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Symptoms of a busted ovarian cyst

Oct 12, 2009 - 10 comments

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ovarian cyst symptoms

he number of women being afflicted with cysts on ovaries has become really alarming. With the current trend, it seems like any woman is not exempted to any types of symptoms of a busted ovarian cysts. In fact, millions of women around the world have been affected with this reproductive disease, and chances are you may also be affected. In order to get an immediate medical care, it is vital that you know the various ovarian cyst symptoms.

There are different symptoms of cyst on ovary depending on the type you have. An cyst on ovaries could either be functional cyst, polycystic ovaries, endometrial cysts, cytadenomas and dermoid cysts. Each of these types of ovarian cyst has varying symptoms because their growth differs from one another.

The bad thing about having symptoms of a busted ovarian cyst on ovaries is that it is hard to detect its symptoms at the early stage, just like functional cyst. Some women may even mistake the symptoms for discomforts connected to their monthly period. So if the pain turns really bad, make sure to keep track of it because it is definitely not just an ordinary menstrual cramps.

If you are unsure about whether or not you have symptoms of a busted ovarian cyst, you have to know the symptoms. Some symptoms of a busted ovarian cyst include aches in the back or legs, pressure in the lower abdomen and/ or rectum, weight gain and painful sex. These symptoms are usually tell tale signs that you have symptoms of a busted ovarian cyst and you don't need a doctor to diagnose you. If you have these symptoms now you need to know what you can do to cure your busted ovarian cyst.

The following are the major symptoms of a busted ovarian cyst:

1. Feeling of fullness or pressure in the lower abdomen
You may feel a dull ache in your lower abdomen. This is considered as one of the predominant symptoms of ovarian cysts. Pain may be bilateral if both your ovaries have cysts. The pain comes and goes but may become unbearable sometimes. This is influenced by the size of your cyst and it will increase if your cyst is bleeding. As the blood flow to your tissues is blocked by the cyst, the pain intensifies.

2. Menstrual irregularities
You may feel severe pain during your menstrual period. If you usually have dysmenorrhea during your periods, then the pain may be more than what you usually experience. Aside from that, you may also have late periods or heavy menstrual flow.

3. Inability to pass urine or bowel completely
Due to the cyst blocking either or both passages, you may have trouble passing urine or bowel. You may also feel pain as you try to urinate or empty your bowels.

4. Pain felt during sexual intercourse

5. Pain felt during physical activities or strenuous exercises

6. Pain radiating to the lower back and inner side of the thighs

7. Excess weight gain

8. Breast tenderness

Symptoms of a busted ovarian cyst may also include abdominal pain, so be wary if you have been experiencing aches in this area of your body. It could be a sign of symptoms of a busted ovarian cyst if the pain is accompanied by pressure.

You no longer have to live with the pain, bloating and weight gain that comes with having a busted ovarian cyst. If it's impacting your life, it's time to make a change. There is help and it's all natural and effective. You can be rid of your symptoms of a busted ovarian cyst without surgery.

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by denniss_girl, Dec 30, 2009
can a busted ovarian cyst cause a woman to have clear watery discharge that has an amonia smell?

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by deborag, Sep 30, 2010
iam 57 years old.i have a great big ovarian tumor.they cant take it out becouse ove low oxygen.iam own oxygen.iam so unconfortable.this tumor is non cancer thank is so very heavy. if you know what i can do email ***@**** thank you god bless

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by HealthFriendly, Dec 23, 2011
Does tumors or ovarian cyst cause a discharge through the vaginal area in a sack-like form?  Help! Should I go to the doctor today or just make another appointment, cause I've been diagnosed w/ noncancerous tumors and ovarian cycst, but this sack-like form came out of me today and it was as large as an egg?  Doctors, what should i do?

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by wth22, Dec 30, 2011
omg i am so scared of this cyst whats a remedy to help not get them

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by candy787, Jan 05, 2012
i'm now 23 years of age. i've been having pain on my lower left side of my stomach since i was 13. i went from dr to dr and they all kept thinking i was losing my mind or i was making it up. but feb 10. 2011 when i had peed sorry tmi i had severe pain to the point i couldn't do anythin but try to lay down. coming to find out when i went to the er that i had a cyst that busted and i was home 3 days and in the hospital for 2. they didn't do any kind of surgery just gave me pills after pills.and now coming to find out that my left tube is blocked. but my question is is there a possibility that another cyst can come back on the same exact spot and cause the same pain... cause i'm having that feeling yet again...

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by robin8600, Feb 17, 2014
I've been having a watery vaginal discharge some Times with some blood in it constant pain in my lower and left abdomin also sharp stabbing inside the vagina??? Help

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by Timmysbecca, Feb 21, 2014
I'd like to know about the ammonia smell also. I have had this also. I  never noticed it until a little while after my tubes were tied.

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by virgowoman, Mar 01, 2015
I've been having watery pink and brownish discharge starting from the 5th day after my menstruation till 12th or 14th day of every month. I feel sharp pains inside my virgina each time i menstruate and i experience irregular monthly periods and lot ovulating. What could be wrong with me. Please i need an urgent responds. U can email me @ ***@****. Thanks  

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by virgowoman, Mar 01, 2015
I mean that i don't ovulate and i feel something like stone on the lower abdomen when i menstruate. I had severe pain during my last month period and am also having discharges from my both breast. Pls, i need help. email me @ ***@****

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by bri_elizabethhh, May 18, 2015
can someone please help me .i haven't had a period since January. i'm late I know , before that, way before i went in to go get an ultra sound and they told me i had a cyst but crappy doctor of mine never followed through or wasn't in so that's all i know. Recently i feel bloated, i've had major weight gain 98 pounds to 110+ by now, and really bad acne and hair :( I have had cramping this past week because it was supposed to be my period. of course i didn't get it but I've had the pains and all. Today i had a feeling of going to the bathroom, and when I wiped, i saw discharge with blood.. should I be concerned? I have back and cramp(not really but pain in that area) and I'm just concerned.

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