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Mri Lumbar Spine Ovarian Cyst
Mri or magnetic resonance imaging is one of the more recently developed imaging modalities available to physicians. It uses powerful magnets to generate images. There is no ionizing radiation which is a major advantage over many other modalities. Mri is the best imaging exam that we have for most soft tissue and joint related problems. There are radiologists ...Read more
Would a lumbar mri show signs of ovarian or cervical tumors/cancer? Had one for back and it showed ovarian cysts (benign)
An MRI of the spine showed a 5.9cm ovarian cyst. I had a Partial Hysterectomy 25 years ago. Should I be concerned I'm 50 years old.
Need eval by Gyn onc: It would be wise to have a pelvic ultrasound, consult a Gyn oncologist and have your ovarian cyst evaluated further. Ultimately, either exploratory laparoscopic surgery or laparotomic oophorectomy may be needed to make a definitive diagnosis. Unfortunately there is no other accurate and reliable way to reassure you that your ovarian cyst is benign, even though most ovarian cysts are. ...Read more
Had lap surg to remove fluid from ovarian cyst thought to be irritating sacral nerves causing sciatica pain. How long post op should it take for nerve pain to resolve? Spine already cleared by mri
Weeks: If pain not resolved in one month, seek further evaluation. ...Read more
Had MRI on lumbar spine, tarlov cyst found. Severe lower back and r leg pain. What q should I ask the doctor tomorrow?
MRI results of lumbar spine: Small synovial cysts along the posterior aspect of the left articular facet? What does this mean in 30yr old female
No real issue: Synovial cysts are congenital variations of no significance unless they substantially enlarge, and in your case, seem a co-incidental finding of little relevance. Discuss in more detail with your doctor and have him/her demonstrate the findings on the films to provide further reassurance. ...Read more
Recently had a full spine MRI which incidentally showed follicular ovarian cysts could it have showed any problem with cervix, bladder or uterus as we?
Had an MRI on the lumbar spine. The radiologist noted in his impression that I had innumerable cystic lesions on my liver. What are cystic lesions?
Liver cysts: Liver cysts are the probable cause. These are common and are also seen in patients with polycystic liver disease. ...Read more
I take birth control pills, but the MRI I had for my back found a ovarian cyst, why would a cyst form when the birth control pills do not ovulate me.
I had an MRI that showed a "intrauterine mass." I have pain in my legs, hips, and back. I feel dizzy, too. Is this normal with a fibroid/ovarian cyst?
Can an ovarian cyst cause lower back pain (current)? Can a ovarian cyst cause a miscarriage (3yrs ago)? Diagnosed a week ago with ovarian cyst.
Ovarian cyst: Pain from the very insist would normally be filled in front and to one side or the other. However it is possible to have pain in the back from the cyst. Ovarian cysts again not the usual cause of miscarriages however, you can get a hemorrhagic corpus luteum cyst which lowers the Progesterone level which leads to miscarriage. Not a typical cause of miscarriage… But I have seen situations where Progesterone levels are very low in the presence of such assist. Check Progesterone levels and supplement if needed ...Read more
Have an ovarian cyst, ultrasound show something around the cyst. 2nd ultrasound in 6wks. Lower back pain with brown bloody discharge, any concerns????
Not yet: How large is the cyst? What does it look like: simple or complex? Where are you in your cycle, how regular are your cycles? ...Read more
Do I need immediate care? Severe pain in my abdomen pelvic and lower back. I've already been diagnosed for large ovarian cyst but don't know much else
I went to ER and they found a ovarian cyst 2cm large. Today I am experiencing horrible sharp lower back pain and nausea. Should I go back to the er?
Yes: If you're experiencing horrible pain, I'm afraid the only answer can be yes, you should get it checked out. ...Read more
A week after sex, had sharp pains in pelvic region and lower back. Doc said ovarian cyst. Could it have been a miscarriage? How young can u be to have 1?
Can a cyst feel like a bruise? I have a 4.5cm ovarian cyst. It feels like a bruise, especially when I press on it and lower back hurts too
Ovarian cyst: Yes. Ovarian cyst can cause discomfort /pain because they are space occupying lesions and so exert pressure against other organs, ligaments. The normal ovary s 3-5 cm long so a 4.5 cm cyst is not small and could cause pressure / discomfort (bruise is blood that has extravasated so is also the pressure/ pain of space occupying lesion as well as muscle damage) f/u w/ doc ...Read more
I have a 6cm ovarian cyst, the past 3 days I have had server lower back hip and leg pain. Also I have lost about 4lbs in 12 days is this normal?
