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Haemorrhagic cyst
I am unmarried. I had a laparoscopy for endometriosis on 28th Oct, 16. After one month from laparoscopy, I was prescribed with duphaston from 5th - 25th day of menstrual cycle and after completing 3 months from surgery a sonography was advised. I got sonography done on 31st of January which said that I have cystic lesion with internal echoes and septations in left adenaxae about 4.3×4.2cm. The impression of sonography mentioned haemorrhagic cyst. My gynaecologist said it's just a functional cyst and will gradually go away. My medicines were changed to femilon, which are to be taken from next cycle. I just want a second opinion regarding this. Is it normal or should I be concerned? I have attached my USG report to this post.
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hello, Your ultrasound reports indicate hemorrhage cyst. Repeat the scan after three months.
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Get a CA 125 done to know about the endometriosis activity
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Hello, your U/S report is haemorrhagic cyst so you should repeat scan after three months. Normally these functional cysts resolve spontaneously.consult your Doctor again for endometriosis.
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Hello. The cyst could be a hemorrhagic cyst which is fairly common in reproductive age group or it could be an endometriotic cyst. Latter is unlikely because you are already on treatment. I agree with your doctor's advice. The cyst will reduce in another few menstrual cycles. Repeat an ultrasound after 3 months of femilon to reassess size of cyst. Preferably have the same radiologist do the ultrasound
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