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Old 09-15-2009, 03:59 PM   #1
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Can ovarian cysts and a polyp on cervix be related?

I went to the ER a few weeks ago w/ abdominal cramps. They did a CT scan and said I had bilateral ovarian cysts and one has ruptured. Because I don't have health care, I wasn't able to get an ultrasound to determine the severity of it. Today I had a pap smear and was told they found a polyp on my cervix which I understand is also common.

I am wondering if it could possibly be related?

I have experienced intermittent abdominal cramps since I went to the ER.

 
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