I was just diagnosed at ER with a 2.2 cm right ovarian cyst..I went in due to bladder/pelvic pain, pressure burning kind of feeling in my bladder..thought it was a UTI..tests were negative, so were cultures. PAP & GYN Cultures also negaitve too, bloodwork fine as well...I have read cysts can cause this bladder pain? Is this true???
I have been having the same issues. I am getting another US on Wednesday, but about a month ago my cyst was the same size of yours, and I had clusters of tiny cysts on my other ovaray. Anyway, I also had right side pain high into my rib, and still do. I keep getting bladder infections ever since they found the cyst(s), dignosed by a high white blood count in my urine.
I think Wednesday i will have more answers (I hope!), but I know for sure I did not have bladder issues prior to the cysts.
I had NO bladder issues prior to this either!!! And EVERY Time I take an at home UTI test the Leukocytes are as positive as can get with no nitrates....But Everyone says no uti....Feels like one though....Can the leuokocytes be high in your urine with no nitrates & still be infection? Im also running a low grade fever..
Thanks so much for your input!!!! Goodluck with your pain as well...I HATE to feel bad!! ugh!!!! :o(
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