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Can an anechoic cyst cause low blood sugar ?

I am on a feeding tube to control reactive hypoglycemia . I have had some dangerous lows recently despite using the tube (I have been using it successfully for a year now). I came to find out that I have a 6cm anechoic cyst on an ovary . I have been having extra bleeding . Can this cause my blood sugar to plummet? Nothing has changed except for the cyst. Lis
Asked On : Mon, 25 Apr 2011
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Ovarian cyst never cause can get the cyst removed surgically or laproscopically .Get CT /MRI abdomen to find the cause of hypoglycemia.
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Answered: Mon, 25 Apr 2011
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