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I have extracted the cyst fluid and it totals 10cc. The cyst fills back up with fluid in a couple of days. Why does it stop filling with fluid? Why doesn't the cyst keep growing larger? After the cyst is full again where does the rest of the fluid go? If it fills in a couple of days then the source of the fluid must be still producing so where does it go? I am suspicious that the cyst is not really a cyst just a backed up Epididymal tube. But then it does not change in size after ejaculation of the prostate. Any thoughts?
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