Concern about a cyst

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I was sent to the ER four days ago because of a sudden, severe abdominal pain. The gynecologist was from hell: yelled at me for going to the hospital for such a small thing. Prescribed only pain medicine.

On monday (two days ago) I went to ER again, becaus the pain didn't stop. It was better but I was still in pain. Blood results showed 11.6sth of leukocytes, and I had a mild fewer. Echoscopy showed a 4x5.2 cm cyst with several(?) Walls and free fluid (1cm) in the abdomen. I was prescribed antibiotics. I went to see my gynecologist again yesterday. She said that there wass a lot of free fluid in my abdomen area, and the cyst looked weird/different that what she is used to see. Told me to continue my antibiotics course and see her after my period.

Should I be worried? The pain is still continuing. Not severe, but uncomfortable. My abdomen feels bloeted, my pants wont fit, I don't want to eat.

Should I be worried? Can it be a cancerous cyst?

Sorry for being paranoid smile

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    Hi hun i also had this pain 3 yrs ago and was told it was ibs,it was a dermoid benign tumor;cyst ,when i has the op ,next morning the surgeon came to see me and was so sorry as it was ready to burst,was 3.5 times around my ovary,torsion,it is not cancer hun ,sounds same as i had,go back phone them ,i suffered lots pain ,but you should not have to hurt ,unfair .tell them your still in pain and need the cyst removed asap ,hope this helps but dont think its cancer it isnt ,all the best and be well soon hope goes well tc xx


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