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if an ovarian cyst does not shrink or rupture, what happens? is there other complications besides pain?


4 Responses to “if an ovarian cyst does not shrink or rupture, what happens? is there other complications besides pain?”

  1. Q says:

    It can impair fertility. Also, sometimes, cysts are connected to the ovary by a thin membrane, that can get twisted around the artery leading to the ovary, and cut off the blood supply. Result: extreme pain, then death of the ovary.

  2. omfg16 says:

    i think it like sticks to the falopian tube wall and just stays there…but thats just a geuss i kinda forgot

  3. soldiersprincess says:

    it will go away, some can get removed through surgery if needed because of pain and size and location. Not no serious complications, go to the doctor just in case

  4. Nat@49 says:

    I had poly-cystic ovaries that came and went. One cyst continued to grow causing so much pain, it had to be removed. (It grew to the size of an orange). During surgery, it spontaneously burst and the doctor had to "vacuum" the bacteria from my abdomen. It was a long recovery period, but this was over 10 years ago. I’m sure surgical procedures, diagnoses, treatments have improved since then. I’m just fine now.

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