If you have a combination (ruptured cyst and still one or more other non-ruptured cysts), it could cause a whole variety of symptoms, including alternating constipation/diarrhea, pain, bloating, and other disturbances that make one think they have gastro-intestinal/digestive disorders when really it's all the side effects of cyst(s) pressing on intestines and bowels, bladder, urinary tract, and nerves (sending pain signals to the back and legs and elsewhere). A larger rupture will take longer to be re-absorbed, so it would take longer to feel better. Not much can be done except treat for the pain (like Ibuprofen or heating pads) and watch for any signs of infection, such as a rise in body temperature you cannot blame on a cold or flu (which could mean you need antibiotics). I hope you eventually get health insurance and are able to be routinely examined by a gynecologist. Routine ultrasounds will tell you what is happening with the cysts and whether any of them warrant surgery.