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Tests To Diagnose A Hernia Or Ovarian Cysts In Women
Informed decision: You should consider how you feel, the chaces the disease will get worse, and the accuracy of the diagnosis. There are some excellent hernia surgeons in Columbus if you wanted a consultation. 500 18th Street, Suite A-30 Columbus, GA 31901 (706) 660-2950. Hope this helps! ...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
What foods can you eat if you have both an Ovarian Cyst, hernia and two spotings on the kidney and bm area organ?
Healthy foods: I don't know of any foods that would affect an ovarian cyst. But definitely it seems that a lot of your health issues come from abdomen area. Make sure to eat a lot of fiber. I'm likely kale salads right now. Blueberries are another super food that's in season now. But fiber to keep your intestines regular is #1. Also stay well hydrated with water in these summer months. ...Read more
I want to know if my Ovarian cyst is causing problems I have pain all the time and bulging they said it was not a hernia.
How can I tell the difference between a hernia and ovarian cyst? It hasnt been painful until now and its only slight stinging
Could a hiatal hernia be caused by ovarian cysts? I had them at same time before, have hernia again, am curious if it's likely more cysts formed too.
No: Ovarian cysts do not cause hiatal hernias and ovarian cysts do not cause hiatal hernias. It is an unlucky coincidence. ...Read more
How common is it for within a year one CT states left ovarian cyst and 6 months later left inguinal fatty hernia no mention of ovarian cyst. Diff rad?
Ovarian cyst ? Hernia ? Cancer? My lower right pelvic region is very tender and hurts. I feel some sort of bulge or mass when walking sitting coughin
Complex ovarian cyst w/intern.Septations, submuc. Fibroids, nabothian cysts, liver cyst, hernia. All new w/in last 8 weeks. Possible cancer? Type?
Slow down a bit...: Ok, you have a lot of issues just recently identified. I'm doubtful you have any cancer. Your biggest concern appears to be the ovarian cyst, which is probably benign, but you need to be evaluated by your gyn. The hernia is an elective process, and the liver cyst is probably congenital. Fibroids and nabothian cyst can also be evaluated by your gyn. Take a breath and make an appointment. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have uterine fibroids ovarian cysts two hernias sleep apnea and high blood pressure just found out I'm pregnant is it safe had 4 csections overweig?
I have an ovarian cyst and i now have stomach pain and loose stools/diarrhea and nautious is my cyst causing that or is that from my hyena hernia?
Nonspecific: Abdominal pain, nausea, and diarrhea are fairly nonspecific symptoms. They could be due to a variety of GI problems, most of which however are probably functional. While a hiatal hernia isn't anatomic problem that can cause some functional problems, this is usually related to difficulty eating, chest pain, anemia, or reflux symptoms. You could see your primary care provider to try to sort this out. Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the percentage of women who end up being pregnant even with a negative blood test ? And is it possible to get pregnant with an ovarian cyst ?
Time & technique : Blood tests for pregnancy are highly accurate. However, if the test is too early, the test may be negative and women may become "pregnant" after the test. It is advisable to do the test after a missed period. It is quite possible to become pregnant with an ovarian cyst. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pregnancy possible: A uterine fibroid is a non-cancerous tumor in the uterus. It doesn't usually prevent pregnancy unless it is very large or inside the uterine cavity. An ovarian cyst is a fluid structure on the ovary. Small ovarian cysts are a normal finding on the ovary. Large ovarian cysts (>4-5ccm) can cause pain but usually do not keep you from getting pregnant. Best wishes! ...Read more
Generally no,but....: There are a few ovarian tumors that cause false positive pregnancy tests, but there are a variety of other reasons for a persistent elevated pregnancy level. For example I have a patient who had head trauma 2 years ago and has not been sexually active since then, but always has a low positive pregnancy test level. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very rare: Most women at age 60 are now post menopausal and not ovulating any longer which is the primary cause of functional ovarian cysts. An ovarian "cyst" at this age is a concern as malignancies are more common. ...Read more
Many causes: Go to http://www.Emedicinehealth.Com/ovarian_cysts/article_em.Htm there you will find all the answers you seek (that are possible to answer). Most important is you see your gyn if you feel you have these symptoms. ...Read more
When ovulating: When women are of childbearing age, the ovaries produce follicles with eggs in them. The egg is released and then can be fertilized. Sometimes the follicle does not release the egg and this can turn in to an ovarian cyst. This can occur in any woman of childbearing age. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An U/S of anything: Shows size, shape, and consistency of the tissue, or inconsistencies that are fluid filled (cysts) or solid filled or at least not filled with water density...This can be menstrual cycle dependent as well, and ovaries are on both sides, with the tubes are called adnexa. Fluid in the abdomen acan also be seen. None of this provides a diagnosis: need cells or tissue. ...Read more
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