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Help with ruptured ovarian cyst?

A: 18 Jun 2011 Seek medical help. Recently my friends mom had a operation regarding this, since the surgery she has felt way better. You can''t overcome this by yourself, or on your own, you must seek help. Votes:+0CommentVote upReport shebop 18 Jun 2011thanks tj, I guess I should have explained my ordeal a bit more. I just seen my PCP on wed and she is aware, also have a appt sched w gyn next week. I''m prescribed oxycodone 5-10mg every 6hrs prn and also take lyrica. I guess I''m looking to hear from people with similiar situations. I''m still in pain and can''t get comfortable, barely able to move. Just wondering if any1 has suggestions on how to get comfortable. Guess, I''ll give sleep a try again. Shebop auntniknik 18 Jun 2011Shebop, it has been many years! Have you tried the body pillows...


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What is an ovarian cyst and what causes ovarian cyst?

A: ovarian cysts ARE HARMLESS : ovarian cysts are small fluid-filled sacs that develop in a woman's ovaries. Most cysts are harmless, but some may cause problems such as rupturing, bleeding, or pain. ovarian cysts affect women of all ages. The vast majority of ovarian cysts are considered FUNCTIONAL (or physiologic) or simple cyst. In other words, they have nothing to do with disease. Most ovarian cysts are benign, meaning they are NOT cancerous, and many DISAPPEAR on their own in a matter of weeks without treatment....
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Can ovarian cysts become cancerous?

A: This page tells you about ovarian cysts and whether they can become cancerous. There is information about ovarian cystsTests to check for ovarian cancerUK guidelines for ovarian cysts ovarian cystsovarian cysts are very common. They are fluid filled swellings on the surface of the ovary. You can get them both before and after the menopause, but they are more common in younger women. You can have one or more cysts on one ovary (unilateral) or on both ovaries (bilateral). Most
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How Do I Treat ovarian Cyst Pain?

A: You can treat ovarian cyst pain in a variety of ways. The most common way of treating pain associated with ovarian cysts is an over the counter pain medication such as acetaminophen. Your doctor may also prescribe you birth control pills, remove the cysts, or give you a prescription pain medication. Treatments should be determined based on the size of the cyst, whether it is growing, and how severe the pain is. Most women are able to treat ovarian cyst pain by using over the counter pain medications. Pain may be worse during their monthly menstrual cycles, and there are drugs available for this type of discomfort. In most cases, pain is not continuous but occurs in...


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What are Some ovarian Cyst Symptoms?

A: There are many things that may indicate you have an ovarian cyst, yet ovarian cyst symptoms are not always present. Some women have an occasional cyst without being aware of it, if these cysts are small they may recess without pain or problem. ovarian cyst symptoms can sometimes be difficult to recognize because they may be similar to symptoms of other conditions involving the abdomen, like appendicitis. Other conditions affect the reproductive system and have symptoms similar to an ovarian cyst. These conditions include ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis, cancer of the ovaries and pelvic inflammatory disease. ovarian cyst symptoms may be...
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What are ovarian cysts?

A: ovarian cysts are fluid filled bodies that form on ovaries, and there are many types that may have few to many symptoms. Many women will get an ovarian cyst occasionally, and most are unlikely to notice the fact since the cyst will generally recess on its own with no treatment. Other cysts may grow large, become painful, and run the danger of rupturing, which can harm the ovary and is a medical emergency. The most common types of ovarian cysts are called functional cysts, and these occur when something goes wrong during ovulation. An ovary produces a follicle each month, which is similar to a cyst, and this releases...
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What Are Bilateral ovarian cysts?

A: Bilateral ovarian cysts are independent sacs of fluid that form on both ovaries at the same time. Considered a rare medical condition that can necessitate surgery, bilateral ovarian cysts can cause a variety of signs and symptoms prior to their detection. Serious complications can occur if bilateral ovarian cysts rupture, including ovarian torsion.. The formation of cysts on both ovaries can occur when there is a disruption in the release of luteinizing hormone (LH) during a woman’s menstrual cycle or if fluid collects in a vacated follicle following egg release. During menstruation, it is the...


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ovarian Cyst abnormal bleeding?

A: The surface area of an ovary sometimes has sacs that are filled with fluid and these sacs are known as ovarian cysts. ovarian cysts are common amongst women and are mostly harmless and do not cause any discomfort and tend to disappear without any specific treatment. Only those ovarian cysts that are potential threats, wherein they may rupture, are treated. There are no specific symptoms that might guide you to the occurrence or presence of ovarian cysts. Menstrual irregularity, nausea, breast tenderness, unexpected pressure on your bladder or pain in the pelvic region before periods and...
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What can I do to get ride of an ovarian cyst?

A: An ovarian cyst is a sac filled with fluid that resembles a blister of sorts. These cysts are common among women in the years that they reproduce and they are basically growths that form on the almond size organs on either side of a uterus. More often than not these ovarian cysts are a harmless and go away without any form of treatment. In definition the ovaries are supposed to produce an egg every month. When a woman ovulates, a cyst-like structure called a follicle forms inside the ovary. When the follicle matures, it ruptures and the egg is released during this time of ovulation. The corpus leteum then goes on to form the empty follicle and if the woman is not pregnant then this corpus...
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ovarian cysts, how common are they? Has anyone here had one and had to have it removed?

A: I did have one on one of my ovaries causing me a great deal of pain. I had it removed by laproscopic surgery and never had any problems. Recovery time was about a week. My aunt had one removed the size of a grapefruit when she had a c-section for her baby. It grew bigger because of all the vitamins she was taking for the baby. She was okay and has had a few since. After about a week and a half she is usually back to normal and can take care of her kids again. I had a couple when I was about 17. They hurt terribly, but I never had surgery. My doctor told me to just rest and they would burst on their own…. It sounds worse than it is I had laparoscopic surgery (thru the belly button) for what was supposed to be an ovarian cyst. It turned out to be a very small...


 
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