Well my dear, i being in the med field , we always consider the age and the future of the patients we receive, if the patient is too old we even tel them not to undergo a surgery. u being a young girl, will always be of prime consideration. docs will to the most extent possible preserve the ovaries considering other factors concerning u..... if the cond they c is helpless, theypossibly wld preserve atleast one of them........ and another important thing is that b4 any surgery it is the responsibility of the doc to explain the procedure n elaborate the side effects,,,,,, so let it b jus possible removal oly, think positively n pray well, theres nothing tat god cant do,,,He may even put u away from the surgery,,,, Jehovah Rapha,is ur healer,,, Amen
I'm sorry your dealing with this. I'm 23 years old and have my first and hopefully last hemorrhagic cyst. Mine is 5.9 cm. They just found it in an ultra sound due to my pain. I have been SO bloated, ovaries aching and same with back. I feel like I'm starting to have issues with urination as well. I have been given birth control pills and am told to wait 2 months. If it doesn't go down I will have to have surgery. I don't know if I can wait 2 months..
I'm sorry as well that you have to deal with that pain, as I know how horrible it can be. I hope that the birth control does work for you, I was not even given the option of taking pills for my cysts, probably because I have too many. Hope everything works out for you.
Thank you, I was mostly scared because my doctor unfortunately did not describe enough of the procedure with me, even after asking him questions. Needless to say, he wasn't too comforting, so I had to cancel my surgery. I am now going to see a different OB/GYN that my mother use to go to. I appreciate your thoughts and experience.