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Menopausal, partial hysterectomy, transvaginal ultrasound done. What does report mean? Excruciating pain after examination

I am 51 menaposal, partial hysterectomy in 2000. Had a transvaginal ultrasound findings:3 complex left ovarian cysts1.1,1.6,2.5 cmeach w/ internal echoes & illdefined margins. Simple right para ovarian cyst 2 cm. no free pelic fluid.findings: right ovary2.1x1.3x2 cm.flow with Doppler. Left ovary 3.3 x2.6 x2.5 cm. 3 complex hypos bloc cysts w/i ovary. Culdesac normal- no significant free fluid or mass. What does this mean?? Why am I in excruciating pain since exam?? Thanks...silly woman w/ 3 brain surgeries...should have realized no such thing as a free lunch . My surgeries plus divorce has left me broke.. Sucks to be me. Sorry for bothering you.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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this type of scan used to help asses the cause of problem such as abnormalbleeding.ovarian mass any proplem in pelvic organs and problem like pain and discomfort.some time examination is painfull just because of its uncomfortable procedure.some time freefluid is detected due to inflammation.a tiny amount fluid is normal.there is no known side effect orcomplication of transvaginal ultrasound.
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