tonoferon and Visyneral
Do you mean Day 10 of menstrual cycle or on the 10th day of bleeding?
10th day of bleeding
Thanks for confirming the details.
Cyst in the ovaries is a feature found in many women.
The number of cyst, size of cyst, presence of loculations and other features inside the cyst give us clues about the seriousness of this cyst.
That being said, the endometrial thickness of 8mm on day 10 of bleeding definitely indicates your endometrium had grown to a large size giving rize to the heavy bleed.
Therefore at this point, it is right to think that cyst has no role to play with this bleeding episode.
Capsule CVP as you might known is a vitamin K supplement. It is useful in stopping bleeding.
I would suggest you to continue the medications as advised.
You can discuss with your gynecologist about repeating the scans as your dates get close to your period days this month.
If endometrium is similarly thickened, then you can plan for endometrial biospy.
Have you followed?
The sonography report reads
uterus is anteverted in position and normal in size...53*28*21 mms cyst seen on left adnexal
Unilocular cyst are benign in nature.
thank you...I was a little worried...hopefully the medicines should help
control the bleeding
The medicines prescribed are helpful in treating excessive bleeding.
Like I said earlier, the cyst may not be the cause of it.
Thank you Dr XXXXXXX for your guidance.
Once your current excessive bleeding is controlled, you can plan a review with the gynecologist and get investigated further.
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