Ovarian cysts treatment webmd

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Avatar n tn uk/Breastcancer/Youngerwomenandbreastcancer/Ovarianablation/Inwhatcircumstancesisovarianablationused I, personally,had developed ovarian cysts from the Tamoxifen and am now getting Lupron shots for chemical ovarian ablation. It is working well for me.
458511 tn?1206469258 Also, is it common treatment for cysts to give people antibiotics (combo Zithromax and Rosephin...yeast infection, here I come)? They really didn't explain why they were giving them to me, and I was feeling so miserable I didn't care what they gave me if they said it might help.
Avatar f tn I just looked up Femara. I didn't find anything about it being used for infertility (it says it's cancer treatment). I found this info on webmd. "This medication is used with other medications to treat certain types of breast cancer (e.g., hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer) in women after menopause. Letrozole is also used to help prevent the cancer from returning. Some breast cancers are made to grow faster by a natural hormone called estrogen.
Avatar n tn I recentlly found out that i have ovarian cysts, and i have been hjaving these same pains. im only 13, and havent had a regular period at all. these pains come randomly, and lasts for a minute or two.
Avatar f tn My gyno told me that it was ovarian cysts that burst. She said it would be better if I didn't have the cyst but since I do, having them burst and evacuate is better than having surgery to remove. It is annoying and unfair but it's better than having cancer. Good Luck ladies.
Avatar n tn b. I just had a baby c. I have ovarian cysts. (I know it is not an std because Ive only been with 1 person since the last like 3 times ive been checked) P.s I just saw that you said you were a nurse so I figured you'd be the most reliable(ish) person to ask, assuming of course that you've seen or dealt with something like this. I can however say, it IS NOT AN INGROWN HAIR .-.
Avatar f tn Luckily the ER doctors were persistent and did a lot of work to rule out things like appendicitis, ovarian cysts and torsion...they weren't going to quit until they figured it out. They told me that the most effective way to fix the problem is to have a hysterectomy (sounds like you all heard the same story), but I made it very clear that I want that to be a last resort. Instead we're trying progesterone therapy, so I've started taking NoraBe everyday.
Avatar f tn ) When I explained I wasn't on HRT they thought I had an ovarian tumour. A scan showed a small ovarian cyst which needed no treatment but I was feeling so ill from the high oestrogen that I asked for the Mirena to be removed. From the next morning I started to feel better from the excess oestrogen but was then diagnosed with early menopause which I am convinced was directly caused by the Mirena coil. I am 52 now but not had any periods for more than 10 years.
Avatar n tn - make an appointment with a chiropractor (I haven't been in over a decade) - get some potassium supplements I am already waiting to get an appointment with a gynecologist so I will have them check for more serious things such as cysts (which could explain nerve pressure, and I have had cysts in the past - it is common for uterine cysts to come and go). I am also buying some herbal nervines such as oat milky seed, fennel, skullcap, as well as raspberry leaf tea and Black Haw.
Avatar n tn Masses of the umbilicus may be related to lesions of the skin, embryologic remnants, or an umbilical hernia. Masses associated with the skin include dermoid cysts, hemangiomas, and inclusion cysts. Umbilical drainage is associated with granulomas and embryologic remnants. Delayed separation of the umbilical cord: The umbilical cord usually separates from the umbilicus 1-8 weeks postnatally.
Avatar n tn I have had the EXACT same symptoms as you were having with the pain under the right rib cage. I had also had many ovarian cysts and pain from them. My doctor also thought gall bladder problems because of the are and type of pain I was having. An ultrasound revealed nothing. Nexium for one months helped but when I stopped, the pain gradually got to the same level again, especdially when I woke up most mornings. I will tell you what I did.
Avatar n tn It is hard to swallow that there is no reason for such a thing I know, but it sounds like you are doing all the right things in seeking medical treatment. Just keep pushing them until you get this figured out and under control. And don't forget to check for anemia. Especially if you are feeling overly tired, weak, or dizzy. The best of luck to you and I hope you get back on track very soon!
