Well it depends on the cyst and where and how attached it is i think, I had an ovarian cyst the size of two grapefruits on my right fallopian tube/ovary, and when i had to get emergency surgery to get… Full Answer
I have acutally went thru with having the pain and everything and the doctors actually found out that i had a cyst and they are very painfulm so my best advise is to go see pur doctor because u could… Full Answer
my daughter is 30 have ovariam cyct 1cm she is in hospital 1week with constant pain does this cyst need to be operated. last year they took ovary and tub from a cyst that was the size of a grape… Full Answer
I wouldn't think so. That would have to be a very large cyst. I had one during my last pregnancy, and as my doctor put it to me "eventually the baby is going to win". Sure enough, the growing fetus… Full Answer
i had a corpus luetum cyst when i was pregnant. it got to be bigger than the baby when i was 10 wks pg. then it ruptured... worst pain ever- even worse than labor. my baby turned out to be… Full Answer
the cyst can and most likely will shrink itself. although i have had a cyst the same size that ruptured, this is VERY painful you will know when it ruptures. your doctor will tell you were or not it needs… Full Answer
A cyst develops on the ovary every time an egg is released. Normally, the cyst swells and bursts releasing the egg so the fallopian tube can reach out and grab the egg. However, due to hormones and stress sometimes the… Full Answer
Ovarian cysts are sacs filled with fluid or a semisolid material that develops on or within the ovary. These cysts are common in women and most ovarian cysts are not cancerous (benign). Typically, ovarian cysts are functional (not disease related)… Full Answer
A cyst is an accumulation of cells that have formed a sort of sack beneath the skin which can be filled with air, cellular material, or fluids. If the cyst does not resolve itself, it should be surgically removed. A… Full Answer
no it doesnt.i had my first 2 kids with both ovaries and fallopian tubes.after that i had a cyst on one of my ovaries and i lost that ovary and fallopian tube.i then went on and had 2 more kids… Full Answer
A D and C (dilate and curettage) is a gynecological procedure that requires dilating the cervix and scraping out the uterus of unwanted particles. If a cyst needs to be removed, this is an option to remove it.
Good question. Your doctor probably should have explained this one a little more. From the question, it just sounds as though you are going to have an ovarian cyst removed, yes? If that is the case, they are not going… Full Answer
I had surgery to remove a quarter-sized pilonidal cyst removed and the procedure itself didn't hurt at all but yes it definitely hurt afterward. I was surprised to see the large black hole that was left in my back. Seeing… Full Answer
Well, your ovary still runs its cycle even though the uterus has been removed. Each month, a normal ovary creates a cyst and then the prostoglandans kick in and the cyst goes back down. If the pain is intermittent, then… Full Answer
I had surgery to remove a chocolate cyst from my right ovary in 2007. The doctor ended up removing my right ovary as well because the cyst had gone undiagnosed so long that my ovary was twice its normal size… Full Answer
Yes, you normally can get pregnant with an ovarian cyst. Assuming the ovary is still working normally and releasing eggs, you could get pregnant. Even if it isn't the other ovary will probably be working.