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Can a hemorrhagic cyst cause bladder infections?

Can a hemorrhagic cyst cause bladder infections?

No: Bladder infections are caused by urogenital bacteria ascending the urethra. A hemorrhagic cyst would have nothing to do with it. ...Read more

Bladder (Definition)

The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more


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Can ovarian cysts cause bladder infections?

Can ovarian cysts cause bladder infections?

No: There should not be any correlation. Bladder infections usually occur as bacteria enter the urethra and ascend into the bladder. There should not be an association with ovarian cysts. ...Read more

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My wife is 37weeks pregnant she had sonography 1days ago. Doctor says all is good but they found some large cyst near bladder. Iam worried please help?

My wife is 37weeks pregnant she had sonography 1days ago. Doctor says all is good but they found some large cyst near bladder. Iam worried please help?

Fetal abdominal cyst: I presume you are talking about your baby, not your wife's bladder. If you are expecting a little girl, an ovarian cyst is a likely explanation of little concern (although it could twist/rupture causing acute neonatal abdominal pain). If it is a boy, more serious anomalies could be at work, such as sacrococcygeal teratoma, cloacal malformation or imperforate anus. Seek maternal-fetal medicine care. ...Read more

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2day Father had surgery removed cyst from bladder. In pain has catheter is pain normal. Can't urinate as well is pain from surgery or catheter? .

2day Father had surgery removed cyst from bladder. In pain has catheter is pain normal. Can't urinate as well is pain from surgery or catheter? .

Talk with surgeon: Details are important, such as: how much is he drinking or getting in IV fluids, how much urine was coming out per hour earlier, is there blood or clots in the catheter, did urine stop coming out of the catheter (is it blocked), what kind of pain medications is he supposed to be taking, is he supposed to adjust the dosing, is his pain too high compared to other patients with a similar surgery, ... ...Read more

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Could my history of ovarian cysts be causing bladder problems such as frequency, pain and cystitis?

Could my history of ovarian cysts be causing bladder problems such as frequency, pain and cystitis?

Possibly: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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Is there a complication when cystoscopy cyst biopsy ruptured and cauterization of the ruptured cyst in urinary bladder?

Is there a complication when cystoscopy cyst biopsy ruptured and cauterization of the ruptured cyst in urinary bladder?

Possible: Cystoscopy means looking in the bladder. Biopsy means taking a small piece of bladder tissue for further study. Complications of cystoscopy and biopsy include bleeding (blood in urine), infection (uti), perforation (belly pain) and scar tissue (difficulty urinating). ...Read more

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Had excruciating pelvic pain so bad that it caused vomiting. Worst pain I've ever felt. No cysts, bladder problems, etc. Not pregnant. Other causes?

Had excruciating pelvic pain so bad that it caused vomiting. Worst pain I've ever felt. No cysts, bladder problems, etc. Not pregnant. Other causes?

See answer: Most common causes of acute, severe and potentially self-limiting pelvic pain in a young female would be kidney/ureteral stone, ovarian cyst rupture, ovulation pain (mittelschmerz), constipation-related bowel spasm. Endometriosis, pid, appendicitis less likely possibilities of acute, excruciating pain and usually have other associated symptoms. If symptoms persist or recur, md evaluation required. ...Read more

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Can an ovarian dermoid cyst press on your bladder and cause the sensation of needing to pee more often?

Can an ovarian dermoid cyst press on your bladder and cause the sensation of needing to pee more often?

Yes: Depending on the size of the dermoid cyst, it can compress other nearby structures, including the bladder and cause discomfort/pain.
See your GYN for further management and treatment options
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Sometimes I have difficulty urinating. Beginning the flow is difficult. 29 yr old female/ovarian cyst 2 yrs/yrly bladder/ovary US?

Sometimes I have difficulty urinating. Beginning the flow is difficult. 29 yr old female/ovarian cyst 2 yrs/yrly bladder/ovary US?

Urogynecologist: Consider seeing a Urogynecologist or a Urologist who has expertise in female issues. They can do a complete evaluation. Urodynamics -- a computerized analysis of voiding --- can be done if needed to determine the cause and treatment. ...Read more

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I think I have a cyst. My lower abdomen/bladder area very swollen. Is it normal for that swelling to go away if I sleep and then come back in the day?

