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Lower back pain

I am 30 years old. I was recently diagnosed with ovarian cycts. I have 6 on right ovary one is 6.5cm. 4 on the left ovary and two in my tubes and one on the outside of my tubes. I also found out that I have a blood clot in my left leg. I am now having a lot of lower back pain. Been to the doctor and they gave me some pain meds and scheduled me for another ultrasound to determine when the surgery is. I have not felt pain like this since I was diagnosed. Sometimes it hurts so bad to even walk. Not sure what to do. Called the doctor and they told me to keep going to the ER to get the cycts looked at. Don't know how much more of this pain I can take.
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I hope you get some answers soon.  Pain is a terrible thing... along with the anxiety of all this.  Keep us posted.
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With that many cysts, do you possibly have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)? Some of the common traits are cystic ovaries (cysts appear as a string of beads), hirsutism (excess body and/or facial hair), oily and acne-prone skin, irregular menstrual cycle. PCOS is a metabolic disorder of insulin resistance. If you have PCOS, I would think you would develop more cysts after having the current ones removed.
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