I have a large cyst (7 X 8 cm) on my left ovary and I was wondering if could be causing tingling and burning in my right foot and calf and in my left hand and wrist. My tongue also tingles and I've developed a dry, bark-like cough.
I have too have a cyst on my left ovary and am waiting for surgery - I too am having this feelings of burining in my feet and light pins and needles sensation in my hands and legs - again my tongue also tingles - was looking to see if anyone else had been experiencing anything like this !
I am waiting to see my ong/gyn to see if this cyst is malignant - as it is showing and irregular edge and focal thickening ! also my CA125 is raised at 212- ( i do however have uterine fibroids and a further simple cyst - which i have beeen told can raise the level
Has anyone else experienced anything like this - I am out of my mind with worry with the whole OC thing and wondered if this might be signs of stress/anxiety
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