I am sorry to say that the report doesn't sound good! If I saw this report, I would be extremely concerned about the possibility of a cancer in the ovary. What they are seeing is a grapefruit sized "baloon" filled with fluid and also containing solid tissue that looks kind of like broccoli (best way I can describe it).
If you were my patient, I would send you to a Gynecologic Oncologist tomorrow. Make sure you get a specialist in gynecologic cancers, as if it is cancer, having a surgery done by a specialist (as opposed to a general gynecologist) will improve the prognosis.
They are the most skilled surgeons, and there is no downside to having your surgery done by a specialist even if it isn't cancer. I certainly hope it isn't!
Hi Dr Brown
My large Pelvic Mass was removed surgically TAH/BSO/OMENTECTOMY. Pathology revealed Endometroid Adenocarcinoma. Staged 1A Para aortic nodes negative. I will receive regular monitoring this will include pelvic examination CA125with no requriement for chemotherapy. Would this be practice within the USA, what follow up would be given. I live in Cyprus but I am British. Thankyou for your kind advice I have been told it is very rare to catch Ovarian cancer this early i am so lucky . Thankyou once more Regards April