Cyst On Overies

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shaquana - November 7

can a cyst on the overies cause cancers?

 

Christine - November 8

A cyst on your ovaries can be cancerous but is not likely in woman before menapause. Most cysts are fluid/blood filled and come and go within the monthly cycle...some grow and need to be drained and removed..all cysts should be checked if they do not dissappear within a few months.

 

STEPHANIE - November 14

IS IT COMMON TO HAVE CYST ON BOTH OVERIES

 

Christine - November 15

Yes Stephanie, a lot of woman do get cysts on both ovaries...but once again if it continues to be a problem you need to have them checked out...you may have something that is making them come...they can put you on hormones and such to stop that from happening.

 

Claire - April 14

Cysts on ovaries are not uncommon during the first three months of pregnancy. Cysts can be cancerous in 5% of cases but in 95% are not. You can get a blood test to tell if its cancerous , which is what they did for me and mine were fine. Apparently your levels of cancerous cells can be higher in pregnancy and that is fine but a hospital should be able to take a view on that.

 

Claire - April 15

I was also told you should never have a cyst drained in the first trimester as your baby may well die.

 

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