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I have a posterior fossa arachnid cyst in my brain measuring 3 cm initially now 6cm.

reoccurring Cysts in the body and now I have one in my brain that requires surgery i have had 8 surgeries for cysts. 1 breast cyst surgery 7cm cyst, 2 laporotomies for ovarian cysts the largest was 10cm and 5 laporoscopies for ovarian cysts. I have now found out i have a posterior fossa arachnoid cyst in my brain measuring 3 cm initially now 6cm. have recently experienced clear nipple sticky disharge from both breats, whilst i was doing a breast exam. Both parents died of cancer my mother had pancreatic and father prostate. Could there be an underlying condition as to why i keep having cysts?
Asked On : Wed, 17 Feb 2010
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Hmm, yes cancer running in families is a risk and you should be more careful. Get it examined by the doc or consult an Oncologist regarding how you can take care of yourself.

Answered: Wed, 17 Feb 2010
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