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Have recurring pelvic pain. Ultrasound shows left ovarian cyst. Uterine cancer?

I m 44 with chronic recurring pelvic pain although usually mild except for left sided middleschmertz. Recent ultrasound found heterogeneous prominence of the endometrial echo, some fibroids and a left ovarian cyst . I have three kids (done childbearing now) and very frustrated with severe menstrual bleeding or sometimes ovulating spotting or lingering menstrual discharge. Usually just have one week I feel good. This month post menstruation I didn t feel good. Should I be worried about uterine cancer and what s the best diagnostic test to find out?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Mittelschmerz is a benign condition characterized by pain at mid cycle during ovulation. That is completely benign condition not anyway related to malignancy. Fibroid may lead to excessive menstrual bleeding, imaging will be helpful, in case of other suspicious lesions hyeteroscopic biopsy may be taken consult your gynaecologist.
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