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Blood Filled Cysts
I have a 4 inch left ovarian blood filled cyst. Confirmed by vag us. It's so painful. My ob put me on a high dose bc pill. He's helped me w// pain meds. He now won't continue to help me & refuses to do sugrey since I have fibromagylia. This ob needs to see
Second Opinion: A 10 cm cyst should be addressed surgically if you are not responding to hormonal suppression. Seek a second opinion. ...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
Am trying to conceive at the moment and may or may not be pregnant. Having symptoms but no positive Hpt. Two weeks late with my period. Have been off of bc for 2 years. Have had problems in the past with large blood filled cysts on my ovaries causing me to ha
What could be the cause of anemia in a 28 week old fetus, along with blood filled placental cysts?
Really?: Family doc here, just would maybe like to help you tho I'm not certain I can. Fetal anemia? ...they test for that? ....I must be behind in my peds smarts, but I only see ages 2 and above. I figure if the fetus has anemia and your circulation is shared via placenta, then you have anemia. Or these placental blood filled cysts are causing an anemia. You need to have a better talk w/whomever said this ...Read more
I have a blood filled ovarian cyst and IV just missed a period. What could be rong, could the cyst be getting worse?
Possibly: I assume you were told about the cyst after having an ultrasound or ct scan. The most common cause of a missed period in a female of childbearing age is pregnancy. You should probably take a pregnancy test first. If that is negative you can move on to a thorough work-up with the gynecologist who ordered the imaging study. Be well. ...Read more
Not very serious.: Hey blood-filled for hemorrhagic cyst is not uncommon. If it is not painful then it can be observed to see if it will resolve without treatment. If a hemorrhagic cyst causes pain or does not resolve and it may need to be removed surgically. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Can an 9cm blood filled ovarian cyst cause or make haemorrhoids & uterine prolapse reoccur or is it just coincidental
Gyn exam needed: A 9cm blood filled ovarian cyst is not likely to "cause or make hemorrhoids and pelvic prolapse worse." It would be wise to consult a gynecologist to have a careful evaluation of the ovarian cyst particularly, (diagnosis is needed and treatment /removal may be necessary) of the pelvic prolapse and of the hemorrhoids as well. ...Read more
Should I be worried about blood cysts? I keep noticing what I think would be best described as small blood cysts (blood filled pockets of skin) that generally pop easily (usually just by a little pressure from my finger, though they've been getting more d
I: I think it would be worth visiting your doctor to discuss this. One condition that can cause little "blood cysts" is thrombocytopenic pupura, which is caused by an abnormally low platelet count. If that's what's going on, then it would be important to know because it would put you at risk for major hemorrhages and because it could reflect other health problems. ...Read more
I have a large (10cm), septated, ovarian cyst and I'm 14.5. Weeks pregnant. I'm 38 and thisit's blood-filled. What are the odds it's cancer?
3 to 5 %: There is 3 to 5 % chance of septated ovarian cysts to be cancerous. ...Read more
What looks like a cysts appear on stomach when squeezed looks like a purple blood filled blister forming under skin. Hard to burst even with pin.
Blister: Did you sterilize the pin before using it? Ask your GP to examine and evaluate you. ...Read more
Usually not serious: It's very common to form ovarian cysts. Sometimes the fluid inside is clear (simple cyst) or the cyst is filled with blood (hemorrhagic cyst). For the most part, they are not dangerous at all. They resolve over time usually. If a hemorrhagic cyst is very big (5cm or more) it can cause discomfort/pain or lead to other bad outcomes (ovarian torsion) which is rare. Cysts rarely require surgery. ...Read more
Complex cysts, filled with internal echoes. Cyst is thick-walled with peripheral blood flow what does that mean? On ovaries
30yr old f:i get cysts around my genitals sometimes blood & or puss filled. I get them on my chin 2. What causes this. Good hygene btw!?
I am a female and get large cysts around my genitals and inner thighs. They are blood or puss filled. How can I prevent or treat them? Some r painful.
Drain and culture: These are not uncommon. Often time they need to be drained and cultured to determine exactly what is causing this. Treatment can then be focused and preventing or treating the specific cause. Warm compresses and good hygeine can also help, but see your doctor to discuss options. ...Read more
I have a bump on my left ring finger (palm side) that I was told is a cyst. However, when I try popping it all I get is a lot of blood and it never shrinks (like a fluid filled bump would if you drained the fluid). How do I get rid of it?
Can nodular cystic acne be treated by laser or light therapy. I hv acne filled with pus n blood and wish to get rid over it through laser. Possible?
This is serious: I'm glad you're on isotretinoin and this is appropriate for a woman in your situation. Hopefully you'll get a good result. Other meds that may help if you relapse include spironolactone and the oral contraceptive pill. Lasers may be an adjunct for you. I'm really glad you're managing this and wish you the best for as long as you need to be treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ovarian Cyst: Hemorrhagic ovarian cysts are quite common. Many produce no symptoms at all, but others may cause pain in mid-cycle, especially if they rupture. Occasionally, large ones can rupture suddenly and be an acute emergency. If you are concerned, I would definitely discuss the matter again with your gynecologist. ...Read more
Stop squeezing: Better go see doctor for exam. Stop squeezing the area you can cause more issues ...Read more