Ovarian Cysts

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services , Office on Women’s Health womenshealth.gov. 1-800-994-9662 …

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Ovarian Cysts
Q: What are ovaries?, womenshealth.gov, 1-800-994-9662, TDD: 1-888-220-5446, Q: What are ovarian cysts?, Follicle cysts. Corpus luteum cysts. Endometriomas (EN-doh-MEEtree-OH-muhs). Cystadenomas (siss-tahd-uhNOH-muhs). Dermoid (DUR-moid) cysts. Q: How are ovarian cysts found?, Polycystic (pol-ee-SISS-tik), ovaries. An ultrasound. Q: What are the symptoms of, ovarian cysts?, A pregnancy test. Hormone level tests. A blood test. Laparoscopy (lap-uh-ROSSkuh-pee), Laparotomy (lap-uh-ROT-uhmee), Q: How are cysts treated?, Watchful waiting. Birth control pills. Q: Can ovarian cysts be prevented?, Surgery. Q: When are women most likely to, have ovarian cysts?, Agency for Healthcare Research &, American College of Obstetricians, Quality (AHRQ), HHS, and Gynecologists (ACOG), Eunice Kennedy Shriver National, Institute of Child Health and Human, American Society for Reproductive, Development (NICHD), NIH, HHS, Medicine (ASRM), InterNational Council on Infertility, American Academy of Family, Information Dissemination, Inc. Physicians (AAFP), (INCIID)

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