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Pelvic ultrasound shows anemia, cyst in right ovary. Chances of cancerous cyst?

Hi, I had got my pelvic ultrasound done and blood tests which showed I had anemia and a cyst on my right ovary...Nothing much was told to me whether or not its cancerous, what are the next steps why its was developed in the first place.I am not married and do not have any children , I am 32yrs female of Asian Descent...The doc told me that they will take another ultrasound after 3months
Asked On : Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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You have anemia that means low Hemoglobin ,it common in females of your age as there is blood loss and many times intake of Iron and other vitamin may be deficient. It should be confirmed first that deficiency of iron exist , then it may be corrected by diet as well as oral iron supplimentation.
Green leafy vegetables and if you are nonvegetarian you can take red meat.
Pay attention to correction of anemia.Have Hemoglobin more than 12 Gms%
A cyst may be small and definately benign that means noncacerous.
Some time they need to be just followed up disappear by themself.Some time if any infection is suspected a course of medicines heals them
Do not worry
Good luck to you
Answered: Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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