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soaresmichelle posted:
I am in severe pain and have been diagnosed with a 5cm cyst. what should I do next?
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melicias96 responded:
I hear ya. I was just recently diagnosed with a 6cm cyst and the doctor put me on birth control but since then the pain has been comming more often and actually on a scale from 1-10 my pain is like a 5 or 6. I called the doctor today. That would be the best thing for you. I was given percocet in the ER but because it is a controlled medication I could not have it refilled. Unfortunately a half a percocet really took the pain away. Good Luck!
 
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cl1234 responded:
I would suggest going to see a specialist such as a reproductive endocrinologist.
 
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wpooh27 responded:
I have been told that i have a cyst but the doctor didnt tell me how big it was. the doctor said that is why that i had my tuble pregnancy, that i miscarried. I have severe pain in my stomach could that be from the cyst? not sure.
 
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someonewhocares3 replied to wpooh27's response:
Yes cysts can cause pain and it can be severe when they rupture. Here are a couple of links about ovarian cysts (which are usually benign) -

http://www.ovaryresearch.com/ovarian_cysts.htm
Ovarian cysts and ovarian cancer

Hope you're feeling better by now! So sorry you had to go through a tubal pregnancy!


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