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Missed period. Pelvic scan shows ovarian cyst, nabothian cyst. What is wrong?

I have missed my period for 20 days now. Did a pelvic scan today and t shows i have an ovarian cyst of 13.7x12.5 mm and a nabothian cyst of 14.8x7.2mm. endometrium shows a thick stripe measuring about 14.8 mm. mo free fluid in the pouch of douglas.uterus is retroverted,normal in size and echogenicty. what is actually wrong with me. i have had the nabothian cyst since may after a miscarriage . it has reduced just a little since then.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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Nabothian cysts are a common finding on ultrasonogram and pelvic examination. They do not often need any treatment and the outlook is good as they are not tumors. However, if they grow big enough in size, they can cause torsion of the cervix. The likely cause for your delayed period seems to be hormonal as evidenced by the presence of an ovarian cyst. You can obtain better idea of the endometrial cavity through a trans-vaginal sonogram. The ovarian cyst can be managed medically. You would need hormones to induce a period and follow up with a couple of hormone courses, after a hormone profile is done. Hope this helps.
Answered: Mon, 12 Oct 2015
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