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Pain in side near ovary, weakness in arms and legs, shaking, stiff neck. History of ovarian cyst

my daughter who is 18 had a pain lower in her side near her ovary , for two days, , she has had this before, and it was an ovarian cyst , last night she felt fine. She woke up this morning, her arms and legs are weak, shaking, and she has a stiff neck on the right. She has no fever, no other symptoms. Hands feel clamy, its not anxiety , ,
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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Thanks for posting your query.

Your daughter has a pre-existing ovarian cyst. That would have caused the pain again. The current symptoms seems like they are due to stress. She does not have fever, which is a good sign.

She probably needs to take bed rest for a day and drink plenty of fluids orally. She does not need any medications at this point.

She should be fine in a day.

I wish her quick recovery.

Answered: Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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