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Having itchy feeling in the right abdomen. Ruptured ovary, hot flushes, dizziness and spots on the body. Cure?

I have An itchy right ovary, last month I suffered a ruptured cyst on the same ovary, after which I lost a lot of fluid. I also have very itchy skin with small spots on my body, mainly on my left side. I have been getting night sweats and hot flushes and feeling dizzy. My muscles ache and I feel like I've gained weight. I've only had symptoms for two months. I'm only 33 and concerned that my symptoms are similar to pre menopause. I have to wait another month until I can see a specialist. Any advice to tide me over until then would be great. Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Since you are just 33 years old and all these symptoms , mentioned in query don't indicate peri menopause.
All these symptoms are due to P C O D ( Poly cystic Ovarian Disease or Disorder).
Clearly , you mentioned that there is ovarian cyst.
Weight gain.
Hot flushes and dizziness may be due to tension ( disease related).
In P C O D patients there develops dysfunctional uterine bleeding ( may be irregular or scanty bleeding).
Alteration in ratio of F S H /LH hormones.
Decrease in level of estrogen hormone.
Consult a Gyanecologist and get his opinion.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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