Has anyone had all kinds of craziness when having a cyst?

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4 months ago I started having abdominal pain all around.  I went to ER where they did a CT scan and found a 2 cm cyst.  It was a small follicular one and I followed up with my GP.  I was also having constipation and diarrhea, as well as some normal ones. Went back to GP because I started having weird throbbing and stabbing pains all over the place.  Dr said it may have ruptured which can cause that.  I was also bedridden two and a half weeks ago with extreme fatigue.  No pain until mid week when I was having bad cramps and hip pain.  I had started on the Loryna birth control hoping it would help, but stopped after only one month (last dosage after my bedridden week).  I guess I’m wondering if anyone else has had all the strange pains (shoulders, chest, kidneys, ovaries, etc) with such a small cyst?  I’ve also dealt with anxiety and depression since this all started and it comes out of nowhere.  Has anyone else had that as well?  Go back to GP next week.  

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    I have known I’ve had cysts on my right ovary since 2014. Mine is 5cms and potentially a second smaller one. I’ve been having a hell of a week with mine getting excruciating pain 5 days ago thinking I ruptured and have been stuck in bed since and doctors don’t seem to know what the actual problem is(even went to the ER). I’m having similar symptoms including the shoulder pain but mine occurs across the top front part over my collar bone (same space whereoverhauls would hang) when I breath, on my right side. Low back pain, belly bloat unable to eat, heightened resting heart rate (116bpm) nausea, belching, diarrhea, stomach cramping, pelvic cramping etc. Doctors have little to say about it all and have just summed it up as “normal.” Prettt frustrated, as I’m sure you are too. I hope you get some relief soon.
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