Ovarian cysts and kidney infections

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You should ask your doctor if you have been checked for pelvic infections. You should also ask your doctor what was the nature of the ovarian cysts that were renoved. You should ask for a copy of your operative note and pathology report. Other types of ovarian cyst that return incldue cysts of endometriosis, and benign fluid collections within scar tissue. For benign fluid collections, i sometimes recommend draining them without surgery.
ill update you on this but bear in mind im 28 years old and TTC and im blaming this cyst for my problems not being able to i have also heard in many cases and read a lot online that ovarian cysts are common for females and most of the time they burst and go away without knowing...there's a small time they linger and that's when you should be concerned....
Hello, Causes of such pain could be due to kidney stones, pelvic infections, urine infections, twisted ovarian cyst or rupture of ovarian cyst, appendicitis or any other referred pain due to other organ infections. Get it evaluated and an ultrasound done from a gynecologist to confirm the diagnosis. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
I don't know a whole lot about kidney stones so I'm not going to give you my advice on that aspect of it but I am a pro when it comes to ovarian cysts, so I will try and shed some light on ovarian cysts for you.. at least the best i can. I myself have had 3 surgeries in the past 2 years regarding ovarian cysts. I have had well over 10 ovarian cysts, 6 of which were removed. Your cyst is very small, I wouldn't worry too much about the ovarian cyst.
While I was pregnant I had kidney stones and a kidney infection. I ended up having a miscarriage at 8 weeks, and that was 2 weeks ago today. I went to the hospital last night with horrible kidney pain that went through to my abdomen and they did a CT scan and said I had kidney stones, a bladder infection and that the cyst on my ovaries from 4 months ago had grown to about 3.2. What is causing this? And what should I do about it? Are any of these things related? Should I worry about the cyst?
Hello, This pain could be due to kidney infections,stones or ureteric or bladder problems.It can also be due to ovarian cysts or other gynecological causes.I would suggest you to get an ultrasound abdomen and consult a urologist/gynecologist to confirm the diagnosis. I hope that helps. Take care and pls do keep me posted on how you are doing or if you have any additional doubts. Kind regards.
Has she had a CT Scan w/o contrast in regard to the stones? What has it shown? I have an uncommon kidney condition called MSK (Medullary Sponge Kidney) along with having had out 1/2 my thryoid bcz of nodules that were atpical but my parathyroids were fine and all tests were A-OK that both my Uro and Endo have run inc. a 24hr urine test. Has your daughter had a 24hr urine test? That is important too.
ive now gone to every doctor on the planet and no one has answers, but it might be a cysts again. So here i am today, and the pain is back and now the pain is lasting more hours. Just unbearable, and i feel like my stomache has imense pressure on the left side, and my c-section incision on that side is very hard and painful, but the pain behind my belly button is out of this world, sharp intense pain that does not go away with anything i do.
Since then, I have had terrible infections, stomach cramps, shooting pains near my ovaries, and horribly awfully painful intercourse. (I think my fiance hates me about now...) I have just been writing everything off to my dumb IUD. I have also had awful UTIs and my right kidney hurts so bad I am ready to rip it out myself. I went to the ER last week because I had become almost completely incontinent.
I am 15 years old. I keep getting cysts and don't know why. I use the bathroom and when I'm finished it feels like not all of my urine is coming out. Mom says I worry too much and that it's not I big deal. Sometimes I feel very sharp pain in my vagina. I want to see a doctor but mom won't let me. I want to figure out how to get rid of it and if I'll have to use medication. I already had a surgery last year (sometime around spring of 2004) and I hope I don't need another one.
The granulomas can be caused by chronic infections like tuberculosis and can sometimes be malignant. Complex ovarian cysts are called so because they can sometimes cause serious complications especially if they rupture. I would suggest you can discuss with your gynecologist as to how soon you can have a surgery for these cysts. Take care!
It's just on the same side and the same pain. I was wondering if this could be a cyst and if it is does that mean that I won't be able to concieve???
I have 2 ovarian cysts (at the moment) and kidney stones (mine, too, stay in the kidney!) and i get very very sick and the pain gets so bad sometimes that all i want to do is sleep to pass the time, but sometimes i can't even sleep. the pain is the worst before menstruation. i'm 15 so it's hard to deal with the pain when i'm trying to do well in school.
I get a lot of stomach aches, some are from ovarian cysts, but lately its my side and back thats been hurting. It started last Tuesday(march 20). I drank a lot today, I had 4 bowls of soup, lots of cranberry juice, well lots of liquids. And I haven't gone to the bathroom yet and its going on 8:00 p.m. And when I do try to go, my side hurts really bad, barely anything comes out. Even when I just go to sit down my side pulls.
Hi all, I have been lurking on these boards for a while, but didn't join until today. I am a young (20 year old) woman with a history of ovarian cysts. I was first diagnosed with a cyst 6 months ago and it was relatively small (3 or 4 cm). It went away eventually, without treatment. About 5 weeks ago, I started to feel the pain of a new cyst. I went to the ER because I was in severe pain and worried about appendicitis (I always get them on the right side).
