What happens if the cyst ruptures
A ruptured ovarian cyst can have potentially life-threatening complications, such as hemorrhage and infection. Consult your M.D. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-happens-if-the-cyst-ruptures ]
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- What happens when an ovarian cyst ruptures?
- Some cysts can burst or rupture. If this happens, how you feel depends on what the cyst contained, whether it is infected and whether there is any bleeding. There will usually be some pain when a cyst ruptures, but it should only be severe ...
- What are the Symptoms of a Ruptured Ovarian Cyst?
- For most of the women, an ovarian cyst will develop without symptoms and vanish without any treatment. But serious and potential complications can arise with this condition. A cystic rupture, torsion or pressure on nearby organs can occur. ...
- How will I know when my ovarian cyst ruptures as far as symtpoms??
- Pain. Intense pelvic pain. When one of mine ruptured, I couldn't even move. Luckily it only lasts for about 30 minutes depending on the cyst. You'll know! It felt like everything in that general area seized. My vagina, cervix, uterus, ovari...
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- What happens after an ovarian cyst ruptures?
- Q: I was diagnosed with a ruptured ovarian cyst 3 months ago. The symptoms prior to the rupture were pains in my lower right abdomen first in the middle of my cycle then at random times. One day I had really bad pains and an ultrasound revealed a ruptured cyst on my right ovary. My doctor prescribed some painkillers for the pain. Since then the pain continues at mid cycle and a few days before my period. It seems to be increasing in intensity and duration, Is this normal?
- A: You could have another one. I had one removed a few months ago and it is back now and continues to grow.
- What happens when a bartholin's gland cyst ruptures? Is it normal if it's bloody?
- Q: I have been having some vaginal/vulvar irritation and found a lump about the size of a blueberry outside the vaginal opening down between the skin flaps (labia). I already have a doctor appointment, but it's 3 weeks before I can get in. I'm just looking for some info that will hopefully ease my mind until then because I'm a little worried. After some googling, I thought this might be a bartholin cyst or abcess (it was sore to the touch), so I soaked in hot bath last night. This morning, there were a few spots of blood, and I'm wondering if this could just be a normal cyst that has ruptured (the soreness was relieved too), or if the bloodiness could mean something more serious like cancer. I am 38 years old. Thanks for any responses.
- A: I completely agree with Lynn. It sounds just like a bartholin cyst. Blood is completely normal. Just keep your eye on it for the next few days to make sure it completely resolves. Your doctors office would have just drained it to relieve the pain...if it has ruptured there is not much else they can do for it, but you may want to still keep your appointment just to make sure everything is fine and there is no infection. It's always best to have things cleared with your doctor. Glad you're feeling better.
- What happens when an ovarian cyst ruptured and I'm not in pain anymore?
- Q: My annual pap smear turned out normal but I had an endometrial biopsy last Friday cause the doctor saw some cells coming out of my uterus lining during my pap smear. I am mostly good on tolerating pain if I'm ready for it. A nurse did the procedure and the result of my biopsy was negative. Two days later I started bleeding and I was suspecting that it could be my period. On the 5th day since my procedure, and I'm still bleeding, the right side of my abdomen started hurting. It was a sharp pain. Fearing that I might not be having my period and something went wrong I called my ob/gyn's office and I was asked to come in. My ob/gyn's nurse, who did my biopsy, was the one who saw me eventhough I asked if I could see my doctor. The nurse seemed to know what she was doing and she told me that she's suspecting that I have a ruptured cyst after she ruled out appendicitis. She also confirmed that I was having my period. She actually signed a doctor's order for an ultrasound. I didn't feel very comfortable about this. She's not the doctor and she signed the order? She said I should have an ultrasound when I'm not having my period anymore. I started feeling a little better yesterday and today the pain is gone. I was wondering if it was really a ruptured cyst? I know I have no way of knowing until I take an ultrasound but I was seen by a nurse. I could hardly walk last Wednesday and my doctor didn't even see me. She was there....I felt abandoned. I feel like I need to call and ask to speak to my doctor but I think they will transfer me again to that nurse or some assistant. Why is my ob/gyn too busy to talk and see me? Are nurses allowed to diagnose a patient and sign an ultrasound order? What do I do? Should I complain or just change doctor for a second opinion? Also since I'm feeling no pain today am I okay? Shouldn't I be given antibiotics? The nurse told me to just take some painkillers. She said there was nothing to worry about. What are you going to do if you were in this situation? My husband is angry at my doctor and how I was being treated and asked me to see a different one.
- A: u can go into legal/rights problem later.she should have not done that she should have allowed u to the doctor .THAT CAN BE LOOKED AFTER LATER.ur health is important. undergo ultra sound abdomen FIRST.we will know what was there.ULTRA SOUND ABDOMEN is important. this problem may recur.and if it was really a ruptured cyst ,u may get pelvic infection and more problems.I sincerely advice to undergo ultrasound abdomen(whole abdomen.
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