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Dilated fallopian tube and cyst on ovary

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two years ago i had a internal scan of my tubes and overies, when i called to find out the results i was told there was nothing showing but if i needed follow up care i would be sent letter, I did not recieve anything, two years later i asked for a copy of my medical notes and noticied that the scan showed I had a dilated fallopian tube and a cyst o my overy, would this have got worse in the 2 years?

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replied June 25th, 2010
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If you are not having any abnormal symptoms like bleeding or pelvic pain, do not worry about worsening of the ovarian cyst.
The fallopian tube being dilated should be re-investigated to see the current status.
Discuss with your gynecologist about getting a repeat scan and hormonal analysis along with a thorough examination.
All the best.

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