in my family all girls had savear cycts and so do i was diagnosed with a cyct 6 months ago and i have horrible pains a mis carried and since i was 9 ( when i started my period) till now im 22 i would have savear stomuch pains , that wouldnt allow me to eat for 3 days and i would be rolle dup into a boll . and now i just noticed that in these two months march and april after i had my period my pains haven't apeared at all i have had other stomuch pains that were not dealing with the cyct , they were something different and i wanted to know is it normal that my pains are gone , and what does it all mean?
Sudden disappearance of pain may not mean anything and is good for you. However this can also be because of anovulation or a possible pregnancy. If there is any such risk then you should check out with your Doctor.
Hope this helps.
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