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Complex Ovarian Cyst..help?

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I have been on birth control that keeps me from having periods since I had surgery and some endometriosis removed.  I bled for almost a month, it stopped, then not even a week later bled again. I was told at the ER after an US that I had one. The ER Dr. said I needed to see my doctor sooner than my scheduled appointment. I STILL haven't been able to. That appointment is on the 14th, today is the 11th, but I am in so much pain I can't even get out of bed! What do I do? The only thing I have gotten from my GYN is "keep your scheduled appointment" -_- I have never had pain like this from a cyst and on top of this, I think I have a new one on the other side. Someone please tell me if it would just be ok to go back to the ER again (it's been almost a week since the visit with the ultrasound) This pain is just too much, but at the same time I don't want to look stupid going back to the ER :/
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Sorry you are in so much pain. Has it eased at all?  
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Go to the ER, your cyst could have burst
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I'm new to this site...was wondering how you made out????
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