It’s difficult to speculate in individual cases how long an ovarian cyst can delay the menstrual cycle. Indeed, for some women, delayed periods are the norm because of a highly-stressed job, and intermittent periods are common in girls who are going through puberty. If this symptom is being suffered in conjunction with extremely painful periods when they arrive, action is going to be needed to eradicate the ovarian cyst in the most practical way.
At this point, it’s important to think about whether or not you have plans to start a family. One commonly-used course of action for treating ovarian cysts is a hysterectomy, and this will make a woman unable to have children. This can be a difficult decision to make, and if you do have choice in the matter of whether this treatment is used, you may wish to talk to your long-term partner, a family planning clinic or a gynaecologist about what can be done.
Although there are many cases of ovarian cysts that require treatment in the form of surgery or medication, young women may find that the best remedy for treating cysts is to wait for up to 90 days to see if they disappear on their own. A doctor is the best person to ascertain whether this technique is appropriate, and they may not warm to the idea if the cyst is particularly big in your case.
With a vast array of medical techniques at their disposal, gynaecological specialists are in a great position for treating ovarian cysts of all shapes and sizes.
Ovarian can surely delay or period for months unless your cyst are taking care of. My aunt is a nurse and I was just told couple weeks ago I have cysts and having surgery the 30th to get them removed. I was suppose to start my period 5 days ago, I had terrible as if I was having contractions and obvioulsy something to do with the cysts. Cysts can make your period heavier and even stop.
Yes! An ovarian cyst is something that you need to talk to the doctor about, if you haven't already. That is VERY serious. Please let me know if you need anything, as far as advice goes.
I have an ovarian cyst and one in my uterus is there cause for concern. I also have gained weight. About 20 pounds. And have missed a period
Hey, I have an ovarian cyst right now, and my period should have come on 3 days ago. It is very important that should you suspect you have a cyst, you get it looked at asap if you haven't already. I have absolutely scoured the internet in worry since I found out, but missing a period seems quite common. I think it depends on the size, type and location.
I have found out a while back that I have cyst on both ovaries and the one on the right ovary is a hemorrhagic cyst.I have missed my period the past two months plus in the past I would have a period one month and then skip the next month then have one the next month.I have gained weight and have strong abdominal pains that feel like contractions.
Ovarian Cysts can absolutely delay your period. It depends much on what type of cyst you have, where it is and its size. Cysts, depending on what sort they are, can cause strange hormonal changes down there. Make sure you go to your doc if you are worried, and hopefully you will be able to have some answers
I had ovarian cysts on each side of my ovaries and it did not delay it actually made it longer and it came like twice a month,so if you have a cyst you should get it checked out because every woman is different
Its been 3 months and I have not seen my period I have a iud is it possible I'm pregnant
Ovarian cyst do not delay your period. I know because I have 2 on my left ovary but I'll tell you this if you go to your search box and type in: ( MayoClinic.com) it will bring you to a page sight with lots of options, CLICK ON THE SECOND OPTION, it's just below "Does Mayo Clinic Work?" and type in your questions at the top and you'll get your answers!!!