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5. Acute abdominal pain
The cyst may rupture with the increase of the pressure in the menstrual sac. Multiple small cyst rupture can cause transient pain in the lower abdomen or deep pelvis. If a large cyst ruptures, the fluid in the cyst may flow into the pelvic cavity and abdominal cavity, causing sudden severe abdominal pain accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and anal distention.
Acute abdominal pain often occurs before and after menstruation or menstruation, some of which may occur during ovulation, and most of them have sexual life or other causes of increased abdominal pressure before rupture.
6. Irregular menstruation
Patients may have menstrual abnormalities such as increased menstrual volume, prolonged menstrual period, endless menstruation, or bleeding in the prophase. These symptoms may be related to ovarian disease, anovulation, and luteal insufficiency.
7. Infertility
Patients with chocolate cysts can develop infertility. The causes of infertility are complex:
For example, if the disease is serious, the focus can cause extensive adhesion around the ovary and fallopian tube, and damage the function of collecting and transporting fertilized eggs in the fallopian tube;
The change of pelvic microenvironment is not conducive to pregnancy;
In addition, it is also related to the abnormal autoimmune function or ovarian function and the increase of spontaneous abortion.

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