Can An Ovarian Cyst Be Cancerous Quotes

Quotes in general can have a positive impact on your life. Whether its a quote about life, inspirational quotes, life quotes, dating quotes, funny quotes, so on and so on. Many quotes are originated from famous people. Often society looks at famous people as the benchmark or respected individuals who made a name for themselves so they must know what they are talking about. Many times its true that the quotes they present are thought out nicely and make sense but often than not many of the quotes are duplications of quotes that already exist to this present day.
Often quotes will make individuals sound wise, or wise beyond their years. So it might be a good idea in general to remember 5 or 6 of your favorite quotes that way if the situation ever arises you can just say some quotes and sound like the smart person in the room. Ive personally used this technique several times, especially in my current jobs and sounded super smart. My boss would pull me to the side and say wow that makes plenty of sense.
Another way to look at quotes is that often times it can tell a story or is involved with a story. It can be a very dramatic story and the best way to sum it up would be a strong quote at the end. Of course it can also be a happy story or funny story and the quote can sum it up perfectly. This happens in movies often or authors of books love to do this as well. In movies it really does make sense to do this because sometimes you just dont understand the whole movie, especially if its really late at night and youve sat for two hours watching it. In books it makes for the author to quote the book because the story should already have a conclusion that doesnt involve one or two sentences.
There are many single men and women that try to impress others by using a quote to describe maybe how the other person looks or just to sound intelligent. This trick can work many times however it might be a good idea to find a really great quote and practice it yourself. Think about how you would feel if somebody said it to you. Quotes can also be called pick up lines because essential they have almost the same effect in that they originated from some individual somewhere on this planet and youre just reusing the same verbiage. So proceed with caution with this one be because you of course do want to sound smart but dont overdo it.
Quotes about life are some of the best quotes out there and my favorite however many individuals love funny quotes, famous quotes, movie quotes and so on. Maybe you can try to make your own and eventually everybody will be using your quote for everyday life. How cool would that be? All in all quotes can be powerful and fun at the same time.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    What is 'Ovarian Cyst?' Is there anything wrong in taking milk or 'too much milk' to quote a friend.?

    • ANSWER:
      An ovarian cyst is a sac of tissue that develops inside an ovary. It is very common, usually painless and will often go away without treatment.

      Ovarian cysts can affect women of any age.

      Most ovarian cysts are small, although some may reach a large size. There are two main types:

      * Functional ovarian cysts (the most common type). These are harmless cysts that are short-lived and formed as part of the menstrual cycle.
      * Pathological cysts. These are growths in the ovaries that are either benign (harmless) or malignant (cancerous).

      I dont quite understand the latter part of the question relating to milk, but if you mean drinking milk in general then I presume that only if you excessively drink milk it can lead to a build up of calcium in your system (which whilst good for your bones) can cause things such as kidney stones.

  2. QUESTION:
    Is it possible my girlfriend was pregnant, can you have an ovarian cyst removed durring an abortion? LIE?!?
    My girlfriend is 17 years old. She said she was pregnant to me about 4 months ago. I had n reason to doubt her although she never showed proof and never did anything to show me she was actually pregnant. I believed her. She refused to go to doctor visit and she wouldn't let me take her to be seen. She finally started going to visits but always somehow avoided me going with her to the doctor.

    I never thought much of it until my friends said "how do you know she isn't just bull sh*ting everything". I started to question the whole thing. She txted me not too long after (because she said she was
    "in pain and couldn't move... she was bleeding a little".
    She said she supposedly
    "went in to the doctor before you woke up this morning and they found a cyst that might be cancerous".

    So I of course was worried. Well not to long after she has an (QUOTE) """""" abortion """""" without telling me... she was acting fine and up walking around. But I hear sometimes it's normal to feel ok after. Anyway... she is telling me NOW that I ask about the cyst.. she said
    "oh.. they had that removed at the same time they did the abortion"... umm OK!? What the hell not even telling me?

    This sound all pretty fake to me... but I love her and have always believed her. I think maybe I'm playing a fools game and falling for her tricks to hold on to me.
    oh and is it possible to have a cyst removes at the same time as an abortion? seems kinda reckless due to the fact an abortion does some damage to your body already.....

