I would have liked to know your age and the age at which your relatives developed ovarian cancer
. Anyways, what you should do is get a blood test
done called CA-125
. If it is elevated then the chances of you having ovarian cancer are high (the higher the level, the more the risk). In that case you will have to undergo surgery for ovarian cancer by a cancer surgeon. If it is normal, then the chances of you having ovarian cancer are much less (though not zero)., in which case you should repeat the CT scan
after 2-3 months. If the cysts persist or increase in size, then also you should undergo surgery. If they decrease or disappear, forget them. Meanwhile, take adequate pain killers for the pain.