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Cyst In Perineal Area
Have developed a midline perineal cyst, can it be excised on at outpatient basis using local anesthetic, scalpel, and stitches?
Probably: This can usually be done as an outpatient. Your examining DR will be able to give you a better prediction on this however, since they have the advantage of seeing the cyst and performing the exam
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
I've just developed a midline perineal cyst in the center o my perineum midway between scrotum & rectum. Can it be excised on an outpatient basis?
Yes: And probably under local with conscientious sedation
Yes: There are a variety of things that can cause a cyst in this area. General treatment for cysts such as this include warm compresses for 20 minutes every 1-2 hours; however you should contact your physician to be evaluated in case this cyst requires drainage.
Cyst: It varies. If it is infected, painful or enlarging surgery may be indicated. Open and drainage vs excision depending on the process. You need to be seen by a board certified gynecologist.
See below: This depends on what cyst and in what organ. Usually, though, a heterogenous area in a cyst may mean a solid nodule component, an area of debris containing proteinaceous or hemorrhagic materials, or septations. This is a nonspecific description and more information would be helpful.
I've recently started to feel pain right above my anus. It hurts when I touch the area and when I sit a certain way I've had two cysts in the past?
Common problem: Cysts in the vaginal area are call Nabothian cysts. There other type of cysts that can develop. Sexual intercourse can sometimes be very uncomfortable. Please make an appointment with your OB/GYN and let him/her get rid of the cyst. Most times it is a simple office procedure.See 1 more doctor answer
Not likely to win: Skin cysts can occur randomly at the site of any surgery and are not usually a sign that the surgeon did something wrong to cause the cyst. Unless the patient has suffered an injury caused by something the surgeon did wrong or failed to do right, a law suit is just a waste of everyone's time. Check with a lawyer, if you want, but get the cyst attended to if it is giving you trouble.See 1 more doctor answer
Was told I have a cyst, or a lesion on my right kidney, I been having pains in that area, what should I do?
Kidney: A simple cyst on the kidney is of no concern. A lesion could be any abnormal finding, including a cyst. The important distinction would be if the radiologist called it a mass. Discuss details with your doctor. You can get some blood and urine tests as well. Further imaging like a ct scan can also evaluate for stones and ureteral problems.
Do you know good specialist in Dallas/Ft. Worth area? I have over 30 tumors and cyst in my body and I just turned 30
Plenty: See your family doctor first and refer you.
I have a sort of cyst (what I think) right on my underwear line (bottom area) and it seamed to have popped on its own. What should I do?
My husband had a minor procedure done today and they did 3 stiches in his upper back area (they removed a small cyst) is it normal to have heavybleed?
Please call: Your surgeon. Heavy bleeding is not normal. Meanwhile, apply continuous pressure with a clean towel or gauze for 20 minutes every hour. But do have the doctor on call get back to you about this tonight.
Infected pilonidal: If painful worry about a chronically infected pilonidal cyst, see your physician.
How do you keep from cysts from forming in the groin area? I don't remember what my dr. Called what she thinks I might have but she injected steroid.
Hidradenitis: Hidradenitis suppurativa may be the diagnosis. The primary issue is not infection but abnormalities of the sweat glands.
NF?: There are a number of genetic conditions that cause 'cysts' to grow in different parts of the body. One of the most common would be neurofibromatosis, nf-1.
Likely nothing: Sometimes, after ovulation occurs, the follicle which contained the egg fills with blood and then slowly gets reabsorbed. This finding is likely a resolving hemorrhagic follicular cyst. I would not recommend any followup for this finding unless it was identified because of symptoms (pain?), and only if the symptoms persist.