I am 30 years old. I have had continuous cyst since the age of 17. Saw a Dr then and told me couldn't do anything so I haven't bothered with it. Every month two weeks after my period I have severe pain from the cysts for two days where I can't even stand up straight. I have only been to the Dr the time at the age of 17 so I don't get meds or anything I suffer through it month after month. I have read a lot of ladies talking about how they have had them a few times in their lives and they go away. Is it bad that mine have never went away in 10+ years??? Please help I do not have insurance so a Dr is not a option.
Oh dear. My dtr is in the same position. She just had one rupture and she had to go to the hospital. They will take care of you if you can't pay, they'll let you pay them a few bucks a month. Have you ever been on the pill? Sometimes that helps them. You can go to planned parenthood and they'll see you and give you pills.
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