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Chronic abdominal pain, ultrasound showed hypo-echoic mass in the region of right ovary with echogenic foci, enlarged left ovary with multiple cysts, free fluid in cul de sac. What does it indicate?

i am 28 years old. i got my ultrasound done and found the following impression a hypoechoic mass noted in the region of right ovary with some ECHOGENIC FOCI in it. left ovary appears enlarged measuring 5.9x401 with multiple cystic masses largest one measuring 3.8x3.1. small amount of free fluid is seen in culdesic. i am suffering from right abdominal pain since 4 yrs had done endoscopy other test done too
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response

Commonly such hypoechoic masses in ovaries are complex cysts and most resolve after sometime.And in such cases symptomatic treatment can be given.

But if this fails to resolve then,possibility of tumor needs to ruled out.And in this case you need to get Ca125 and MRI of pelvis done.

A repeat sonography after few days can help to know whether this has resolved.

Right abdominal pain can be due to this cyst/hypoechoic mass.

Hope this answers your question.Please ask if there are doubts.


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