Dermoid cysts of the ovary are fairly common and most often affect young women around the age of 30. They are often discovered during a routine pelvic exam, as they generally cause no symptoms. Surgical removal is usually recommended and laparoscopic surgery is the preferred method.
Depending on the position of the cyst within the ovary, it may be necessary to remove a portion of or the entire ovary. In this case, a woman may wonder about her fertility potential. If the remaining ovarian tissue is normal, a woman may still ovulate, menstruate, and conceive a pregnancy. Even if one ovary is completely removed, the other ovary is stimulated and continues to produce eggs, so that conception can occur.
so,CALM DOWN IT WILL NOT AFFECT YOUR FERTILITY if your ovaries (even though one ovary)are doing well