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Doctor insights on: Ovarian Cyst Causing Kidney Stone

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Will an ovarian cyst cause kidney stone like pain?

Will an ovarian cyst cause kidney stone like pain?

Possibly: Ovarian cyst s depending on their size may cause lower abdominal pain. They may also cause pain that radiates to other areas including the back. They may mimic the pain of kidney stones. When an evaluation is done urinanalysis , pelvic sonogram as well as physical exam will help to differentiate. ...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


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Left ovarian cyst hi, 4 weeks back i had pain on my left side. Initially, the doctors treated it as a kidney pain as i had a kidney stone (3mm) in my left kidney in june 2011. The doctors did the kidney treatment. I wasnt satisfied and decided to go for

Left ovarian cyst hi, 
4 weeks back i had pain on my left side. Initially, the doctors treated it as a kidney pain as i had a kidney stone (3mm) in my left kidney in june 2011. The doctors did the kidney treatment. I wasnt satisfied and decided to go for

I : I can definitely understand your concern. That is a long time to have pain, and it sounds like it has been a complicated situation. Initially you had the kidney stone that sounds like it was successfully treated, and you then had a negative ct scan. Now it is found that you have an ovarian cyst that is 3.5 cm. Ovarian cysts are painful. They can pop and rupture, leaking fluid into the peritoneal (abdomino-pelvic)space, which usually resolves on its own though it is quite painful. Most ovarian cysts resolve on their own. Please see a gynecologist in follow up to be sure that this is resolving. Some women need to be treated with medications such as hormonal treatments to resolve cysts (such as oral contraceptive tablets). If you have sudden increase in pain, fever, vomiting, or new symptoms then you would have to be seen as an emergency, but otherwise please make an appointment with a licensed gynecologist. ...Read more

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Ctscan minimal fluid in the cul-de-sac 2cm left ovarian cyst likely physiologic im 20 yrs old also my wbc is 21.5 I was at ER for kidney stone info?

Ctscan minimal fluid in the cul-de-sac 2cm left ovarian cyst likely physiologic im 20 yrs old also my wbc is 21.5 I was at ER for kidney stone info?

Elevated wbc: count suggests an inflammatory/infectious process. Minimal fluid in cul de sac and 2cm left ovarian cyst likely are incidental findings. None of the findings indicate kidney stones. ...Read more

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I went to ER with pain that resembled kidney stone. It's a large ovarian cyst (15.4 CM x 12.6 x 17.0). I have pcos, is this normal?

I went to ER with pain that resembled kidney stone.  It's a large ovarian cyst (15.4 CM x 12.6 x 17.0).  I have pcos, is this normal?

Cyst size abnormal: Gynecologist will likely advise laparoscopic unroofing, ; thereby draining the cyst. It's quite minimally invasive, specially in hands of an experienced laparoscopic surgeon. ...Read more

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Is there any connection between ovarian cysts and kidney stones?

Is there any connection between ovarian cysts and kidney stones?

No: None, but there are associated congenital kidney malformations that are often associated with certain types of ovarian cysts. ...Read more

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How do I know if it is ovarian cyst or kidney stones or childbirth?

How do I know if it is ovarian cyst or kidney stones or childbirth?

You don't, but: Largely, a professional review and analysis of the clinical features of each entity pertaining to their characteristics of symptoms, imaging studies, and related tests plus physicals will lead to an accurate diagnosis. Usually, average patients themselves won't be able to know for sure ... Ask doc for better confirmation. ...Read more

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Adolescent. Lower right chronic flank pain for 3 years. Hematuria daily. History of kidney stones. Clean scans minus an ovarian cyst.

Adolescent. Lower right chronic flank pain for 3 years. Hematuria daily. History of kidney stones. Clean scans minus an ovarian cyst.

Get checked,,,: There could be several reasons for this. It could be from many bouts of infection or it could be from stones or it can be a defect in the ureter-bladder valve causing chronic reflux. It's best to go to your doctor and get more tests like an intravenous pyelogram to scan the urinary tract and a urinalysis to check the urine due to the blood and stones. Best of luck. ...Read more

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If i did have an ovarian cyst rupture, how long does the pain last? I am completing 2 days. Appendicitis and kidney stones were ruled out.

If i did have an ovarian cyst rupture, how long does the pain last? I am completing 2 days. Appendicitis and kidney stones were ruled out.

3-5days: 3-5 days is typical. But the pain should always be gradually getting better. If it gets worse at any time, you should seek care again. Also it is 100% important that pregnancy is not a possible cause of the symptoms. ...Read more

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Doctor says I either have kidney stones or a ruptured ovarian cyst, and ultrasound isn't for another 2 weeks. Is there a way to tell the difference?

Doctor says I either have kidney stones or a ruptured ovarian cyst, and ultrasound isn't for another 2 weeks. Is there a way to tell the difference?

Another doctor: The stone in the ureter is not going to be adequately diagnosed by a pelvic ultrasound. If you're continuing to have significant abdominal and pelvic pain I would see a physician willing to do the definitive study which would be a CT scan ...Read more

Kidney (Definition)

The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more


Kidney Stone (Definition)

Solutes precipitate and combine to form stones formed of calcium oxalate usually around a nidus of uric acid. Other solutes that form stones are ca and mg phosphates, cystine, and uric acid staghorn calculi form in the presence of chronic urinary tract infections. Stones can be painful, may require ...Read more