hello i just had recieved my sonogram results and it reads both my ovaries are normal and that there was freefluid seen around my cul-de-sac. my doctor wasnt not specific on what that means and i read ...
ovarie which is 4.0 cm also she told me that I have freefluid withing the culdesac I wanna noe what does it mean and if having that fluid in the culdesac kills the sperm that goes in after intercourse ...
cyst. Also noted within the posterior cul-de-sac is significant fluid collection which could be due ... endometrial plate measuring 2.9 mmm. The left adnexa appeared free but the right side revealed a unilocular ...
explain. it says there are bilateral ovarian follicles & a probable follicular cyst arising from the right ovary & there is no free fred fluid in the cul-de-sac
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It is cyst.
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I'm currently 6 weeks and 4 days pregnant and there was moderate freefluid in my pelvis culdesac i want to know if that could cause a problem with my baby
The freefluid is most likely a result of the rupture and resolution of a corpus luteal cyst. This is very common in early pregnancy and can even be considered normal. Unless it is causing pain, don't worry about it. It will resolve in its own in a few days and the pregnancy should be fine. I hope this was helpful, if you have any more questions, please let me know.
I done tvs ultrasound today the result say that i have minimal fluid at endrometrial cavity and at the culdesac.do i have to worry?
hi, the results have to be interpreted in light with your clinical history otherwise it is difficult to comment. The freefluid in sac may come from a ruptured ovarian follicle which is normal, infection, ruptured ectopic and so on. Fluid in the endometrium may come from infection. Please upload a detailed clinical history and examination findings for a better opinion. Dr Madhuri Bagde Ob Gyn