i had undergo twice ovarian cyst operation before. currently i am having another 2 ovarian cyst again which is 4cm and 5.5cm. a gynae said no need to remove that cyst n keep on trying but a gynae suggest to remove it.can i keep trying without remove it?


The good news is that most

The good news is that most cysts will go away by themselves in a few weeks. Usually, a cyst will be removed if it is cancerous, or suspected to be cancerous, larger than two inches in diameter, solid or filled with debris or irregularly shaped. If your ovarian cyst is causing pain, is ruptured or has caused your ovary to twist, it will also need to be surgically removed. With an ultrasound, the doctor can see the cyst's shape, size , location, and mass—if it is fluid-filled, solid, or mixed. You can keep trying, but the GYN should be checking the cysts at least every other month.
best wishes,
Angie Best-Boss

 
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