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    complex cystic lesion
    An_241364 posted:
    was diagnosed with a complex cystic lesion in my left ovary and it states its a indeterminate lesion. I'm not sure what all this mean. My mother and cousin had ovarian cancer and 3 out of 4 aunts have had breast cancer and both grandmothers have passed away from breast cancer. Is this something i should worry about, does it go away on it's own. not sure if i'm worring about nothing. please help if you can. thanks
    RoseLynn02 responded:
    I have had ovarian cysts & mine just went away...painfully but they went away. I was on bed rest with one because they were afraid that if it burst it could twist my ovary & that would of required surgery to correct. I can't recall if it was a complex cystic lesion though. I do know cysts are common for women to get though & typically they are non-cancerous.

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