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Most women will develop an ovarian cyst at some point in their life. In most cases, these cysts are not dangerous for women under 55, but that doesn’t mean that ovarian cysts cannot be a major threat to a woman’s health, or can’t cause severe complications.

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Ovarian cysts that become extremely large can actually push an ovary out of its normal location, and those that rupture are not only very painful but can also lead to internal bleeding. Being aware of the symptoms of ovarian cysts, as well as symptoms of their rupturing, is very important. If you believe you have an ovarian cyst, you should visit your physician immediately. If you believe a cyst has ruptured, you need to go to the emergency room right away. Here are the signs of ovarian cysts, or their rupturing.

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Unexplained bloat

If you’ve recently experience an increase in bloat but cannot attribute it to diet or other factors, this could be a sign of a large ovarian cyst.

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