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What is the treatment advised for multiple cysts in ovary and gall bladder stone ?

my mother having pain in lower abdomen .pain increase during period.she is 48yrs old.after heavy work,or journey her periods start.there is no fixed time for period.she has done USG of lower abdomen and found that multiple cysts in both ovaries and 13mm gallbladder stone.please suggest me wat i will do.she is suffering this problem from last 6-7 yrs.
Asked On : Fri, 17 Dec 2010
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The ovarian cysts if very large or many in number may need to be surgically removed as they are causing problem. If she is having right upper abdominal pain and passing fatty stools then she could be having pain also because of gall bladder stones. Get her evaluated by her Doctor and required treatment for the urgent matter at hand be done first. She can take pain killers for her pain when she gets.
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