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Hi Have a good read through this post your find it should give a good clue for what's to come.http://www.menstruationresearch...
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Check it again dude, don't risk it.
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It is likely just a cyst.  They feel just like you describe, small, often rubbery, ovoid, moveable.  They usually don't hurt. ...
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It's going to last until the gland is no longer obstructed.  Here's an article about such cysts, which includes some advice for home...
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Hi As there benign there should be no trouble, exercise is good for us at any age and what ever condition we are in as long as we can cope with it...
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They can be hereditary, and there are other risk factors as well.  Birth control is often used to treat their effects, and there is some...
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Hi Then just go back to the ER they will know her case ASAPGood Luck
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Hi As cysts come in many forms, try this link from WebMD and see if it helps you.http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/guide/cysts-lumps...
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If you are wondering if it will hurt the staples, you might want to cover them with a bit of a dressing just to protect the wound.  If you keep...
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Go to the doctor. If it is a cyst, it will need to be removed, usually a simple surgery in office, because draining it, if you are able, will only...
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I guess it is possible, but you are correct. Oral contraception prevents ovulation by hormonal manipulation, so the chance of getting an cyst related...
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There's no way a nocturnal orgasm could harm your healing process, but definitely feel free to talk about it with your doctor.  Trust me...
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Since I do not know anything about your case....type of cyst and where it is located, type of tube, how the tube is placed/attached....there is...
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Yes, but you may not be able to use a tampon unless the radiologist okays it.
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Ovarian cancers are VERY serious; ovarian cysts are considered benign (non-cancerous). There are many different kinds of ovarian cysts. Cysts are...
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