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... The free fluid in pelvis does indicate a part of the cyst ruptured. This tends to be very painful for a few days, then the pain eases up. ... (7 replies)
... day I went to the ER. I had a sudden onset of excruciating pain. They did a bunch of tests and the preliminary report stated a collapsed appearing complex cyst. Free fluid. Ruptured Cyst. ... (11 replies)
... Itís so hard not to let your fears and emotions get the best of you right now. If the radiologist thought it was something extremely time sensitive, they wouldíve sent you straight to CT. Try to deal in facts only right now. The fact is, itís not cancer until they say itís cancer. I have Moderate complex free fluid in cul de sac and it was from a ruptured ovarian cyst so there... (8 replies)

... I don't know a whole lot about cysts, and unfortunately can't help with your other questions, but free fluid in the pelvis can be caused by ruptured cysts. ... (14 replies)
... Hi all (this is an update to another post)... I am a 29 y/o, mother of a 7 y/o boy. I have a history of ovarian cysts, although haven't had any issues since college (they were discovered at that time because I had lower back pain). There is a family history of ovarian cysts (my Mom had an ovary removed in her 20's due to a large cyst), and also a family history of... (2 replies)
... I am 52, with a history of ovarian cysts. Free fluid in the pelvic area probably means you had a cyst that ruptured and the fluid went into the pelvic cavity. That is pretty normal. You body will absorb the fluid after a period of time. ... (1 replies)
... and sent me for an ultrasound. There was no cyst found but there was free fluid in my uterus. The doctor figured a cyst had burst. ... (3 replies)
Aug 20, 2004
... d endometrosis, however, I was having gallbladder trouble at the same so I had an ultrasound of both my abdomen and my pelvis. During this ultrasound, there was free fluid in my abdomen and at the time it was believed that it was from a possible ruptured cyst. ... (1 replies)
... That ultrasound showed the following....left ovary had 4.5cm cyst that was partially fluid and partial debris. There were also multiple smaller cysts as well. I also had 52. ... (4 replies)
Very Concerned !
Jan 7, 2014
... or it may be leaking. Ruptured or leaking cysts can also cause infection. I had an ovarian cyst and at one point it was quite painful. ... (3 replies)
... diagnosed, I had no idea that you were also experiencing a host of other symptoms. It mentioned in the report that you had some free fluid in your cul de sac region. Depending on the amount, this would definitely cause you some bloating. ... (8 replies)
... I have a feeling that the pain is being caused by the blood from the ruptured cyst. Normally the body can take care of a bit of free fluid in the abdomen by absorbing it but blood is something else althogether. ... (5 replies)
... and a small amount of free pelvic fluid that's not supposed to be there. ... (0 replies)
... and a small amount of free pelvic fluid that's not supposed to be there. ... (3 replies)
Fear and waiting.
Jul 23, 2010
... taht adds to my fear. However, as bad as my symptoms are, I have had 2 ultrasounds and an MRI and all they can find are follicular cysts and lots of free fluid. I wouldn't jump to the conclusion that it is cancer but it is worth checking out. My right side hurt so badI thought it was appendicitis! It was a cyst! ... (9 replies)
... fibroids are appreciated. Endometrial thickness is within normal limits, measuring 4mm. The right ovary measures 4.8 x 3.1 x 2.4cm. It contains a complex 3.1cm cyst with septations and low level internal echoes. This corresponds to the lesion seen on CT. There is normal color Doppler flow throughout the right ovary. ... (11 replies)
... I am worried that I might have a gynecologic cancer/issue but my doctor doesnít even bring that up as a possible cause. I have IBS and started spotting every time after intercourse so I switched births control which hasnít helped. My blood is normal. But I always feel crappy, around my kidneys hurt, Iíve been having consistent cramps in my pelvic area that feels as if Iím... (2 replies)
... my periods became very heavy and painful with massive clotting. This resulted in a mild anemia. My doc put in a ref to a gyn and before I made it to him I had a ruptured hemorrhagic cyst on the right side that put me in the ER. ... (5 replies)
... endometriosis, ruptured appendix, diverticulitis, previous surgeries, etc... ... (2 replies)

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