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Unilateral ovarian cyst covered with hermogenic fluid, cyst near pelvis with a dental remnant between wall and ovary. Will I lose both ovaries ?

hi I have a unilateral ovarian cyst , one is 58x51x60mm and is covered with hermogenic fiuid which I have is covering most of my ovaries and have a tooth and fat and on right side have a similar cyst but my pelvis with a density cartilage refer to as a dental remnant and my cyst is on the side between wall and ovary could i loose both my ovaries I am 28 and I not have children as i want to have kids in future, will I lose my chance in having kids.
Asked On : Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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Hi, thanks for writing..
It sounds like you have a dermoid cyst in the right side.. If cyst wall is removable, most of the ovary will be preserved after removing the cyst.. If the left ovary is normal, there is no need to remove it.. There is no problem in future pregnancy if it is a dermoid cyst.. Hope I have answered your query.. Good day..
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