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I am 24 years old, and have a 2 year old son, since having him my periods have been regular. I had a miscarriage on MArch 26th this year at 6 weeks preg. and had a regular period again at the end of april. My period in May was 4 days early and lasted 10 days, and i have just ogtten my period yesterday (2 weeks late). i tested and i wasnt pregnant this month.
I have had very bad pain in my ovarys and lower back, like a sharp stinging the last two months, as well as had very sore boobs about 2-3 weeks ago.i havent been to a doctor yet and obviously will have to, but i was just seeing if someone on here had similar things, or could lean me in the right direction of what could be wrong.
End of April ihad a check for ovarian cysts and there were none detected but with the internal ultrasound i experineced pain when she put it over myu right ovary. i havent had any further testing. ive had my gardisal vaccination shots bar the third one. I am also due for a pap smear. i am worried about PCOS,ovarian cancer and endometriosis...
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replied July 9th, 2008
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replied July 10th, 2008
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Hey, um ive never experienced anything like this but my sis n law has. She found out he had cyst. I know you said you have been checked. I would just go to the doctor again. IT could possiably be something that needs to be taken care of soon.

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replied August 5th, 2008
It is usually recommend to include oophorectomy that too bilateral rather than cystecomy in the laparoscopic management of ovarian cysts in postmenopausal women. Many make the mistake of choosing the ovarian cyst fluid for the cytological examination to ascertain whether a cyst is malign or not. The accuracy factor is only 25% in this case and besides there is also the risk of a cyst rupture and in the event the cyst is malign then it could have deadly repercussions which may even impact the survival chances of the individual. Therefore it is safe to say that Aspiration has no specific role in managing of asymptomatic ovarian cysts in postmenopausal women.
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