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Hi, I can an ovarian cyst in my left ovary which is almost 34mm the doctor said it will disappear on its own but it did not nor they gave me any medicine.But now its been almost been 5 months and the cyst is still there the same size along with it I can small follicles in both ovaries. They gave me daine 35 now. Do you think it will cure the cyst and the follicles and what type of cyst is it. My age is 22 and I have also been diagnosed with TB which is nearly cured I have been on my medicine for 6 months now. Till will really help if you consider my question.


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replied February 25th, 2018
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Hello.
Welcome to this forum.
A cyst can be anything ranging from some benign form to grave one. Size, content of the cyst and USG finding along with the hormonal tests are there to determine the type. If you have no associated symptoms.... Do not worry. Just go through some routine checkup as 34 my cyst is never an issue. But if you have symptoms, you need a CT scan and hormonal tests accordingly to know the nature of the cyst.
Hope I can address your query. Please visit your doctor if there is any further confusion as without a clinical examination it is not possible to opine through an online medical forum.


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