gynaecology appointment

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I first went to a and e In February with cronic pain I kept telling the doctor I had a cyst they dint listen to me they did pregnancy test to rule out etopic pregnancy and my urine for infetion and ran blood tests to rule out any else and sent me home with anti biotic's and pain killers they told me I needed a ultrasound to see what was going on they found a cyst on my right side it's not gone away they have done blood test once already for ovarian cancer got my gynaecology appointment in may bit scared I don't know what to expect can anyone tell me if they been to gynaecology appointment already what to expect

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    Have you had any gyncelogical issues inin the past? Or hahave you had anyany adno minal surgery?

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    i had a cyst diagnosed by ultrasound it was huge so the timescale was a bit quicker than yours. i saw the gynae within 2 weeks its nothing to be scared of they will just chat, do a quick internal examination bit like a smear, may do some bloods. they will then plan whether they will watch and wait for if surgery is needed.

    i had surgery they removed 20cm cyst xx

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    hi lauren

    i had a cysts that was enlarging so they had removed it last year did they do a vanigal ultrasound that will determine if it is a cyst and how big it is

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    its small to be causing issues did they say what type if cyst it was. friend of mine had one only 4cm or something but it caused her pain. they went in to look and it was a bloody filled cyst which was leaking and causing pain. they decided to leave it and it has gone away now.

    hope you get sorted, keep us updated

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