through a ct scan, fluid was detected in the cul de sac in the pelvic area. Also have ovarian cysts. Is the fluid dangerous if from a cysts? Will it be reabsorbed by the body?
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replied August 12th, 2008
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Your doctor should talk to you about your scan. Do you have a follow up appointment? If you don't, and are worried, give your doctor a call. Keeping you informed about your health is his job.
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replied April 17th, 2009
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I have been diagnosed with pericolonic inflammatory changes and noted fluid, mild dissention of pultiple segments of small bowels with air fluid consistent with ileus and trace of fluid in plevic cul-de-sac. No hydronephrosis or pericolnic absess.
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