I went to the gyno a couple weeks ago for a pap smear. I did tell her I was just diagnosed ibs from a gi doctor. I did tell her i was having pain in right lower stomach and right side. None on left side. She suggested an ultrassound and to check my vitamin D level because of the pain. I got the results back saying my D level was 12 which is really low. She said they found a 2 cm complex cyst on my right ovary. I was reading that complex cyst are rare and more likely cancerous. I have another ultrasound on the 29th. Should I be worried since my pain has been constant and very uncomfortable? I am only 30. I had been on antibiotics for a while and my gi doc says that is what messed my digestive system up. I have alot of symptoms of ibs and ovarian cancer. I guess I am more worried about it because my pain and having so much trouble this past year.View Thread
Thank you for responding. It seems my pain is getting worse. My stomach looks very bloated and can see some swelling where the cyst is and below it Could there be some swollen lymph nodes? I am calling the doc on Monday.View Thread
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