What Is A Bladder Cyst ?

Bladder is the part of kidney. So, the cysts found in bladder are also considered as kidney cysts. The cysts of kidneys and bladder are usually abnormal pouches which contain some fluid in them.

Signs And Symptoms Of Bladder Cysts:

The signs and symptoms of bladder cysts include:

  • Colour of urine turns dark while that of stool changes into light color
  • Urinary difficulty will be noticed. Problem will be there in urine discharge
  • Bowel movements will face problems
  • Pain in the abdominal region will be noticed
  • Fatigue and weakness will be there
  • Sometimes blood will be noticed in the urine
  • Mild fever, nausea and vomiting are some other common symptoms which are noticed

Causes Of Bladder Cyst:

The causes of bladder cyst include:

  • Some imbalance of hormone in the body can result in the development of cyst in the body
  • Some acquired cystic disease in the kidney can also result in the formation of bladder cysts
  • Autosomal recessive poly cystic kidney disease can be a cause of bladder cyst.
  • Accelerated hypertension can also play an important role in the formation of bladder cyst
  • Imbalance of acid–base solution in body can also result in this condition.

Bladder Cyst In Women:

In women, bladder cysts are commonly found in ovaries and are termed ovarian cysts. This happens because ovaries and bladder are in close proximity to each other. The cyst in ovary is very problematic for any woman. Presence of any cysts in woman’s body results in menstrual irregularities, pain in pelvic region, painful intercourse, painful bowel movements, nausea, vomiting, tenderness of breasts etc.

5 thoughts on “What Is A Bladder Cyst ?

    1. Barbie

      one, dont worry about an industrial retinjecg or deforming your ear. it’s in cartilage, not just skin.two, i’ve never tried the aspirin paste, but i would recommend just doing sea salt soaks twice a day for 10 minutes at a time.a follicular cyst is likely to form if you keep pressure on the barbell for an extended amount of time (like when sleeping), or lack of cleaning. crud just builds up and cant escape.i had follicular cysts form about 9 months after i had my industrial because i stopped cleaning it with sea salt soaks and i began trying to sleep on it. i was so worried it was a keloid. But i noticed an increased amount of crusties forming and occasionally blood would come out when i would clean it with a soaked q-tip. I eventually decided to take my jewelry out and see what would happen when i cleaned it. i had a LOT of pus and blood come out. I kept cleaning with hot water soaked q-tips and gently pushed on the bump until nothing came out and replaced the jewelry. I did this for about 3 nights in a row until i noticed the bump go down, after a week i could not even tell the bump was ever there!my suggestion is to keep up with sea salt soaks (i hope you’re doing these at least once, if not twice a day), avoid touching or moving the barbell, dont sleep on it, and do the cleaning like i did and after a week it should go away and not come back. trust me they do come back if you slack off with taking care of your piercing (in my case after 9 months when i thought it was almost fully healed)

    2. Yacoub

      can you still ovulate poerrply in order to conceive if you have a follicular cyst?I have PCOS. I dont generally have cysts, but I did have my first diagnosed one this past May. I ALWAYS ovulate every month on my own (confirmed via blood tests) and I dont have hormone issues, just extra follicles and hyperstimulated ovaries. This month I feel dull aches in my lower back and feel like I could start my period any day, but nothing is happening Im on day 30 of my cycle. Pregnancy tests are negative thus far and I dont feel pregnant. I honestly think I have a cyst again this month (feels like the last time I had one). The month following my last cyst forming I ovulated on the 26th day of my cycle (which is how they found out I had a cyst by performing an ultrasound because I ovulated so late). It ruptured the very next month (no cyst on that follow-up ultrasound) and all has been back to normal since . until this month.Can women who have a present follicular cyst still ovulate and get pregnant the next month following a cyst or, do they generally throw the hormones so out of whack that a woman wont be able to conceive until the cyst goes away?? Just curious. Thanks.

  1. Megumi

    I’m sure you already know all this, since in my exeneiprce .when a woman wants to get pregnant she will read everything there is to read. But here goes my spiel about it ..Every month a woman develops a cyst ( fluid filled sac) on the ovary that contains an ovum. A follicular cyst appears at about day 14 in your cycle. If I understood your question, you are having symptoms about two weeks after the time the ovulation should have taken place..You wouldn’t be developing a cyst at day 14 unless there is something else going on. After an egg has matured and been ovulated from the follicle, the empty sac becomes a corpus luteum. The corpus luteum secretes the hormones estrogen and progesterone, preparing the body for the possibility of pregnancy.If the follicle doesn’t release the egg it can become increasingly fluid filled and painful. It can lead to other problems. During the Popping of the follicle cyst upon ovulation, a lot of women say they can feel a sharp, short pain or sensation on one side or the other. Tough not all do. (There are home ovulation kits that may help you to document exactly what is going on within each cycle. That may help your doctor to quickly identify what is going on with you.)If conception does not take place, the corpus luteum diminishes, leading to a drop in the hormones progesterone and estrogen. This drop in hormones leads to menstruation. And no, they can’t tell which type of cyst you have without further testing. A scan may not be the answer either, that is more for determining if there is a problem with the cyst rather than for identification of what kind of cyst it is at that time.Lutenizing hormone is secreted by the pituitary gland, it works in synergy with the follicle stimulating hormone. Has your doctor done an FSH and LH level to be sure they are normal? These blood tests can give them a better idea about which kind of cyst you have. That and a good history of the symptoms you are having will help. How long were you on ocp’s and have you ever been pregnant before? Is your hubby fertile, they need to shoot live rounds too you know?It would be a good idea to do a workup with your doctor to be sure you have checked all the things that need to be checked. Get on a good multi vitamin and take your folic acid daily to get ready for the pregnancy you are hoping to have. Good luck.


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