Ovarian cysts and delayed periods

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Gynecological conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and uterine cysts or polyps, can also bring about alteration in menstrual cycle. However, pregnancy is still the most common cause of delayed or missed period. So if there is a history of any unprotected intercourse then pregnancy should be ruled out. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
Gynecological conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and uterine cysts or polyps, can also bring about alteration in menstrual cycle. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
Hi, There are many reasons for delayed periods like - anaemia, unexplained or sudden weight gain or weight loss, hypothyroidism, and ovarian cysts, polycystic disease of the ovary and stress. The cyst may be the reason in your case and a follow up with a gynaecologist and an ultrasound scan will be necessary. Consult your Doctor. Take care & good luck.
I am currently 20 years old, have been having irregular and extremely heavy periods for 12 years. I have been going back and forth to various doctors within my surgery, who have told me a variety of things: 1) Lose weight, 2) I have depression and it's all in my head, 3) To go on the pill (went on all of them.... made it worse! and 4) I have Asperger's Syndrome so I am more likely to be over exaggerating. Anyway, after having a blood test after time number 80 of visiting my G.
As for me, I felt better for only a few weeks. I called my Gyn back and was sent for another ultrasound. The cysts were back--basically to the same size as before surgery. So I had to go back in for a bilateral ovary removal. I'm not telling you this to give you something else to worry about...just make sure you listen to your body and never hesitate to call the office for anything you feel is abnormal. If you have any questions-- just ask, I may be able to help.
Gynecological conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and uterine cysts or polyps, can also bring about alteration in menstrual cycle. However, pregnancy is still the most common cause of delayed or missed period. So if there is a history of any unprotected intercourse then pregnancy should be ruled out. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
Gynecological conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and uterine cysts or polyps, can also bring about alteration in menstrual cycle. However, pregnancy is still the most common cause of delayed or missed period. So if there is a history of any unprotected intercourse then pregnancy should be ruled out. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
Its been about 1 year now and I have bloating (I look like Im 6 months pregnant), lower pelvic pain, spotting, painful urnination, constant urination, when I do get my period its all clots. Did this turn into something else? What's the difference between fibroids and ovarian cysts? how can you tell the difference? Please Help.
There are several reasons why a woman have delayed menstruation and this could be due to unhealthy diet, stress (emotional or physical), sudden weight gain or loss, caffeine, alcohol, and smoking. Gynecological conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and uterine cysts or polyps, can also bring about alteration in menstrual cycle. However, pregnancy is still the most common cause of delayed or missed period.
It's very common to have irregular periods when you have cysts and especially if you have PCOS like myself. Good luck and please demand the attention you need or switch doctors. Let us know how it goes.
til tat i got periods every month though it used 2 either get delayed by 4-5 days or come 2-3 days earlier.in short u cud cal it irregular.bt i hear those periods tat com in 35days r normal.so i considered it normal.. aft my last periods tats Jan 6th i had a smal pain on my left lower abdomen n doc said it 2 b infection in d uterus.(d prev month i'd a urinary infection als).
Sexually rarely active. My periods got delayed and instead of 30 days I got in 50 days. I don't know what kind of cyst this is. Is this cancerous? No clue whatsoever. The nurse tells me it is common and they tend to shrink over time but if my periods don't show up properly next month, I am asked to visit the office again. I don't know what to do. I am now getting pain on my upper right abdomen.
I am 27, and have been having abdominal pain, nausea, tiredness, delayed, heavy periods, etc. In January was the worst. I had horrible pelvic pain and felt swollen. Went to a gyno for my yearly, mentioned these symptoms and she thought nothing of them. She even sent me to a gastro and I had a colonoscopy because I told her I had pain with sex and a history of IBS, and she said the bowel is "right there" so I should go see a gastro doctor.
I then started to feel lower abdominal pain so I got an internal pelvic ultrasound which - confirmed im not pregnant - but also showed some ovarian cysts. The doctor said they'd likely been there a while and therefore wouldn't cause pain randomly, so I am now starting two rounds of antibiotics for Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. I have been on the course for 3 days now but the pain is just getting worse and going into my lower back. I have also noticed today my nipples are insanely sore to touch.
I have been diagnosed with a 2cm complex cyst on my right ovary and a few small functional cysts on my left ovary. I'vd had these for over 4 months and my OBGYN keeps playing the wait and see game. But from what I've read, the complex cyst will probably not go away on its own. Is it time for me to see a oncology gynecologist?
