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Can ovarian cysts cause pain down thighs? I have one on the left side and feel pain/discomfort down my thigh.

Can ovarian cysts cause pain down thighs? I have one on the left side and feel pain/discomfort down my thigh.

Referred pain: Any ovarian follicle that is larger than about two centimeters is termed an ovarian cysts. Some cysts can be as large as orange.Dull aching, or severe, sudden, and sharp pain or discomfort in the lower abdomen (one or both sides), pelvis, vagina, lower back, or thighs; pain may be constant or intermittent the most common symptom thigh pain is referred from cyst resting on nerve in the pelvic area. ...Read more

Upper Leg Pain (Definition)

Before answering this question, it would be better to define what exactly is meant by the term "upper leg". Orthopaedic surgeons (and others) typically use the term "thigh" to mean the area between the hip and the knee. They use the term "leg" to mean the area between the knee and the ankle. Thus, it is important to specify whether we are discussing pain just below the hip or ...Read more


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7 CM ovarian cyst now constant discomfort and pain in front of right thigh , stomach feeling full all the time and feeling sick, weight gain?

7 CM ovarian cyst now constant discomfort and pain in front of right thigh , stomach feeling full all the time and feeling sick, weight gain?

Needs exam: If you have a 7 cm cyst and are now experiencing pain then it is important to follow up with your gynecologist to see if surgery is indicated. ...Read more

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Can ovarian cysts cause a shooting, stinging pain down the thighs? should i be concerned? low ab pain (sore) pelvic pain (gas-like)

Can ovarian cysts cause a shooting, stinging pain down the thighs? should i be concerned? low ab pain (sore) pelvic pain (gas-like)

They can: Cysts can cause different sorts of pain. They cause pain from their size, from twisting around or fro bursting open. They can cause nausea or GI symptoms as well. So if the pain persists, you should be evaluated for lots of sources ...Read more

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Now-edema in nodes(inner thigh)w/low grade fever. W/endometrial lining@2.1cm +fluid in cul de sac&ovarian cyst@recent ER visit.Should i return2er? W/no insurance what r thoughts on what's wrong

Now-edema in nodes(inner thigh)w/low grade fever. W/endometrial lining@2.1cm +fluid in cul de sac&ovarian cyst@recent ER visit.Should i return2er? W/no insurance what r thoughts on what's wrong

No ER: Perhaps there is a plan parnthood clinic in your town or other free health care clinic. The er is not the place for a detailed conversation about causes of enlarged lymph nodes in your inner thigh. It sounds like from your note that an ultrasound was performed. I also assume that blood work was done. I'd follow up via phone call in a few days to check on the lab results and seek a clinic appt. ...Read more

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Am i pregnant, or do I have an ovarian cyst? Me and my boyfriend had sex the 4th. At least a day or two after, severe pain in my abdominal area, and tender boobs. The pain shoots through my thighs, and lower back. Sometimes my hip hurts too. I have to pe

Am i pregnant, or do I have an ovarian cyst? Me and my boyfriend had sex the 4th. At least a day or two after, severe pain in my abdominal area, and tender boobs. The pain shoots through my thighs, and lower back. Sometimes my hip hurts too. I  have to pe

A : A variety of things could be going on. Yes an ovarian cyst is possible. A urinary tract infection (uti), std's, vaginal infections etc. Are all possible. Pregnancy should be ruled out with a pregnancy test and all the other issues can be investigated by your doctor with simple testing in the office. If your doctor believes you have an ovarian cyst, a special type of ultrasound will be ordered to visualize your ovaries. Best of luck. ...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


Thigh Pain (Definition)

The thigh is the upper part of your lower extremity between your hip and knee. Any pain within this region could be considered thigh pain. Possible diagnosis include fractures, stress fractures, muscle contusions or strains, referred pain from the back and hip to ...Read more