Ovarian cysts and kidney stones

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I'm a woman in my early twenties with GERD, ovarian cysts, annual kidney stones, lactose intolerance, and pellet stools. I began having lactose intolerance when I was a kid. I have had pellet stool since I can remember. Everything else appeared when I wasin my senior year of college. I've been on Nexium for 2 years. I do not take it everyday bc I know it's bad for you. I feel fine if I just take them 2 times a week. Tums and Prilosec does not work.
Do you agree that it was kidney stones? And that we are doing the right thing with the cyst..taking the wait and see approach?
I consulted a GYN and then a Urologist and a ultrasound which tells I have few small size (4mm and 6mm ) stones in my kidneys. My urine reports were normal, and they told they have not caused any infection. I am drinking about 7 litres water since last 3 days and some other fluids. However, the pain never vanishes and never becomes very sharp but continues troubling me always.
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.
Good Afternoon, I went to the doctors about a month ago because of severe abdominal, lower back and thigh pain. I originally thought it might have been kidney stones. She sent me for an x-ray and the results showed gas only. I told her I still had the servere pain and she wrote me a script for a pelvic CT with contrast. Before I was able to make an appointment, I had my period and my pain went away. Now today is my 14th day of my cycle and the pain is coming back.
The whole time I had blood in my urine and ended up passing three kidney stones. I know there isn't any real advice in there, but I felt very similar to you so at least you aren't alone. I don't know if the size of your cyst can lead to that much pain. I think it all depends on where it is. I believe it is possible for it to push against your bladder or bowels causing pressure. My dermoid is 2.0x2.3cm as of my last ultra sound, and I know it causes me some pressure and discomfort.
I had a full hysterectomy 3 years ago due to endometreosis and ovarian cysts. 2 days ago I was admitted into hospital with suspected kidney stones. After many tests they discovered cysts where my ovaries once were. At first they thought I still had my ovaries but then realised they were seeing cysts. The one on my left side appartently has a blood flow and from what I can tell that is not usual. Should I be very worried? And what does it mean?
I continued to have the pain so I went to my general practitioner and he thought it was kidney stones so he ordered a CT scan which showed nothing. I gave up for a while but then during intercourse I had shooting pain up my stomach so badly that I cried for 10 minutes. I went back to my gyno and had a vaginal ultrasound. He found a 7cm cyst on my right ovary with "something in it" but he wasn't sure what.
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?
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?
is there any research out there that finds a tie between hypothyroid conditions and kidney stones? Or, for that matter, between surgery and subsequent development of a hypothyroid condition?
I have two kidney stones in one kidney and two stones in the other. They are two big to pass (6 and 7 mm) so the doctor is putting me on a medication for the next three months in the hopes of dissolving them. He did say they are non-dissolvable, so I am confused. I have blood in my urine, which triggered the ultrasounds of my kidneys and bladder. I don't understand why he didn't give me the option of a lithotrypsy. I am trying to get pregnant, so I don't know if that was a reason.
I did have a pelvic ultrasound almost 2 months ago because they thought I had ovarian cysts, but it showed only very small ones and said they were no big deal and would go away on their own!?
The size, configuration, and location affect the spontaneous passage of these stones. However, these may recur. There are different of types of kidney stones and calcium oxalate is the most common stone that forms. To prevent them from forming regularly, drink plenty of water and have a proper diet. Take care and best regards.
I am concerned because during a ct scan for kidney stones, they found 2 ovarian cysts and i am post menopausal, the dr. said that one is 4cm and the other is 3.5 cm. I am worried because i though after menopause women don't usually get cysts anymore.
My Dr swears that these ovarian cysts cause NO pain... When I went to the ER(1-11-06) they found a 4cm and a 2cm cyst and 3 kidney stones.Could this be something to do with kidneys.I have never had any kidney trouble at all that I know of.My sister and baby brother do though.Should I be concerned about it being that or could it be both??
I continued to have the pain so I went to my general practitioner and he thought it was kidney stones so he ordered a CT scan which showed nothing. I gave up for a while but then during intercourse I had shooting pain up my stomach so badly that I cried for 10 minutes. I went back to my gyno and had a vaginal ultrasound. He found a 7cm cyst on my right ovary with "something in it" but he wasn't sure what.
Sorry I don't have any answers, but I'm with you on the recurring cysts. The Gyno and I were convinced that the Mirena IUD was the cause for the recurrent cysts and it was removed during the last laparoscopy in November '11 when the cyst was drained. There was no endometriosis and no PCOS - all went fine for 3 months and the dull/stabbing pain is back since the beginning of the month.
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.
at the same time, I don't know if an ovarian cyst can explain everything. You could have GYN problems, for example, and also have diverticulitis or kidney stones. I would think that a medical work-up would provide some answers; you might need imaging studies as well. As for the mood swings, insomnia, and fatigue...
ovarin cyst, cervix cyst, stip of endomytreosis in uteris, polycystic left kidney and 2 kidney stones in right kidney. several uti's with blood and ecoli in urine. are these all related. The doctors are just treating the symptoms no biopsies have been done. Should I get a biopsy of any of these cysts?
did anyone with ovarian cysts have pain in both their stomach and back at the same time? it's awful!!!!!!!!! it's not my kidneys i'm 99% sure because I've had so many stones before I know THAT feeling well....it's a similar (not QUITE as bad but pretty bad and much lower)...and I Just need to know if anyone with cysts felt pain in their back as well. thanks for responding guys...I just need to know what the concensus is until my DH gets home and I can go in if the pain continues...
I am out of work so I had to go to the public hospital emergency room. They took a urine sample and x ray of my body. The nurse suspected kidney stones but the x ray and urine test came back fine. They prescribed neproxin and told me to put heat on it and drink lots of water. It is wednesday and the pain is still happening.
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.
I'm 14 years old, and I've just been told by my doctor that i have 2 cysts growing on my right kidney AND 1 on my right ovary. But I only had an unltrasound done, i'm not 100% confident in this diagnosis. I'm scheduled to see a gyna soon. Perhaps what you have is sort of the same like what i have? Can it be that cysts on (or in, i'm not quite sure) a kidney is the start of polycystic kindney disease? Though, I've read that it is generic.
My sons girlfriend has been admitted to hospital in the early hours of this morning with abdominal pains and sickness, They are testing for both appendicitis and ovarian cysts She is only 18 and I thought it was over 40 that cysts occured. I am looking to reassure a very frightened girl.
Apparently, paratubal cysts are extremely difficult to diagnosis because of their location (mine was located behind the uterus and pushing against my spine), and symptoms are often times mistaken for ovarian cysts or kidney stones. My advice to you is to inquire with your doctor about the possibility of a paratubal cyst.
I recently found out on an er visit, in which i originally went for my 5 kidney stones, that i have three cysts in my left ovary and the doc felt like maybe it was polycystic ovarian disease. Well i was just wondering what percentage of women find out that their cysts are cancerous. I have an appt scheduled with my obgyn to have them checked out but was just curious.
I had to go to the hospital, They said it could be kidney stones, appendicitis,or ovarian cyst. I have a history of abnormal paps and endometriosis, I am scared it is cancer. I dont have insurance if anyone can share some info I would realy appretiate it.
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