    • ANSWER:
      if she had an abortion she would be drugged up and she would be bleeding VERY heavily

  3. QUESTION:
    pap smear detect fibroids??
    Hi just wondering if a routine pap smear will detect uterine fibroids?? also wondering what kind of test do you need to get to see if u have PCOS...i have had some benign cysts in the past that have wenta way on their own but i just wanna make sure..thanks!
    so if u have pcos u will normally experince other symptoms?? i just have had in the last few years a cyst here n there...
    also what symptoms would u experience if you have fibroid tumors???? could u have no symptoms???

    • ANSWER:
      A pap smear detects the presence of pre-cancerous cells.
      Fibroids are generally benign and cannot be diagnosed with pap.
      If there is a reason to suspect a fibroid, you'll need to have an examination of your uterus (in general HSG & hysteroscopy).

      PCOS can be detected with a blood test on cd3: PCOS women have high levels of lh (lutenizing hormone) and sometimes high levels of male hormones. Ovarian cysts are a debated diagnostic criterion: the more important thing is to check whether you ovulate regularly.

      here I quote from http://womens-health.jwatch.org/c
      Women with PCOS often are overweight or obese, and present with anovulatory infertility, anovulatory bleeding, hirsutism, and acne. They are at increased risk for type 2 diabetes and have an adverse risk-factor profile for developing endometrial cancer (chronic unopposed estrogen) and premature cardiovascular disease (dyslipidemia, increased levels of circulating inflammatory markers, increased carotid intima-media thickness, and coronary artery calcification).

      Diagnostic criteria for PCOS, sometimes called the Rotterdam criteria, have recently been proposed by an expert panel (see Journal Watch Women s Health Apr 7 2004). These experts recommend relying on the presence of at least two of the three cardinal abnormalities of PCOS:

      * oligo- or anovulation based on spontaneous menstrual history (usually 8 menses per year);
      * androgen excess either clinical or biochemical signs; and
      * polycystic ovaries ultrasound documentation of 12 small follicles (2 9 mm in diameter) tightly spaced along the periphery of the ovary, with an increased central stroma and/or an ovarian volume of 10 mm3.

  4. QUESTION:
    Sharp pain in my lower abdomen/uterus?
    Every once in a while, like every 4-6 months ish, it isn't often, I get extremely intense, sharp pain from what feels like my anus to the front of my lower abdomen right above my pubic area. it happened just now and it only lasts about 10 seconds and then goes away for who knows how long. I am not on my period or expecting it for a couple more weeks. sometimes it happens when i am on my period adn others when I am off, so I dont think it has anything to do with that. I am not overweight, I eat pretty well, I am 18 years old. what could this be? It has happened for a few years now but I havent seen a doctor, we have no medical right now, sent in the forms so when I do get it I will go in, but what do you think it could be? I Have never had sex before.

    • ANSWER:
      It is probably ovulation cramps if they occur in roughly the 2 weeks before you get your period. I have regular cramps when I get my period and I'm sure you know how those feel. When I ovulate I get a very different sort of pain than my regular cramps. Exactly the one you describe, it feels like someone jabbed up at me with a darning needle. Very unpleasant and scary, but most likely harmless, and Ibuprofin works great. I've also known other women who have had the same pains.

      Here's a quote from a health site :

      "Many women experience cramps after ovulation, while others rarely do or not at all. Depending on each individual's threshold of pain, these cramps range from intermittent, prolonged, mild, moderate, or excruciating. The more severe the cramps are, the more likely you would be in consulting with your doctor, especially if accompanied by low back aches, heavy bleeding, or spotting in between periods.

      However, cramps themselves are not cause for concern. Those who experience them regularly are able to find relief through over-the-counter and prescription pain medication, bathing in warm water, or applying warm compresses to the abdomen. It is when cramps after ovulation are debilitating, or if you experience pelvic pain, lower back pain, vomiting, nausea, dizziness, unusually heavy periods with the presence of blood clots, a varied menstrual cycle, spotting between periods, or the possibility of pregnancy that you should consider being examined."

      The section goes into more detail, if you are interested:
      http://www.parenting-made-easy.com/tips/cramps-after-ovulation.html

      It could also be an ovarian cyst, most women develop them off and on during the course of their lives. They are almost always harmless, though they can be painful when they break, and in rare cases can be cancerous. I think that what you've got is ovulation pains though, that is a very specific pain that unless you have experienced it I doubt anyone could imagine quite how it feels.

      So in the short term I wouldn't stress over it at all, but to be safe, mention it the next time you visit your doctor or gyn.

      Cheers :)


can an ovarian cyst be cancerous quotes