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    Ovarian Cyst - ruptured
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    Susie31303 posted:
    Ultrasound showed fluid in abdomen which they are assuming was from a cyst rupturing. also have a small cyst. I had hysterectomy 2 years ago but left ovaries... How do I know the ruptured one, fluid is ok and will simply reabsorb?
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    Anon_6061 responded:
    I think it's normal for your body to absorb the fluid. Were you prescribed antibiotics? I'm not sure they always prescribe them but it seems they typically do.
     
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    Anon_6061 responded:
    It's typical for the fluid to reabsorb. I think they usually prescribe antibiotics to prevent infection.


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