Multiple small fibroids and cervix with multiple nabothian cysts Help

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MRI PELVIS GYNECOLOGICAL

the uterus measures 84mm by 53mm with no significant endometrial thickening. the functional zone appears thickened with Multiple small fibroids causing mild heterogeneity of the outer endometrium with no evidence of significant adenomyosis. Normal appearance of the cervix with multiple nabothian cysts in the endocervical canal.

within the left adnexa there is a 42mm×34mm well circumscribed cyst which demonstrates high signal on T2 and low signal on theT1 weighted sequences with of small amount of meniscual layering noted inferiorly which is high signal on the T1-weighted/T1 fat saturated images in keeping with a small amount of blood layering within the cyst.

has anyone got similar reports please share as I'm worried .

I had laparoscopy surgery in January included 5 keyhole, removal of burst right ovarian cyst and DNC since I'm unwell.

Recently been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and on going urine infection is this all connected with my opp and reports? someone please help.

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    you should ask your doctor for a detailed explanation. u have The right to know. I do know that the nabothian cysts are not harmful. I have had numerous ones. they don’t really do anything with them.

    looks like your uterine tissue is not thickened and the cervix is normal. So that’s good.

    Just have them explain what went on with the cyst on the cervix and are they waiting for any other reports.

    Type two diabetes can be controlled with lifestyle changes and medication and the urine infection can be cleared up with a specific antibiotic. you should speak with a nutritionist that your doctor can recommend regarding the diabetes.

    so remember to get a better explanation to put your mind at ease. If we don’t speak up then we never get answers and feel uneasy all the time. Take care

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