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What causes an ovarian cyst?

A: The exact cause of ovarian cysts is not known, but they tend to form when the ovary produces too much of the hormone estrogen. ovarian cysts are most often caused by ovulation.  These are called functional cysts and they tend to dissolve over a 2-3 month period.  Some ovarian cysts are caused by a hormonal irregularity called polycystic ovarian syndrome in which the entire ovary is filled with numerous cysts...


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Possibility of ovarian cysts

A: Current medical status: For the past few months my periods have been very dark in color, but normal in length and date. I figured it was just because I started taking birth control about 6 or 7 months ago. Last month, however, I had a strange pressure/pain on the lower left side of my abdomen. I went to the doctor a couple of times and they took an x-ray and did blood work and chalked the pain up to gas and constipation. This past week however, I have been feeling a similar pressure in my abdomen which is also radiating down into my pelvic area. I''m also experiencing more gas than usual. At the time of my doctors visits both doctors asked me if I had a family history
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Is There A Natural Way To Get Rid of ovarian cysts?

A: ovarian cysts are sacs which are filled with fluids and lie within ovaries. Exact cause of ovarian cyst is not known but these can cause cycle irregularities, lower abdominal pain, abdominal cramps during periods, painful intercourse, infertility, nausea, vomiting, breast tenderness and feeling of fullness. These cysts can be treated by birth control pills and laparoscopic diathermy. There are many herbs which can be used to treat ovarian cysts. There are some reports which suggest use of ginger to treat this condition....
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menstral period seizure for 4months.pregnancy test negative.increase in size of breasts of 2weeks duration.increaseassociated with sharp pain.breast examination done.no mass found.history of ovarian cyst.

A: Hi,History of ovarian cyst is the key to your diagnosis. ovarian cysts and PCOD can cause menstrual disturbances.The excess estrogen will cause the breasts to become tender. Please get an ultrasonography done and consult agynecologist for starting hormonal therapy. Keep us posted for any further queries. Hope this helps you. Takecare and regards!...


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  I''ve had a history of ovarian cysts and a little over a year ago I had amiscarriage. I''ve only been with one guy andhe''s only been with me.I''ve beenput on Yaz for my cramps, four months ago and the first three months my periodswereregular and lasted abo

A: Hi, Frequent irregular periods can happen due to various reasons, primarily due to hormonal imbalances. Useof Yaz can show effect on menstrual periods. Various disorders like thyroid diseases, polycystic ovaries,endometriosis etc can cause frequent irregular periods. I would recommend that you consult a OBG specialistfor ultrasound abdomen and pelvic examination along with a hormonal profile for further confirmation on thecause for irregular bleeding. Best....


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What are the sympyoms of ovarian cyst?

A: 19 Nov 2011 go to another dr for an second opinion or demand an ultra sound, if you are having pains in the areas where you cysts could be like a side pain, then most likely, well in my case it was cysts, and also cysts that burst, thats the most painfull, because the fluid from the cysts swoosh back and forth. my dr says that there is no worry about infections when it burst unlest there is blood in the fluid when it bursts, thats called a cholcolate cyst. hope this helped Votes:+0CommentVote upReport litlmommag 20 Nov 2011I agree go to another dr oor to the er pain where you are talkinking about can be a cycst but rememger appendix is up near the ribs it can

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Does the depo contraceptive increase the risk of ovarian cysts?

A: The Clinical Effectiveness Unit of the Faculty of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care answered a similar question in 2004.  Their question related to the use of depo medroxyprogesterone acetate in women with existing benign ovarian cysts [1].  However, their answer appears to cover your initial question: “The CEU identified no evidence to suggest that benign, functional, ovarian cysts represent a contraindication to, or reported undesirable effect of, depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA). When used as a depot contraceptive, DMPA consistently inhibits ovulation and...
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History of ovarian cysts - Having Pain Currently

A: Hi mommy2baz, Yes I agree that googling stuff is a very good way to scare the crap out of you. Try googling something common like a headache and you will get hits like brain tumour and stroke (!). Your gynecologist might recommend that you have an ultrasound if the pain continues. Since you have a history of ovarian cysts then guess what ? They may find another one. Hopefully if this is the case it will go away on its own like most do. Persistent pelvic pain is definitely something you need to see your gyne about though so you are certainly on the right track. Many things besides cancer can cause this kind of pain including endometriosis,...


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causes of ovarian pain

A: According to the data you reported, you might be experiencing connective tissue that have developed after a heavy pelvic infection. You did not mention one, but if the miscarriages were spontaneous, a chronic inflammation might have caused both the miscarriages and the connective tissue. Unfortunately, the ultrasound might not be enough to diagnose this condition and a laparoscopy might be needed as suggested by your gynecologist. On the other hand, if the pain appears only in certain days of your period, then you might want to be checked for endometriosis....


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What are the symptoms of ovarian cysts?

A: HI, hun just noticed nobody has responded to you, i can not tell you what the symptoms of a cyst are, but just wanted to reply to see how you are doing? Hello, Most definitely the odds of having an ovarian cyst far outweigh the odds of having ovarian cancer ... by a lot. ovarian cysts are extremely common and most ovarian cysts are benign growths. If you have ovarian cysts that are fluid filled and 5 cms or less, most likely these are normal follicular cysts that will disappear by...


 
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