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Am I experiencing a cyst?

As stated, I’ve already be diagnosed with prolapse of bladder and uterus.  It causes a good amount of pressure and also incontinence.  I was scheduled for a surgery last year but the pandemic hit.  Fast forward to now.  Same problem but now a rapid o set of severe bloating (look pregnant), pelvic pain, bouts of nausea and feverish feelings.  Also my incontinence is basically at a zero control.  I don’t even feel it happen until it’s happened.  Extremely difficult to stand, walk, etc as my entire bladder just released without any warning.
Should I seek urgent care?
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Hello and welcome to the forum.  Yes, I would recommend seeing a physician about your symptoms as soon as possible.  Urgent care is an option and I recommend it to make sure you do not have an obstruction.  If they determine it is not an acute care situation, they may ask you to then see your ob/gyn for a diagnostic work up.  Not meant to alarm you but when women have incontinence and abdominal pain, they often write them off when it is wise to rule out something like ovarian cancer. With your other symptoms, I think you should be proactive in regards to ruling this out.  https://www.news-medical.net/news/2004/11/18/6371.aspx  You don't mention your age.  Here is  link to symptoms of an ovarian cyst.  There can be complications of these cysts as well.  https://www.webmd.com/women/guide/ovarian-cysts  Please get checked out and let us know what your doctor says.
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