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Pain caused due to ovarian mass - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Women's Health
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Practicing since : 2004
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   I have been diagnosed with an ovarian mass and endometriosis. I am experiencing passing of blood clots a little bigger than the size of a quarter for about 3 days
Doctor :   Ok
User :   It is very painful to pass them and I was wondering if I should contact my OBGYN immediately
Doctor :   What is the ovarian mass
Doctor :   Is the Ultrasound done
User :   It is on my right ovary and she said it is a hard cyst
Doctor :   or is it the endometiral mass on the rt ovary
User :   Yes
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Yes I can understand it would be very painful
User :   is this normal?
Doctor :   you can take pain relief medicatin
Doctor :   that your doctor gave you
Doctor :   and you can opt the hot water bags
Doctor :   also
Doctor :   Yes you tend to pain and lose blood
Doctor :   and pass out clots
Doctor :   but the amount of bleed is more importnat
Doctor :   If you feel panicky
User :   It ranges from 2-3 a day
Doctor :   with the amount of blood and the pain
Doctor :   is unmanageable
User :   Normally passed at the same time
Doctor :   it is prudent to see the Obgyn
User :   Ok is there anything I should be concerened about
Doctor :   No

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