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Pelvic pain, irregular spotting. Ultrasound shows calcification. No trouble due to young age?

I am 30 years old and have on going pelvic pain and irregular spotting the bleading over the past year has increased to every time durring intercourse. In 2010 I had an ultrasound that reads my ovaries appear normal in size and shape however, on transabdominal images there is a questionable ill-defined mass with hyperechoic areas suggestive of calcification with shadowing in the right adnexal region. I had a CT with oral contrast only and the radiologist determined there were no signs of a mass but felt the images were sub optimal due to no IV contrast. I let it go at that then but I m still having problems and no doctors I have seen seem to be to concerned. Posabuly due to my young age? Idk please give me answers.
Asked On : Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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Dear customer,

The irregular bleeding associated with questionable mass in the uterine adnexal should be investigated.

You should have the mri scan of the lower abdomen to know the cause and if required fnac of the mass to know the underlying pathology.

The other causes of such irregular menstrual cycle like genital infection, thyroid disorders, anxiety, hormonal imbalance should also be ruled out by having the relevant investigations done.

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Answered: Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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