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Abdominal Cysts In Men
Choledochal cyst: The classic presentation of a choledochal cyst is abdominal pain, jaundice, and a mass in the right upper part of the abdomen. Of course, these three together are only found in a minority of patients. However, it is certainly possible that pain would be the only symptom of this congenital disease that presents most commonly in the first year of life. ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Surgery recommended: Abdominal cystic lymphangioma is a very rare benign condition of the bowel that presents in infancy or early childhood, usually with a palpable mass(or as a finding on ultrasound). There aren't any foods to avoid — unless complications such as bowel obstruction or peritonitis occur. Usually surgery is recommended as the means to prevent bowel complications. ...Read more
Yes: I am not sure what type of cyst you are talking about — under the skin one or what? But to answer your? Is — "yes" you can get it anywhere in your abdomen. ...Read more
I have cysts and am experiencing stabbing pains in my lower left abdomen and was wondering if I should be worried?
Severe pain = ER: Causes of left lower abdominal pain can include but are not limited to: ovarian cyst, ectopic pregnancy, diverticulitis, endometriosis, inguinal hernia, ovulation pain, intestinal obstruction, crohns disease, abscess, ulcerative colitis, seminal vesicle inflammation, cancer, aortic aneurysm, renal infection or stone or injury. Get chronic pain checked especially if associated with stool changes. ...Read more
Pain on my lower right side near abdomen and ovary. Appendicitis and cyst have been ruled out. What else could it be from?
I've already had one ovary removed due to a history of cysts and pain. Now I'm experiencing severe pain directly in the center of my abdomen. I'm gues?
Abdominal pain: Your current abdominal discomfort may or may not be due to pelvic pathology. Other possibilities include adhesions, umbilical hernia, irritable bowel syndrome or intestinal inflammatory disease. In view of your history of ovarian disorders I would start with an evaluation by your gynecologist and a pelvic ultrasound. If these are unrevealing an evaluation by a gastroenterologist or general surgeon ...Read more
Revisit pelvicus since >3cm simple cyst found 3 months ago. Result shows normal but have large area of dark shadow. Been abdomen pain & faint once. Normal?
Lower abdomen: Clarify your pain -ovarian cysts are in the lower abdomen area-below umbilicus(. Belly button). Depends on where you are in the cycle, how long, how severe .... You need to see a doctor to evaluate the cysts. Depend on the size some cysts can be followed up, some needs to be removed to avoid rupture. ...Read more
Will a 4cm functional ovarian cyst on my left go away on its own and why is all my pain on my right side abdomen and back?
Yes: A 4cm. Functional cyst should resolve on its own. The pain you are experiencing on the opposite side may be unrelated or could be what is called referred pain where a problem in one location causes pain somewhere else. ...Read more
I had a severe sharp pain in my abdominal. And it went to my left side. They told me it was probaly my appendix or I had an irrupted cyst?
Hi, I am having quite severe pain in my abdomen — I think I can feel my ovary! I did have a cyst at my last check up and since then have had pain?
Contact the doctor: Provide this status update to the doctor who identified the cyst. It seems that a plan needs to be developed. Don't wait. It may be unrelated, but find out. Best! ...Read more
I have pain in my abdomen region, to the right and left of my belly button and I can also feel what appears to be a cyst possibly? What do you think?
For 1yr I have pain in left abdominal. Starts day before period&lasts 2-3 wks. Had us, no cyst. Area hurts2touch&when change from lying2sitting position.
Spastic muscle: At menses a hormone, relaxin, secreted & loosens pelvis ligaments. A large broad muscle, transversus abdominis, goes from right to left pelvic brim. This muscle maintains closure of pelvic girdle joints. Symptoms suggest tendonitis of left transversus; pain aroused by prod & action. If doctor injects Lidocaine & pain dramatically clears this proves. Then cortisone can be injected to resolve. ...Read more
What would cause internal bleeding only on the left side of the abdomen? Went in for surgery to remove a cyst on right side and found bleeding on left
I can feel a small cyst when I touch my lower right side of abdomen. No pain when touching it. Not seen, no bulge. It's under the skin. Size of a nut.
Is it possible to still feel pain in your abdomen every so often from bleeding internally (over 1.5 gallons) from an ovarion cyst rupture 2 months ago?
Unlikely: I've never heard of an ovarian cyst rupture causing other problems with abdominal organs. Having said that, there can always be problems with the formation of scar tissue due to ovarian rupture. If you've worried that your sister has ruptured, see your doctor for a repeat ultrasound. ...Read more
Yes: You need to make sure you don't have an infection. ...Read more
I have an ovarian cyst the size of a sliver dollar and having a lot of pain in my left side of my abdomen. What should I do?
Depends on pain: Ovarian cysts are very common. Every cycle you have a cyst produced where you ovulated from. Most of these cysts resolve without any treatment. However, if you are having a lot of pain then it may need to be treated now, by your doctor, because some of these cysts can twist on themselves. However, if the pain is getting better, you can wait and get a follow-up ultrasound in 6 weeks. ...Read more
I have random pains in my abdomen that gets worse when on my cycle. I have been told I have if fibroids or a cyst? What could it be?
Pain: There are many reasons for pelvic pain. A simple ultrasound test can show if you have fibroids. These benign growths on the uterus can cause pain, but they usually don't. Ovarian cysts are quite common, and usually resolve by themselves over a matter of weeks to months. There could be many other reasons for the pain you are having. You need to have a good gynecological exam and a doc to talk to. ...Read more
I have 2 ovarian cysts (one in each, both about 1.2 cm?) and recently I've been really nauseous and in pain in my abdomen. Should I be worried?
Abdominal discomfort: The abdominal discomfort may be unrelated to the ovarian cysts, but if it persists it should be evaluated by a physician. There are many possibilities but the physician will take a thorough history and perform a thorough physical examination, and then order appropriate tests in order to make a diagnosis. ...Read more
I am 45 years old. The MRI states: small amount of free fluid in the abdomen, mildly above the amount to be considered phyiologic, ovarain cyst.?
I have a history of severe ovarian cysts (complex, hemmorhage, 8cm) and my abdomen is in constant pain. To top it all off I've been having an issue wit?
Question: I am sorry;however I cannot understand what you are asking. I suggest a GYN evaluation for pain and ovarian cysts. ...Read more