2 months ago I found out I had a right ovarian cyst @ ER I'm still having sharp pains lower back pains leg pains and headaches could it b cancerous?
Unlikely.: Some cysts, like serous cystadenomas are precursors of cancers. Any cyst the persists for more than 2-3 menstrual periods should be checked further, particularly in those who have a history of ovarian cancer. You are young to think of such possibillities, but your pain is likely from your cyst, which can get filled with blood. You also could have painful endometriosis. Get it removed asap. ...Read more
Yes,: It could. But there are other potential causes, if you are having acute symptoms consider getting an evaluation. ...Read more
Pregnancy or ovarian cyst? Protected sex june 26, period july 9. Preg test july 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 31 all negative. Pelvic lower back discomfort, nausea.
Needless worrying: I think you already know the answer. But, here is what I read. You did not get exposed to semen and thus could not possibly be pregnant. But, you still did six pregnancy tests that were unnecessary since you did not get exposed to semen.... Thus it is not pregnancy. I don't mean to criticize but the reason you use birth control like condoms is to not worry like this. Right? ...Read more
It has been 5 weeks since I ruptured a hermorhagic ovarian cyst. I am still going through period like cramps and lower back pain.
You MUST contact the doctor who is looking after you. It is very likely you will be seen by the doctor in a day or two. Wish you well.
Please keep me posted. ...Read more
I have a small ovarian cyst that hasn't ruptured. Pelvic, lower back, upper back discomfort, nausea and frequent urination. When do they form?
Always: Formation of cysts is what ovaries do "for a living". The cysts that persist and cause symptoms are the ones that may need to be investigated. However, formation of cysts on the ovaries is normal. ...Read more
I have lower back pain on my left side and it hurts on the front too. I have irregular periods and I'm 37 days late. I also have had ovarian cysts?
Consult GYN: With several different symptoms and concerns such as these a gyn should be consulted. ...Read more
If I have pelvic pain on my right side and around to my lower back, could I have an ovarian cyst? I've had this before.
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I have this constant blunt pain in mu left lower back and it get worse when my cycle is near. I had my right ovary remove from ovarian cyst at 11 yrs.
See below: There are many causes of low back pain, and they are best determined by an examination of the patient. An evaluation by your primary care doctor is probably a good place to start. Back pain related to the menstrual cycle can be seen in patients with a retroverted uterus (normal variant where the uterus is positioned angled toward the back) and sometimes in patients with endometriosis. ...Read more
2am rlq pain & bloating w/ lower back pain if lying. Ovarian cyst very tender to touch but felt much smaller. Can an ovarian cyst rupture only halfway?
Can a small ovarian cyst that hasn't ruptured cause discomfort, nausea, pelvic, and lower back discomfort, pain in upper legs, can't eat, freq. Urination?
Yes: Sadly, an ovarian cyst can cause discomfort, nausea and pelvic pain. Pain in the upper legs and frequent urination with a small cyst is likely something else. You may have a bladder infection on top of having a cyst? If you've lost your appetite as well I would see a doctor for an evaluation as you wouldn't want to miss something. Best of luck! ...Read more
Can an ovarian cyst be causing swollen lymph nodes in groin (noticeable, not painful for months) and lower back pain?
Period lasting more then a week, stomack pains, cramps, lower back pain, body getting numb, feel like vomiting have an ovarian cyst what's wrong?
See a doctor: Sometimes when you have a cyst the ovary can twist, cutting off blood flow to the ovary. This can cause the symptoms you're feeling. See a doctor immediately. ...Read more
Lower left right abdom pain with lower back pain. No urinary infec no ovarian cyst no pregnancy. Pain is almost constant. Pid or could it be ibs? Help
Could be either: I would see my ob/gyn. You need to have this worked up via an exam with ultrasound, or you may need a laproscopic examination. ...Read more
Ovarian cyst or pregnancy? Protected intercourse june 26, period july 9th. Pelvic pain nausea lower back pain, preg. Tests negative july 29th, 31st
Hard to say: More information is needed to answer this question. However, ultrasound is the most reasonable approach for diagnosing ovarian cysts. ...Read more
Ovarian cyst on each ovary - one is 2cm and one is 1.5 CM but have had 3 missed periods, bloated for 3 months, nausea, pelvic pain, lower back ache, ?
And the question...:
Your pattern suggests either extreme cycle variability. 6 pregnancies, 3 births, if not ab then have you been checked for lupus?
Is this a problem with other family members or children?
Does you have extreme diet patterns, or medications that would affect your hormonal pattern?
Recommend close supervised diary of lifestyle, diet, body temp, after visit with ob-gyn. ...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