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Sever abdominal pain during periods, advised hcg beta. Ultrasound showed ovary cyst on cervix. What does that mean?

My LMP is on May 1st now regular period last month delayed for six days so i got on may 1st after that i got severe abdomen pain on my left side i gone for ultrasound they given the information no obvious gestational sac found in intrauterine ask to take hcg beta test after one week. But they given another impression left ovary cyst on cervix what does it mean????????
Asked On : Wed, 23 May 2012
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You just had your period on 1st May with severe abdominal pain on left side after your period or during your period as well?
It appears that there was no pregnancy detected.
The report says left ovarian cyst on cervix?
Your left ovary has a cyst which may be the cause of your pain. How big is the cyst? Didnt they mention the size of the cyst? If the Cyst is big it may be lying near the cervix.
The nature of the cyst has to be found. considering the pain you had it could be an endometriotic cyst.
You need to see your gynecologist who can tell you exact nature of cyst after a physical exam and your history.
Till then if you have pain you can take some mild pain killers or warm bag on the abdomen to relieve the pain.
Take care
Answered: Wed, 23 May 2012
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