Ovarian cysts in urine

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I am a 43 and my menstrual cycle is 12 days late, my breasts hurt real bad, and have pain in my right side. Went to the doctor and he did an ultrasound in his office - he located a cyst on my right ovary with a white ring around it. He told me to follow up with him in 4-6 weeks. My question is why is my period so late and two what is the white ring around the cyst. He said it almost looked like an embryo and had me take a urine pregnancy test that was negative.
A week later I was still in massive pain that was radiating to my pelvis and my legs. I had blood work, urine cultures, an ultra sound, t/v us, and a CT scan and it showed I had a dermoid on my ovary. 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.
The doc thoughts were that the right ovarian cysts are endometrial cysts. Is this possible if I was never diagnosed with endometriosis? I also had a partial hysterectomy in 2005. My doctor has me returning in six weeks for another TVA and she also ordered a ca125 test. Trying not to worry...
I have a history of ovarian cysts and they are usually on my left but sometimes both and thy're usually never painless. I have such horrible pain with them and I don't want to go in and have them checked because they don't do anything. I've been thinking of just having my left ovary taken out but I'm scared that if I do what if my right ovary doesn't provide enogh eggs to become pregnant in the future? Also how many days are you usually in the hospital recovering and at home?
Simple cysts in the right ovary 2. Septated cyst in the left ovary, considered to be within normal limits for this patient's age ---------------------- I thought all septated cysts need removal and biopsy?????
hi staeryler , this is ajay , please,please do a PET-CT( it is an imaging technique used for very accurate diagnosis of cancers ) and CA-125 TEST (tumor marker test for ovarian cancer)as soon as possible as your nature of symptoms are very similar with those of ovarian cancer and as you have mentioned as there is some fluid formation in your upper abdomen this as also a sure symptom of ovarian cancer that in 3rd stage .
Hi guys, I'm new to this website after reading all your supportive posts about having painful ovarian cysts. I'm 17 and I have been having problems with ovarian cysts since I was 16. Last January, I was 16, and I started feeling severe pelvic pain that wrapped around my back. The pain was so severe I laid on the bathroom floor and cried and cried. My mom then took me to my primary doctor who told me it was only a stomach bug and gave me medicine for the vomitting, and 'stomach bug.
I haven't heard of cysts causing the blood in urine. Have you tried taking cranberry extract pills daily? In the past I have suffered from frequent bladder infections and only after taking cranberry daily did my problems cease. Also, always urinating before and after intercourse. You could be repeatedly getting low level UTIs. This may not be the problem but is worth a try. I would follow up with a gyn regarding the cysts. Best wishes.
I was just diagnosed at ER with a 2.2 cm right ovarian cyst..I went in due to bladder/pelvic pain, pressure burning kind of feeling in my bladder..thought it was a UTI..tests were negative, so were cultures. PAP & GYN Cultures also negaitve too, bloodwork fine as well...I have read cysts can cause this bladder pain? Is this true???
I was being treated for an ulcer when my doctor doing a CT noticed I had ovarian cysts. He sent me for a ultrasound- vaginal and regular. The results were, according to my doctor, "a cyst on each ovary and a very large uterine fibroid." Needless to say I made an appointment with an ob/gyn. I have that appt in 2 weeks. My problem is in the last two days my stomach is getting bigger and I can feel a lump/bump in it.
My Doctor said your cysts won't grow so fast, she asked me to do follow up ultro-sound in Sept. I had it done in Aug, because I felt some pain. Now they found I have 5cm complex on my right ovary. I am really worried. I am scared to have another laparotomy, I am worried to lose my ovary. I wonder why the cysts growed so fast from 1cm to 5cm in 5 months. What should I do? I have scar tissue on my abodomen, for the size of my cyst (over 5cm), can I ask doctor to do laparoscopy?
I've gone 4 days with no pain, and the last time I had the pelvic pain was the day I started spotting. I just wondered if this sounds like ovarian cysts issues or if I might have something else that they are not seeing. It seems to be going away, but every time I think that, I feel the mysterious discomfort again and start getting nervous. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it's nothing major.
Endometriomas: These cysts develop in women who have endometriosis, when tissue from the lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterus. The tissue may attach to the ovary and form a growth. These cysts can be painful during sexual intercourse and during menstruation. Cystadenomas: These cysts develop from cells on the outer surface of the ovary. They are often filled with a watery fluid or thick, sticky gel. They can become large and cause pain.
Hi My name is Tonya.I am 27.I have had ovarian cysts since I was 16.I had the first one removed then.I had more over the years.I had more removed at 19 through laproscopy.I had another one at 24 to remove them.I had the last one 12-23-05.I started hurting again 3 days after surgery.I ended up at the ER for pelvic pain on 01-11-06.They did test and found that I had a 4cm on the left ovary and a 2cm on hte right ovary.I have tried BC over the years.None of which have worked.
Endometriomas: These cysts develop in women who have endometriosis, when tissue from the lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterus. The tissue may attach to the ovary and form a growth. These cysts can be painful during sexual intercourse and during menstruation. Cystadenomas: These cysts develop from cells on the outer surface of the ovary. They are often filled with a watery fluid or thick, sticky gel. They can become large and cause pain.
the above ladies are so right ... one other thing i would like to add is if u had any fertility/ovulation enhancing drugs such as clomid, they put u at a higher risk for PCOS ... i think the concern here is that some are larger than what is typically seen with PCOS and need to be further evaluated ... also it appears u may have had endo before and some of the "cystic" structures can be mixed in with the endo ...
I am experiencing the exact same problems. I have had three ovarian cysts in the last year. I have been on BCP for the past year. I found out this week I have the beginning of hypothyroidism. About 6mths ago, my TSH was 3.5 and now its 6.5. There has to be a relationship between the two. I have an apt with my PCP this week. Keep you posted.
No residual urine on postvoid. ABDOMINAL AORTA is normal in course and caliber. No evident stenosis nor dilatation noted. UTERUS is anteverted measuring 5.5 x 4.7 x 4.3 cm. Myometrial echoparttern is homogeneous. No lesions noted. Endometrial stripe measure 1.7 cm. Cervix is intact. There is 2.1 x 2.2 x 2.4 cm cystic nodule with irregular walls seen at the right adnexa. This focus shows minimal septations. No calcifications noted. There is a 4.9 x 4.2 x 3.8 cm complex mass at the left adnexa.
bladder, kidney, twisted ovarian cysts, ruptured ovarian cyst, etc. , etc., etc... Try to get yourself to a Dr. (blood in the urine sounds more like bladder or kidney problem since I haven't heard of that being a sympton of ovarian cysts, but I could very well be mistaken..) But, first thing--- get to a good gyn.
he examined me more thoroughly and told me my urine wasnt infected and the such as back and groin pain may be due to ovarian cysts and told me to have another follow up with my GP and that i may need a scan. i am generally feeling fatigued and washed out...the dull pain is nagging and im feeling dizzy and near to fainting at times. i am getting tired of being fobbed off by my own GP and would like to know if these are possible symptoms of ovarian cysts ....
Hello, I have several small benign ovarian cysts. I had sex on day 19 of my cycle. I was using spermicide and a condom but the condom broke. I had been taking medication for the cysts up until this cycle and this is my first cycle in several years without some kind of hormone (birth control pills or progesterone). I took Plan B 48 hours after the condom broke. I was due for my period yesterday (day 28) but have had severe cramps for the last two or three days, but no bleeding.
They did an ultrasound and said the pain was caused by ovarian cysts. That part wasn't surprising because I've had them before, but it surprised me that the pain could radiate so far up my side. Has anyone else had this?
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