Septated ovarian cyst

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Hi all, I'm hoping someone Mey be able to help, my ultrasound and internal scan came back as follows:

Uterius 10cm by 5.7 cm by 6cm with a posterior subserosal fibroid 2.3 by 2.6 cm,

Endometrium 6.6 mm,

Left overy 5.5 cm by 3.4 by 3.7 cm Septated cyst.

My periods have been healthy since sterilised in 2006 but this past 8 months heavier and the past 3 maths constant, also with the past 2 maths extreme bloating and tiredness and having to use the toilet a lot! My gp order the Ca125 and it came back the next morning ok but I can't shake the worry, has anyone got any similar experience?

Many thanks

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    I had a septated cyst, around 30cm removed. They advised me they suspected it was malignant, however it wasn't it was borderline. Truth is they don't actually know until the cyst is removed and tested. It's difficult but try not to worry or google as it really doesn't help. Good luck xx
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      Thank you sue47868, I'm not sure what to expect as the doctor has put my referrel through to hospital as urgent, I hope your ok and thank you for your reply x
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    Hi , I seen the consultant at the hospital and she said the cyst is classed as complex and how it needs to be removed and put me down as urgent for the operation. She said how she will try keyhole but will investigate via the camera first and I may need to be cut instead of keyhole but she won't know till the day. Has anyone had anything simular as I'm very worried. Many thanks

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      Yep.. Going through this now. 

      Was told my cyst was complex - I saw the mural nodule - which, frankly, scared the hell out of me... and I do have a septation.

      Got repeat TVUS - still there..

      Took ca 125... it was good... no free fluid.  No blood flow...

      I still got scared enough and tired enough of waiting... Going in next week to say goodbye to my last ovary... and hope that it's not cancer.

      Same for you, Lucy... Keep posting and I will try to do the same.


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