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Grainy brown and red spotting, tiredness, frequent urination, lower back pain, cramping post ovarian cyst rupture. CT scan done. Is this normal healing process?

I had a ovarian cyst rupture monday the 12th. Wed the 14th i went to ER still feeling week nausious etc. They did CT scan and said I ruptured a ovarian cyst and there was fluid . I was due to have my period the week before but I only spotted the week and then the rupture. Now it is a week later and I have brown and red spotting, looks grainy. Is this normal. Still very tired, frequent urination , lowe back pain and some pain in my legs and light cramping. Is this a normal healing process or should i get top a doctor as the brown and red blood though light is worrying me. Thank you so much for your help.
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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Homeopath 's  Response

Hello and welcome to HCM forum .

I have gone through your query and understand your concern .

Most functional ovarian cysts do not cause symptoms. The larger the cyst is, the more likely it is to cause symptoms. Symptoms can include:

Pain or aching in your lower abdomen, usually in the middle of your menstrual cycle.

A delay in the start of your menstrual period (Irregular menses ).
Vaginal bleeding when you are not having your period(Intermenstrual bleeding )

Some functional ovarian cysts can twist or break open (rupture) and bleed. Symptoms include:

Sudden, severe pain, often with nausea and vomiting.
Pain during or after sex or any other strenuous physical activity .

Vaginal bleeding is expected and not a red line symptom( emergency care not needed ).

Tiredness back pain and cramping can be due to the blood loss and anemia .

In case you are feeling very weak and the pains are incapacitating then you should see your doctor or gynaecologist again who might either prescribe analgesics or hormonal medicines to help with the symptoms.

The CT scan may need be repeated to assess the amount of intrabdominal bleeding and then chart out a proper management plan .

Till then take rest ,avoid physical exertion ,you can take OTC pain killers .

Hope this helps , take care .

Answered: Fri, 28 Mar 2014
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