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What type of ovarian cyst it could be during pregnancy ?

what type of ovarian cyst it could be during pregnancy . My wife recently conceived. Being abortioned twice (It was confirmed that the 2 abortions were due to journey) we asked our doctor to be very careful this time. She asked us to have a ultrasound scan . In the scan it was found that she has Complex ovarian cyst with multiple septations and advised for CA-125 test, but doctor doesn't asked to have this test and she prescribed some medicines and come after 2 weeks. Earlier to this same doctor advised for follicular study and in that no cyst was found and all of a sudden there is a cyst on left ovary with 4.5 cm. My wife age is 24 years. We have taken a second opinion and this time in the scanning It was found that its Cyst sol...... and Doctor told us its a simple cyst. We are very much worried and confused. I am very much bothering aby my wife health. Kindly advise what type of Cyst it could be and what to do now? what type of ovarian cyst it could be during pregnancy. My wife recently conceived. Being abortioned twice we asked our doctor to be very careful this time. She asked us to have a ultrasound scan. In the scan it was found that she has Complex ovarian cyst with multiple septations and advised for CA-125 test, but doctor doesn t asked to have this test and she prescribed some medicines and come after 2 weeks. Earlier to this same doctor advised for follicular study and in that no cyst was found and all of a sudden there is a cyst on left ovary with 4.5 cm. My wife age is 24 years. We have taken a second opinion and this time in the scanning It was found that its Cyst sol...... and Doctor told us its a simple cyst. We are very much worried and confused. I am very much bothering aby my wife health. Kindly advise what type of Cyst it could be and what to do now?
Asked On : Tue, 31 May 2011
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hi maruthi
welcome to health care magic
Discovering an ovarian cyst during pregnancy is nothing to be afraid of unless the cyst in extremely large or has the potential to rupture. Usually because of hereditary reasons, it is quite common for pregnant women to develop an ovarian cyst during pregnancy.
The formations of these fluid-filled masses occur when the egg is not released fully from the ovary and a build up of fluid remains in the follicle. Commonly, this type of cyst is benign and will most likely, not cause any complications during pregnancy but other types such as complex ovarian cysts are more serious and should be treated with caution.
an ovarian cyst during pregnancy has the potential to cause is if it grows large enough that it becomes twisted. This will most likely require surgery to remove the cyst. Most of the time this surgical procedure will not affect the pregnancy.Before even consulting with a doctor, it is important that you are proactive and take care of the situation whole-heartedly
Natural forms of treatment are by far the best and most-safest alternative to surgical procedures to remove ovarian cysts. Herbs,homoeopathy and proper nutrition can play a major role.
be in touch with your routine gynaecologist
Answered: Tue, 31 May 2011
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Thanks a lot for your reply. I am confused what type of Cyst it is. One report says it is complex ovarian cyst with multiple septations. Recent report says its Ovarian cyst. If its a complex cyst, what we need to do? Is it better to do abortion and remove that?
Kindly suggest us.
Answered: Tue, 31 May 2011
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