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07 Aug 2007

Cyst Size of Golf Ball
I recently went to my docter and had a scan.
On my left ovarian tube I have a cyst the size of a Golf Ball filled with blood. Now near my period I seem to have pain in that area where the cyst is situated. My left leg is numb and my left foot has cramps. Is it possible for the cyst to affect my leg and my foot? The docter said I must phone when I have pain caused by
the cyst, and I did but he doesn't seem to make a big deal of it?
Can this cyst be life threatening because of its size? Seeing that
I have Diabetes Type 2 and am scared of the affects that the Cyst might cause combined with my Diabetes, is this dangerous?
On the area where my cyst is situated I have a burning sensation with pain, is this normal at all? Please tell me what to do?
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GynaeDoc
gynaedoc

01 Jan 0001

The cyst could be giving referred pain to your leg and could also cause localised pain. Cysts are not life threatening. If they are large and are causing a lot of pain, surgery may be necessary. Discuss this with your doctor.

Best wishes
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