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Getting lower abdominal and kidney pain. Ultrasound showed cyst on ovary. How to remove this?

hi ..i am 26 yrs female one week ago i had my USG done and was detected with few tiny cyst of 0.8cms in both ovary . please advise how do i get through these cysts as soon as posible .Is it that because of these cyst i wont be able to conceive . I am also having terible pain in the left kidney side and also at the lower abnormal very badly .I am neither able to walk or sit please advise
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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Presence of small cysts in the ovaries is not an inhibition to conception. Such cysts are observed incidentally in many cases and mostly go unnoticed. Yet, if they are associated with other symptoms, they need treatment. It is essential that the nature of the cysts is diagnosed as a proper regime of management can then be worked out. You should be visiting your gynecologist as your pain needs to be physically examined and assessed. Take care.
Answered: Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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