I was rushed off for x-rays and scans to make sure I didn't have kidney problems. My urine and blood was tested for pregnancy and urine infections which came back negative. My blood and urine was crystal clear. I was admitted over night into the hospital. The theory was now that i might of had a cyst on my ovary that had ruptured. The next day I was sent off for an ultrasound.
My ob/gyn told me the cysts were normal and everyone has them and will go away on their own. The ct report says there are bilateral ovarian cysts and fluid in pelvic are. I had a pap about 2 1/2 months ago, everything normal. Also no infections found. I have been to Mexico twice, years ago...what could that be in relation to?
I was talking to my friend about the doctor talking to me about the possibility of ovarian cancer and that he is running tests--and she said that she thinks I just have kidney stones and that he shouldn't even have brought the OvCa subject up without having more info.
Hello, There can be many reasons for this back pain. It can e due to kidney infections or kidney stones, ureteric stones, pelvic inflammatory disease or gynecological causes like endometriosis or ovarian cysts. Very rarely nerve compression of the spinal nerves due to spinal problems like stenosis or herniattion may cause such problems.
Now Im almost 38 years of age and because of ovarian cysts have been in and out of the hospitals for ct scans, sonograms, etc...I went 2 hospital last friday again for the 3rd time this month and they said my 1.3 cm ovarian cyst had not changed..Take meds go home and call dr. on friday...Well I called my surgeon who had scheduled a laparoscopy feb,20th pending getting 20 year old medical records from another state...Ive been in so much pain since last friday I just lay and cry...
I have had problems with cysts, bursting cysts, and leaking cysts for about 14 years. About two years ago, I had a cyst burst almost once a month for six months. I have been on about seven different pills, and it almost seems like once my body gets used to a pill it stops being effective. Four days ago I went to the doctor because I was pretty sure I had a partial burst, but the pain and throbbing did not go away after a few hours like all my other bursts and leaks.
my wife had ovarian cysts but were caused by mega doses of metrodin, perginol and estrodial for IVF procedures. Maybe hormones out of whack?. Not sure if tx related but an idea.
I have a 25 year old daughter who has 2 large cysts, one is 9 cm and one is 15 cm. She has krones also and so is used to abdominal pain, so she's just been ignoring and extra discomfort she's been feeling lately. My 70 year old mother is loosing her fight with ovarian cancer so you can just imagine how terrified I was when my daughter came up with some large masses in the abdominal cavity this week.
Have a cervical polyp. She ordered internal US. Found small ovarian cysts and fluid in cul de sac. I also was checked for UTI and kidney infections. No problems. Normal CBC. Have no idea what to think except that I have to feel better soon. Do I schedule an appointment with a obgyn or just wait it out and take pain meds. Don't want to panic but I am not feeling any better and people are starting to comment on my weight loss and dark circles. Any advice would be helpful.
I have been frequently getting bladder infections and my GYN told me next time to see a specialist...well this last one gave me so much pain the the kidney area, around the front to my ovaries, that it was hard for me to walk. Instead I opted to go see my primary doc. as my gyn. was on vacation. He ordered the usual urine test and in the office the urine showed slight blood and elevated white cells. So he put me on Cipro just to head off infection.
Hello, I am a 30 yr old f from Vancouver Canada with a history of ovarian cysts since age 14. Ruptured cyst put me in the hospital for a laparoscomy at age 15 where reportedly the surgeon said she had never seen so much fluid in the abdominal cavity. I have ALWAYS had severely painful period cramps, but lately they are unbearable. Recently confirmed I have a small cyst on my right ovary, approx 4 cm, had three ultrasounds including a vaginal. No growth reported over 3 months.
When she was 4 months she was hospitalized with a UTI and after further testing confirmed that she has Grade 4 Kidney reflux. She is now on daily antibiotics to prevent any further infections. Last week she had a followup ultrasound which showed no changes to her kidneys or bladder but it noted that she had a 7 mm cyst on her right ovary. I do not see the Dr. until December and I am concerned about the cyst. Does anyone have any similar stories, suggestions, or comments?
I do take medicine for anxiety (Celexa), and pain medicine for my kidney (Percocet), but I've been taking them for months and have never ever felt this tired from them. I'm guessing with all the testing I've had done because of the cysts and kidney problems, they would've found something wrong if it were wrong. I just got nervous when I saw the ovarian cancer billboard! Thanks everyone so much for your help.. I've posted on the MedHelp.org forum quite a few times and never get any responses..
They are specialists in women's gyn issues (not just cancer). They have seen it all. Although 99% of ovarian cysts, tumors and masses are benign, please do not ignore your symptoms. Ovarian cysts can cause a whole host of symptoms including gi problems, lower back and hip pain, fluctuating hormonal levels (which can cause their own set of problems). Please get the 2nd opinion.
After a CT scan, I was told that I had two cysts on my right ovary and one on the left. This is not a big deal for me b/c I have a long history of ovarian cysts. I was told that the cysts on my right ovary were 6 cm and 7 cm. The one on my left ovary is 4 cm. He said to rest so that it doesn't rupture and follow up with my ob/gyn. I can't do anything today b/c it's Christmas Eve. Merry Christmas to me! LOL! Do cysts of this size normall disappear on their own?
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