Hi, I have been diagnosed with two complex cysts. I have been bleeding constantly since last menstrual Jan.28th. The L ovary has a 3 cm complex/complicated cyst and the R has a complex/complicated 7cm cyst. My iron is at 5.5 and am going to the gyno tomorrow to discuss everything. I have suffered with migraines since I was 12 and have been having problems with my cycles for about 8 years.My main concern right now is getting the bleeding to stop. Is it normal for constant bleeding with these cysts? I am dealing with a lot of distention in my abdomen. I have constant pain,(high threshold for pain), and have tried ibuprofen and tylenol, they don't touch it. I am trying to figure out what questions I need to ask, and if there is a better medication for pain I can take. I am not a fan of narcotics because they only make me feel like I'm on drugs w/pain, lol. I thought of Ultram, has worked for pain before but it wasn't this kind of pain. I am supposed to start my period Sunday,(never stopped), and am conerned because everything is increasing the closer I get.Thanks for your time:)
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