Ovarian Cyst Back Pain

ovarian-cyst-back-painIt is not unusual for women to experience back pain, especially for those who have given birth. Although back pain may seem normal, it could be a sign of  a cyst on your ovary.

This article will focus on ovarian cysts and back pain…

To know whether you are experiencing ovarian cyst back pain, you need to be alert to the little signals coming from your body.

Ovarian cyst symptoms can be vague and mimic so many other things. So, it pays to give careful attention to back pain that is potentially ovarian cyst related.

Answer these Ovarian Cyst Back Pain Questions

Do you feel pain from your back and your lower abdominal quadrants when lifting an object from the ground or having a bowel movement?

Stand with your back straight and feet shoulder length apart, bend your body at the waist and try to touch your toes. Does this induce back pain?

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Some of the time, ovarian cyst back pain sufferers also experience an irregular menstrual cycle…longer or shorter than your normal period. Ovarian cyst back pain is also often accompanied by others symptoms like nausea, vomiting, sharp pain in lower abdomen and pelvis, bloating in the abdomen, breast tenderness and/or dramatic gain weight. Does that sound like you?

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Determining the Cause of Ovarian Pain

A pelvic ultrasound is best way to determine whether the pain in your back is indeed ovarian cyst back pain. If a cyst is found on your ovary, most likely you will be advised to have a blood test, as well as a pregnancy test. Your blood sample will be tested for the CA 125 antigen, which shows positive if cancer is found.

Be alert to the persistence of the symptoms described above because ovarian cysts can be eliminated faster and more effectively if treated early…before they become cancerous or otherwise harmful.

Although ovarian cysts and back pain often go hand in hand, ovarian cyst back pain is not specific to backaches. Ovarian cyst pain can be experienced in other areas of the body (i.e. the pelvis, the abdomen, or while urinating or during bowel movements as mentioned above) and the severity is specific to each woman and the type and size of her ovarian cyst or cysts.

The problem usually starts when a cyst begins to grow.  In addition to ovarian cyst back pain, a growing cyst can exert pressure and cause pain to other internal organs. For example, when a cyst puts pressure on the bladder causing you to visit the toilet more often.

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