I think I have a cyst. My lower abdomen/bladder area very swollen. Is it normal for that swelling to go away if I sleep and then come back in the day?

See doctor: A cyst may o may not go away by itself depends on the size. Your description of swollen on abdomen/bladder need evaluation, it may be an infection or simple cyst. It is best to see doctor. ...Read more

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I have a ruptured cyst, active ovarian cyst. Also a prolapsed bladder. I have very a lot of pain in pelvic area, also a bloate stomach?

I have a ruptured cyst, active ovarian cyst. Also a prolapsed bladder. I have very a lot of pain in pelvic area, also a bloate stomach?

OB/GYN Evaluation: Without more insight to your specific condition, it appears that you have several problems that warrant a thorough OB/GYN evaluation. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of a bladder cyst?

What are the symptoms of a bladder cyst?

None...: Cyst of urinary bladder is extremely rare and even non-exists. In an extreme condition of urachal cyst, that is congenital, even not within the boundary of bladder. At times, a congenital bladder diverticulum may be mistakenly perceived by laypersons as a cyst; that is what I guessed. So, to make clear for me to answer your question to the point, would you please clarify for us? I'm here to help. ...Read more

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What are methods of self-examination to know if I can have ovarian or bladder cysts?

What are methods of self-examination to know if I can have ovarian or bladder cysts?

Don't recommend: That you engage in self -diagnosis for these conditions. Do recommend medical assessment for worrisome symptoms. (It is difficult to palpate ovaries even when done on a patient). ...Read more

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I have a 9cm ovarian cyst. Can it cause fatigue, bladder pain, stomach pain, nausea & dizziness?

I have a 9cm ovarian cyst. Can it cause fatigue, bladder pain, stomach pain, nausea & dizziness?

YES: All of the above symptoms can be caused by a large ovarian cyst. This should be followed and reported to your physician. Twisting of the ovary on its blood supply can cause these symptoms and if not addressed can cause serious problem and possibe loss of the ovary ...Read more

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Can ovarian cysts cause bloating and a bladder infection?

Can ovarian cysts cause bloating and a bladder infection?

Yes: All in the same neighborhood. Ovaries can cause bbc vague, nonspecific symptoms, like bloating; can press on the urinary bladder and give similar symptoms, but not likely to cause infected urine. ...Read more

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Can a tarlov cyst cause siatica and bowl and bladder issues?

Can a tarlov cyst cause siatica and bowl and bladder issues?

Possible: Tarlov cysts are found within the sacrum and the nerves going to the bowel/bladder are exiting from there. So there could be a connection. Sometimes caudal epidural steroid injections can be helpful however if short-lived in rare situations surgery maybe performed to decompress these areas. ...Read more

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Can ovar cyst on vaginal ultrasound go from 6.0 to nothing w/in month. I didn't have to empty bladder. Is that normal.

Yes: A cyst that large should be seen on a pelvic ultrasound using a full bladder as a "window". It is expected that simple cysts should come and go. Nothing to worry about. ...Read more

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Yesterday got sharp pains lower left ab with full bladder. Emptied, pain gone. Today, very tender same area. Not a cyst, etc. Had hyst/bso 4 yrs ago.?

Yesterday got sharp pains lower left ab with full bladder. Emptied, pain gone. Today, very tender same area. Not a cyst, etc. Had hyst/bso 4 yrs ago.?

Retaining urine: Results in stretching of the bladder and compression of surrounding tissues. This commonly causes pain that is relieved by emptying the bladder. It is not unusual for there to be some tenderness of the area later due to inflammation. Try to avoid retaining urine which increases the risk of infections and can cause more serious problems. ...Read more

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I had a ultrasound of my gall bladder for pain. What is a lobulated cyst?

Benign: This is a fluid filled sac that has separate compartments. These are typically benign, and don't require treatment. It depends of course on location, size, symptoms, etc. Best to check with the doctor that ordered the test for a more complete interpretation of the results. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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My results for my recent ultrasound are that I have a septic cyst on my left kidney & a remarkable bladder. What does this mean?

'Remarkable': bladder is probably a typo and really means 'unremarkable', which is normal. The septated kdney cyst may or mat not be significant. If the septation is thin, it is likely nothing to worry about. If it is thick or irregular, it is more concerning. Speak with your doctor to get the details. ...Read more

Cyst (Definition)

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