Can ovarian cysts be problematic with an iud?

No. Ovarian cysts should not be problematic for an intrauterine device. They have no correlation with an iud that i know of. As long as the iud is where it is inside the uterus, the cysts shouldn't be causing problems with the iud.
Ovarian Cyst. Ovarian cysts can occur with or without an iud. If your iud is the mirena, (levonorgestrel) ovarian cysts may occur and disappear according to their patient handout. Personally, I have never had any problems with ovarian cysts and iud in my practice. Most benigh ovarian cysts resolve by themselves.

Related Questions

How common are ovarian cysts after IUD insertion?

Cysts. Women in reproductive age will create a cyst each month in order to ovulate, 2-4cms in size. So this cyst could have been coincidental and not as a result ofthe iud. Read more...
No association. I am not aware of association between iud insertion and ovarian cyst development. An iud is used to scar up the uterine lining to prevent pregnancy while the ovarian cysts develop separately inside the ovaries so i don't think there is any association. Read more...

I it possible that the nuvaring will help me with my ovarian cysts? As opposed to the IUD which I just took out....?

Maybe. Ovarian cysts are incredibly common and usually resolve on their own. Ovarian cysts are very slightly more common in Progesterone (mirena) iud users. Nuvaring will not help a current cyst resolve but it may help in preventing future cysts. Read more...
Yes, it should. The iud just keeps the egg from being fertilized by incapacitating the sperm in the uterus. It has no effect on the ovary. Nuvaring, like the pill, the patch, the shot and the implant all keep you from ovulating by stopping the development of the follicle (cyst) that contains and releases the egg. Read more...

21 year old I had an US to check on recent IUD placement. 2.5cm x 1.4cm septated ovarian cyst. Is this something that needs to come out now or monitor?

Evaluation. There a different causes of cysts on sonogram. They can arise from the Fallopian tube or ovary. The size cyst you describe is small and common in someone your age. You should follow up with a sono in the next 2-3 months of monitor for resolution or change. If it becomes symptomatic, grows significantly, or changes in appearance, you could undergo a laparoscopic procedure to remove the cyst. . Read more...

Intense Ovarian cyst cramps at night on two birth controls already (iud and lo estrin) is this normal?

Pelvic pain. While you may hurt in the area where ovaries lie, it is extremely rare to have cramps or pain from ovaries unless you have a very large cyst or are ovulating which your birth control pill would prevent. I would recommend being evaluated for another source of pain such as uterine cramping, intestinal cramps, musculoskeletal pain. Also, make sure you are drinking 2liters of water per day. Read more...
No. Ovarian cysts won't cause cramps , rather other pelvic issues, you need to be seen by your gynecologist or primary doctor , all the best. Read more...