Sorry … can the cyst cause inflammation huh … I have a cyst on the right but inflammation occurs in the left ovary? Is there any connection that I continue bleeding … and what is the difference between inflammation due to cysts and ovarian cancer? Thx
Hello Luthfiana! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Cysts in the ovaries are benign and usually do not cause symptoms. If the size is very large, symptoms that may arise include full stomach feeling and bloating. If the cyst ruptures, it can feel sudden pain. One complication that can occur is infection. In infections, there will be an inflammatory reaction in the body. However, because in your case cysts and inflammation occur on different sides, there is a possibility that both of them are different diseases. You should discuss with the doctor who treats you about this.
Inflammation in cysts is different from ovarian cancer. As mentioned earlier, cysts are benign. That is, cysts can not spread to other body organs. Cancer is a malignant growth in the body. Cancer can spread to other parts of the body. If you only look at the symptoms, it will be difficult to distinguish the two. You need to be examined directly by a doctor and through a series of follow-up examinations. The doctor will explain about the disease you are experiencing and how to overcome it.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.