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A 19-year-old female asked:

can an ovarian cyst make it hard to urinate? as in having to really push to get it out?

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Dr. John Tillett
Urology 22 years experience
Unlikely.: Ovarian cysts, unless extremely large, shouldn't cause troubles emptying your bladder. I would see you doctor and find a more likely explanation, which, for your age group, is most likely urinary tract infection.
Dr. James Lin
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Not related...: Ovarian cysts are common like those in kidneys in many people around the globe. They belong to genital tract and are far away from the bladder. Most likely, your voiding trouble is independent and unique to you. To reveal what and how you voids, go to Doc timely to make sure of no UTI, being able to empty bladder or hold the urine, etc. So, both are unrelated. Best wish...

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