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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 of ovarian cysts. I''m wondering if that might be what''s causing it. ...
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How can i get rid of an ovarian cyst?

A: Although many ovarian cysts dissolve by themselves, you can not sit and wait for that time to come. You need an appropriate treatment to treat them. If other methods of treatment fail surgery is recommended if the growth of the cyst is large enough or if the cyst is persistent, growing, on both ovaries causing pain or solid or shaped irregularly and if a lady has not reached her puberty yet. Decrease the consumption of oily fatty and fried foods as far as possible. Also reduce the visible fat and try to switch on a vegan diet. Include lots of fresh fruits and vegetables like beets, carrots, oranges, broccoli, dark green leafy vegetables and lemons. There is no such magic remedy to get rid...
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Pl suggest some remedy for ovarian cysts and blocked fallopin tubes

A: A mixture of beet, molasses and aloe vera is beneficial. Hormonal imbalance results in ovarian cysts and hormone injections are helpful, provided, performed under the guidance of a physician. Studies are underway regarding the efficacy of essential oils, such as sage oil, rose oil, almond oil and geranium oil, in curing ovarian cysts. Prevention of pelvic inflammatory disease helps in protecting the fallopian tube from blockage. This is a serious condition, as blockage might lead to infertility. Refer a gynaecologist for help....
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Acupuncture points for ovarian cyst

A: i want to know the exact acupuncture points for ovarian cyst...


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  Are these symptoms from my ovarian cyst?

A: Hi, The symptoms that you mentioned could be due to various factors like hormonal fluctuations, prematuremenopause, premenstrual syndrome, ovarian cysts, tumors etc. ovarian cysts usually manifest with irregularperiods, nausea, vomiting, lower abdominal pain, cramps, pain upon urination or bowel movement etc. For confirmation you need to get a endovaginal ultrasound, Ct scan abdomen, blood work for hormones andphysical examination by a OB/GYN specialist. Best....


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What does it mean if i have free fluid in my pelvis due to ovarian cyst rupture?

A: ovarian cysts are fluid filled sacs occurring over the surface of the ovary. These are mainly functional innature. When rupture of such cysts takes place the fluid that is contained in them spills in the lower abdomenand pelvis. Also, there is a chance of hemorrhage to happen when rupture of cyst occurs. Other symptoms ofovarian cyst rupture include fever, abdominal sharp piercing pain, bloating and nausea or vomiting. I wouldrecommend that you consult a OB/GYN specialist immediately as this can lead to peritonitis and sepsis. Best....


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14 WKS OF PREGNANT WITH ovarian cyst 7CM?IT IS RISKY? WHAT PREVENTION SHALL WE DO/

A: Hi, ovarian cysts of small size without increasing in size with progressing pregnancy pose no threat topregnancy, but if the cysts are increasing in size and are more than 6cms require surgical intervention.Surgical treatment should be considered in the second trimester between 14-16 weeks. Laparoscopy or opensurgery methods are usually employed depending upon the size of the cyst. Best....


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18 year old diagnosed with an ovarian cyst on the left side. Pain appears to be in right side.Wh

A: Hi. There are 2 ovaries on each side in a female. ovarian cysts are small fluid-filled sacs that develop in awoman''s ovaries. There is both medical as well as surgical treatment available. It will depend on thesize and type of cyst that you have. Surgery may be required to remove the cyst if it is too large. Pleaseconsult a gynaec for detailed evaluation...


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WHY DO ovarian cystS OCCUR AFTER PARTIAL HYSTERECTOMIES, AND WHY DO DOCTORS WANT TO WAIT AND WATCH INSTEAD OF JUST REMOVING?

A: I TOO MAY HAVE ovarian cystS (WAITING FOR DOCTOR TO CONFIRM CT SCAN).  MY PARTIAL HYSTERECTOMY (KEPT OVARIES) WAS 1 YEAR AGO.  I HAVE BEEN COMPLAINING ABOUT PAIN AND NOW I FIND OUT THAT ONE OF THE cystS IS 7.0 X 4.2 CM.  THAT SOUNDS LARGE TO ME.  DO YOU KNOW WHAT SIZE YOURS ARE?...
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I think I have a ruptured ovarian cyst. Its been hurting on my left side andradiating down my thiegh and butt. Its hurtfor 4 days, and I get nauseous fromthe pain. Naproxen seems to help.I just had a gush of clear fluid, is thisnormal?Orpossibly a sympt

A: Hi,Left-sided pain could be due to several reasons such as ovarian cysts, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatorydisease, tubal pregnancy, kidney and bladder infections, abdominal conditions such as tumors, abscesses,infections etc. Rupture of a cyst may cause severe pain, nausea, vomiting and bleeding from the vagina. Iwould advise caution while using painkillers without knowing the exact cause as they can cause serious sideeffects. The clear fluid could be normal vaginal discharge or the sign of an infection. It is best to see adoctor to determine the exact cause, especially since the pain is severe. Hope this helps. Take care....
 
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