Sunday, November 14th, 2010 at
Ovarian cyst rupture occurs when the condition in the ovary gets worse. Usually, ovarian cyst starts out as a fluid-filled sac which is located either inside or outside the linings of a woman’s ovary. The symptoms begin when the cyst grows larger and larger until it ruptures. Ovarian cyst rupture is a life threatening condition. That is why it is important to immediately seek attention if you are afflicted with the condition. In most cases, surgical treatment is needed to remove the cyst. (Click here for a solution to prevent this happening to you)
Ruptured ovarian cyst symptoms
Menstrual cycle – If you are experiencing irregular menstrual cycle which is shorter or longer than what you usually experience, then chances are you are suffering from complex ovarian cysts or ovarian cyst rupture. Also, if you are experiencing intense pain around your pelvic area during your period then it is recommended that you seek medical advice.
Abdominal pain – Sharp and intense pains in the abdomen area is experienced by someone who is suffering from ruptured ovarian cyst. Particularly located in the lower abdomen, the pain is accompanied by tenderness in the lower pelvic region. The feeling of bloating or fullness will also be felt by someone who is suffering from ruptured ovarian cyst.
Fatigue – Daily fatigue signals the worsening condition of an ovarian cyst. One might also feel drowsiness and weakness all over the body. Also, ruptured ovarian cyst symptoms such as dizziness and lightheadedness result to disorientation during the day. If these conditions arise, you should immediately contact your physician.
Other symptoms – Other symptoms of a ruptured ovarian cyst include diarrhea and constipation. Moreover, one can experience loss of appetite which can lead to extreme weight loss. Not only that, there are also urinary symptoms accompanied by ruptured ovarian cyst.
If you are experiencing all these symptoms, do not hesitate to seek medical help immediately. Cyst ovarian ruptured treatment is done through surgery. Check-ups and consultations are equally important to ensure that the condition of ovarian cyst rupture will not get worse.
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Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 at
When is it okay to have sex after a ruptured ovarian cyst?
About a week ago, one of my ovarian cysts ruptured
, leaving two more cysts left in my ovaries. Although it is somewhat painful with cysts, is there a specific amount of time I should wait after this rupture to have sex?
Wednesday, September 29th, 2010 at
The surgeon probably left it there because of the size of the cyst, and possibly the type of cyst. I had a large cyst that was to be removed laparscopically, and when he went in to do it, he discovered that it was a dermoid cyst. Dermoid cysts are filled with things like hair-gross. I had to do a laparotomy, because they did not want to run the risk of it rupturing during laparscopic surgery.I was glad for their caution, because as it turned out, the large cyst I had was a mucinous cyst with borderline malignancy.
Had they done the laparscopic, all those pre-cancerous cells would have been flying through my body. As for whether it likely indicates cancer, that can’t really be answered until they send it to pathology. Cancer is a weird disease, and different for every person. One person may have a tiny cyst that looks to be a normal, functional cyst. If removed, it may be cancer. Another person may have a giant cyst that is nothing at all, but a huge pain. Pathology will biopsy the tissue and determine if there was something there. And, your other question about the reproductive system, you have two ovaries, and as long as you have one working ovary, you can still get pregnant.
Friday, September 24th, 2010 at
I have had a number of complex ovarian cysts that have caused me a lot of pain, once with a 7.7cm cyst they decided to perform surgery (laparoscopy) to remove the cyst but before they got that far my cyst ruptured and I had emergency surgery (laparoscopy).
In April this year I had another complex ovarian cyst that was 4.6cm but my doctor and gyno recommended going on the birth control pill to see whether it would resolve on it’s own and if it didn’t that they would do another laparoscopy to remove it. The last scan I had said that the cyst had kept growing and was 5.1cm, but a week later it once again ruptured, although I didn’t need emergency surgery again.
I guess it depends on the type of cyst, the size and whether or not it causes pain. Most of the cysts I have had has caused me intense pain, however some of them were only about 3.5cm (which my doctor says is not big enough to really operate for) they usually wait a cycle or two to see if they go away on their own as they most often usually do (go away on their own).
I hope this helped answer your question. If you have any further questions regarding ovarian cysts, please feel free to email me anytime (the link to my email is in my profile).