Avatar n tn I am a 40 year old female who was diagnosed with four ruptured and/or herniated disks last year, but I received treatment for the problem and it's better. Yet here I am suddenly experiencing the buzzing sensation you all describe. I, too, felt crazy! I first thought it was the house, then I realized it was me. So it's nerves? The sensation is driving me bananas.
Avatar n tn I have been prescibed 200mg Utrogestan 3 times a day for days. Anyone else had this treatment? is it rough?
Avatar n tn I've taken my hand-mirror out and everything since last night after looking way too long on webmd i was convinced i had herpes. It defeinetely looks like little tiny tears, no blisters or weird colors. I used a hydro-cortisone cream because that's all I have. Any other suggestions of how to manage the symptoms througout the day? The other weird thing is (which is making me continue to question the possibility of an STD) is that this has never happened to me before.
Avatar n tn 3cm with subcentimeter nodules or cysts with debris in the lower pole measuring 0.50.3and 0.3cm. A lymph node is noted lateral to the upper pole of the left lobe of the thyroid gland measuring 2x0.7x0.7cm. I have been having gastrointestinal pain and went for a cat scan last week waiting for results. I get really bad hot sweats on and off during the day and at night. do you think this could be from the enlarged lymph node.
Avatar n tn I experiance these same kind of lacerations. The best treatment I have found is Balmex- a kind of skin protectant found in the pharmacy area with diaper rash items. Other similar products containing zinc oxide were recommended by my doctor but cause intolerable itching.
Avatar f tn From what I understand, the seretonin issue is the biggest one, and that men and women react and need different levels, even in treatment. To the gal that is taking extascy, may I say that one of the combinations that can cause anxiety is the combination you listed. Can't take those kinds of drugs and not expect problems. Meds are probably needed, and finding the right one is a journey in itself. Biggest thing is to start slowly and give each drug time.
Avatar n tn if you were on the fertility meds and progesterone, you will probably feel that way even if you're pregnant or not. you may want to check out webmd Infertility Treatment Support Group (TTC) this board is SO helpful...you'lll get a lot of information there.
Avatar n tn I've had it for a VERY long time as well, but didn't have insurance to cover visits or treatment... I finally do now, and my gynecologist turned me away saying it wasn't an ob/gyn problem, but a dermatologist's & not to worry... still too embarrassed to go, but I will be very soon.
Avatar n tn or even a colonoscopy (the hepatic flexure is right where u describe the pain) i have some huge ovarian cysts and my first symptom was indigestion for 2 years and high blood pressure then pain under my right rib ... i urge u to ask because without looking at the whole area u may not get a diagnosis ...
Avatar n tn I am so relieved I found this. WebMD had no information on this. I was playing on the Wii yesterday and out of no where I felt my finger tingle like it was swelling a few minutes later it was turning blue. I have been freaking out since then looking all over the internet. I thought I was havng a reaction to some new medicine I am taking but I went to their site and it is not listed as a side effect or reason to call Dr. Then my husband said maybe I popped a blood vessel.
Avatar n tn The effectiveness of the steroid injections I've read about seem to be questionable but so far the only treatment that might help. As it stands now, I am equally afraid of the pain from sex and the thought that I will live the rest of my life without it. Thanks for listening.
Avatar n tn Talk to your doctor about testing your hormones, if its high, its positive for the pcos, it is treatable if you take the antidiatbets medication to shrink the small cysts and make them go away. the back pain will be gone but will have to keep up with the diet and exercise. As women get older, our bodies change alot, we have to keep up with our body otherwise it will be out of control. Talk to you doctor soon as possible to test for pcos, glucose, anything else that might be related to it?
Avatar n tn I knew good and well what the proceedure would cause and I know good and well the risks now that I have changed my mind about wanting to get preggers. I'm just looking for options. Has anyone seeked treatment to reverse this proceedure with success? Success meaning a full-term pregnancy. Thanks so much!
162948 tn?1205256292 I'm not sure about the cysts, but I do know that it is not nearly as bad having it removed. Basically, you lay on the table, they pull out several scary looking tools, in she goes and literally, a second later, it's out. It did hurt a little bit, but not as bad as having it put in and it was much quicker. I'm sorry you are having to go through this, but if it's causing you problems, it's best to get it out asap. Good luck!