Hi, I've been having symptoms of PCOS and twice before I was having symptoms of kidney infection and it got better on it's own. It seemed strange to me and I didn't know which doctor to go to at the time I was feeling like this. I don't know if this kidney infection symptoms is anything related to PCOS I did go to urology and told me everything is normal. Anyways, the symptoms I've been having is thinning hair, acne, hirsutism, pain and pressure beside the left side of my stomach, fatigue and ovarian cyst. This pain I've been having on the lower left side of my stomach is very random it comes and goes a lot and most of the time I get sharp pain. I realized the pain goes to my left thigh and my lower back.
I had a abdomen and transvaginal ultrasound done like two weeks and the results saying that I have a big cyst in my abdomen. I realized about two years ago I had the same ultrasound and told me I have cyst there. Could this mean this cyst is getting bigger and causing me to have such pain and problems like this? When they say pelvic pain where of the pelvic is meant exactly? I heard something that a cyst could press against the nerves and cause such pain, I want to know all this pain I'm having does it mean it's because of the cyst? I'm going to get my old results from my doctor next week and with the new results that I have to go with all this to the doctor to know what I can do about this. Can such thing cause strain on the liver and kidneys causing infection or something?
I have this link here and is talking about ovarian cyst remedy and I want to go with this rememdy but I'm going to ask my doctor first I want to know from this link I sent you do here do you think this remedy is something that you eat or you use? I can't tell if you eat but sounds to me that you do eat it. The remedy is in the section dated 9/6/11 http://www.earthclinic.com/CURES/ovarian_cysts.html. Please let me know about these soon.
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