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What kind of ovariancyst cause small bleed and terrible cramps, strong pain after sex, ?While bowlmovement, heavy feeling, when sitting down, some sharp p?

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David Miller
Family Medicine
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In brief: Endometriosis?

What you are describing sounds like endometriosis, which is where the inner lining of the uterus grows outside of the organ, often implanting on the abdominal wall and other organs.
It causes pelvic and abdominal pain, often waxing and waning with your monthly cycle. Definitely worth seeing your ob/gyn for this.

In brief: Endometriosis?

What you are describing sounds like endometriosis, which is where the inner lining of the uterus grows outside of the organ, often implanting on the abdominal wall and other organs.
It causes pelvic and abdominal pain, often waxing and waning with your monthly cycle. Definitely worth seeing your ob/gyn for this.
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Dr. Michael Fox
Fertility Medicine
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In brief: Most Cysts no Pain

Although the medical world has convinced the public that cysts cause pain, in fact it is unusual.
If they twist or are involved in severe scarring, or rupture releasing irritating fluid into the abdomen this might be the case. All women who ovulate have a cyst each month that ruptures and bleeds, yet few have pain. Patients are given the cyst DX when there is no other cause found.

In brief: Most Cysts no Pain

Although the medical world has convinced the public that cysts cause pain, in fact it is unusual.
If they twist or are involved in severe scarring, or rupture releasing irritating fluid into the abdomen this might be the case. All women who ovulate have a cyst each month that ruptures and bleeds, yet few have pain. Patients are given the cyst DX when there is no other cause found.
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