Mar 02, 2011 - 4:06 pm
I am a 50 year old woman and premenapause. I recently found out I have a couple of cysts on my ovaries one being simple and one complex. I have had the CA-125 test and was told it was normal but dont have the actual numbers. I did receive a copy of the recent ultrasound and it is below, it honestly is greek to me and the fact I was not told about these cysts for a year from the doctors office I am slighly concerned. I am scheduled to have another ultrasound in August on the wait and see approach. Can someone tell me what the below means, it is the acutal ultrasound report I copied and pasted;
The uterus is of normal size and shape 9.4 X 5.5 X4.1 centimeters. No uterine masses are seen. Teh endometrium measures about 6 millimters thickness. There is a nabothlan cyst measuring about 1 centimeter in diameter. The left ovary is unremarkable except for a small follicle. The is redemonstration of a mildly lobulated right ovarian cyst. This measure 2.8 X 2.2 X 2.1 centimeters, which is not significatly changed from the prior study, This is redomstration of some solid appearing material in the dependent portion with posterior shadowing suggesting possible calcification. There is no free fluid.
One other thing, I had in the past a cyrosurgery on my cervix for precancerous cells (about 20 years ago).