Went to the er on 11/30/2012 because i had felt a lump on my lower left abdomen. Doctor ran blood and urine pregnancy tests all came up negative. Performed a catscan on me that day, and said i had multiple cysts on both ovaries. In the report for my obgyn he stated bilateral cystic adnexal masses right:2.3cm and left:3.2cm as well as bilateral periadnexal free fluid as well as a small amount of free fluid in pelvis. Earlier this year I had been treated for chlymadia. I was wondering if anyone could help me understand this. I'm scared its ovarian cancer or that i may be infertile. P.S. I have a visit to the obgyn tomorrow but would like to put my mind at ease a little bit...Thank you for your timeView Thread
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