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Ovarian cyst causing discharge and odor ?

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I was told by the er thta i have a ovarian cyst they didnt tell me how big or nothing just that i had one i hurt during sex,I have alot of discharge and sometimes it has a very bad odor ,i sweel up in my stomach also any advice could it just be the cyst doing this or could there be more


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replied December 16th, 2010
Ovulation and Ovaries Answer A17826
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
A lot of discharge or increase in discharge along with bad odor is a sign of infection. Follow the advice given at ER and visit a gynecologist at the earliest to go ahead with further examination and investigations to confirm and identify the infection and get started on treatment. The ovarian cysts will need an ultrasound scan to confirm the number and size. If they are more in number and big in size, the abdominal swelling or distension can be attributed to the presence of ovarian cysts.
Take care.



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