Four things you need to know about the removal of ovarian cysts

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Before removal of suspected ovarian cysts, gynecologists often require additional examinations, such as ultrasound and CA-125 blood tests. Ultrasound can help doctors better understand your ovaries and show her the size and exact location of cysts. In addition, gynecologists sometimes require a CA-125 test if the risk of ovarian cancer increases. The level of CA-125 protein in blood was measured by CA-125 test. Ca-125 levels above 35 indicate an increased likelihood of cyst canceration. It is important to recognize that the CA-125 test is not perfect. Sometimes women without cancer have higher levels of ca-125, while women with cancer may have lower levels of ca-125. Before excision of suspected ovarian cysts, gynecologists often require additional examinations, such as ultrasound and CA-125 blood tests. Ultrasound can help doctors better understand your ovaries and show her the size and exact location of cysts. In addition, gynecologists sometimes require a CA-125 test if the risk of ovarian cancer increases. The level of CA-125 protein in blood was measured by CA-125 test. Ca-125 levels above 35 indicate an increased likelihood of cyst canceration. It is important to recognize that the CA-125 test is not perfect. Sometimes women without cancer have higher levels of ca-125, while women with cancer may have lower levels of ca-125.

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