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Have small cysts in ovaries, bled a lot, pain in pelvic. What can help the pain?

I have small cysts on my ovaries I can t take birth control because it causes me to black out I m in extreme pain every day I ve been to 1 obgyn and to the Er three times no one can or wants to do anything to help what should I do and what could be going on with me. My first trip I found out that the cyst were small and on both ovaries I bleed for a month and a half. The bleeding has stop but I m still in pain I m 21 and have had 1 child. I feel the pain from my belly button down into the pelvic area. I do know that my lining in my uterus is thicker than normal. Please help the pain gets worse everyday. I can barley take care of my child I no longer work and go to school two nights out the week. I can t keep fighting the pain.
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Hello ma'am and welcome.

Unfortunately no doctor would want to put their patient on constant pain killers, especially someone as young as you. The cysts in your ovaries are clearly the cause, but as we cannot put you on hormonal pills, you will have to visit your doctor to discuss other options at the earliest.

In th meantime, you may take any mild over-the-counter pain killer at your own risk.

Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Mon, 2 Dec 2013
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