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22 Nov 2005

Needs to know more about cysts
In February 2004 I had my second miscarriage. So my gynaecologist suggested I go on the injection(nurestrate) since the pill makes me sick. But after the second injection I started bleeding and used about 4 packs of 24 tampons a month. The doctors ran there tests but couldn’t find what was causing the bleeding. So I changed gynaecologist he ran more tests (that was February 2005) but my ovaries were clean.
But today I found out I have cysts on bought my ovaries my doctor said something about polar. And referred me to a specialist.
All I want to know is what types of cyst you get and there affects they on the body.
IF you could help me please
Desperate for knowledge
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GynaeDoc
gynaedoc

01 Jan 0001

Types of cysts are polycystic ovaries (PCOS. There is a lot of information on this in the archives), simple cysts, benign solid cysts and cancerous cysts. Ask your doctor to clarify what kind of cyst you have.

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