Hi there, Ovarian cysts can cause bloating or swelling in the abdomen, pain in pelvis before or after periods, pain with intercourse, menstrual changes, spotting, delayed menses etc.Pregnancy is the commonest cause of late periods. Missed periods, nausea, vomiting, sore breasts are few symptoms of early pregnancy. If you have missed your periods take up pregnancy test. If pregnancy test is negative other causes of missed periods should be considered.
//www.4woman.gov/faq/ovarian_cysts.htm What are the symptoms of ovarian cysts? Many women have ovarian cysts without having any symptoms.
There are several reasons why a woman have delayed menstruation and this could be due to unhealthy diet, stress (emotional or physical), sudden weight gain or loss, caffeine, alcohol, and smoking. Gynecological conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and uterine cysts or polyps, can also bring about alteration in menstrual cycle. Even sickness and stress associated with it can delay periods. However, pregnancy is still the most common cause of delayed or missed period.
Hello, There are several reasons why a woman have delayed menstruation and this could be due to unhealthy diet, stress (emotional or physical), sudden weight gain or loss, caffeine, alcohol, and smoking. Gynecological conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and uterine cysts or polyps, can also bring about alteration in menstrual cycle. Gall stone will not cause delayed periods. However, pregnancy is still the most common cause of delayed or missed period.
Hello, There are several reasons why a woman have delayed menstruation and this could be due to unhealthy diet, stress (emotional or physical), sudden weight gain or loss, caffeine, alcohol, and smoking. Gynecological conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and uterine cysts or polyps, can also bring about alteration in menstrual cycle. Even sickness and stress associated with it can delay periods. However, pregnancy is still the most common cause of delayed or missed period.
Already you have support and people who care about you and now you have us! Mary and Bird are right, 99% of ovarian cysts are benign. We will wait with you and be a shoulder to lean on. There are so many women here who have been in your shoes and can give you very good advise. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Gynecological conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and uterine cysts or polyps, can also bring about alteration in menstrual cycle. Even sickness and stress associated with it can delay periods. However, pregnancy is still the most common cause of delayed or missed period. So if there is a history of any unprotected intercourse then pregnancy should be ruled out.
my girlfriend and i had sex 7 days ago which was a day before she was meant to start her period and she was delayed so we have been paniking things shes pregnant, but yesterday (sunday) she bled heavily with small clumps in it and she bled heavily today but no clumps and tonight (monday) she has stopped bleeding completely so i was wondering if this has happened to anyone ??
I recently had a laparoscopy procedure done last Thursday on April 8th, 2010. The doctor removed 10.2 cm chocolate cysts/endometriosis on my left side and 3 cm chocolate cysts/endometriosis on my right side. It is been one week since the procedure. The doctor told me to bed rest for two weeks. I have been staying home since the surgery. However, I have been walking around the house, going up and down the stairs and do some minors activity such as washing dishes, pick up trash and etc.
Gynecological conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and uterine cysts or polyps, can also bring about alteration in menstrual cycle. However, pregnancy is still the most common cause of delayed or missed period. So if there is a history of any unprotected intercourse then pregnancy should be ruled out. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
Stress could be a factor in missed or delayed periods though. I would say since some stress is eliminated, you will probably see a change in your period. Is there a clinic or women's community health center or something of the sort to go to where you are located?
Hello, It is true that cervical erosion can cause scarring of the cervix. But delayed periods in your case seem to be due to the ovarian cysts. However other causes of delayed periods (other than ovarian cyst) also need to evaluated. Delayed or missed period is known as amenorrhea. Apart from pregnancy, there are many other reasons for a delayed period.
These can be anaemia, unexplained or sudden weight gain or weight loss, hypothyroidism, and polycystic disease of the ovary, ovarian cysts, pre-menopause and stress. But you will need to get investigated. Consult your Doctor. Hope this helps.
Hello, Delayed periods in your case seem to be due to the ovarian cysts. However other causes of delayed periods (other than ovarian cyst) also need to evaluated. Delayed or missed period is known as amenorrhea. Apart from pregnancy, there are many other reasons for a delayed period. The other causes are hormonal imbalance like in PCOS (Polycystic ovarian syndrome), stress, obesity, malnutrition, anemia, hypothyroidism, illness, etc.
Hello, There are several reasons why a woman have delayed menstruation and this could be due to unhealthy diet, stress (emotional or physical), sudden weight gain or loss, caffeine, alcohol, and smoking. Gynecological conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and uterine cysts or polyps, can also bring about alteration in menstrual cycle. However, pregnancy is still the most common cause of delayed or missed period.
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