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right ovary cyst

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  • Posted By: concernedgirl
  • February 28, 2011
  • 08:23 PM

i went and had a ultra sound and pelvic exam done couple days ago....at first he said he thinks it is my gall bladder.... today the doctor's office called me said that i have a cyst on my right ovary..... i don't really know a whole lot about what this means... me and my boyfriend have been trying to concieve another child, i would like to know if this is part of the reason it's not happening as soon as we would like???? also if with a cyst or a removal of a cyst if we still would have a chance to concieve??????

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  • i went and had a ultra sound and pelvic exam done couple days ago....at first he said he thinks it is my gall bladder.... today the doctor's office called me said that i have a cyst on my right ovary..... i don't really know a whole lot about what this means... me and my boyfriend have been trying to concieve another child, i would like to know if this is part of the reason it's not happening as soon as we would like???? also if with a cyst or a removal of a cyst if we still would have a chance to concieve?????? i really want one more child.....
    concernedgirl 2 Replies
    • February 28, 2011
    • 08:25 PM
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  • i went and had a ultra sound and pelvic exam done couple days ago....at first he said he thinks it is my gall bladder.... today the doctor's office called me said that i have a cyst on my right ovary..... i don't really know a whole lot about what this means... me and my boyfriend have been trying to concieve another child, i would like to know if this is part of the reason it's not happening as soon as we would like???? also if with a cyst or a removal of a cyst if we still would have a chance to concieve??????
    concernedgirl 2 Replies
    • February 28, 2011
    • 08:27 PM
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  • Generally a cyst isn't too big of a deal. More often than not the cyst can be drained and they will run tests on the fluid to ensure there are no abnormalities in the fluid. One thing to consider asking your dr about is your risk for polysystic ovarian syndrome. Basically that means you get a lot of cysts on your ovaries. A sign of PCS is if you tend to miss periods for a month or more at a time for no reason, it can also make you gain weight even if you maintain a healthy diet. A single cyst shouldnt affect your chances of pregnancy, but PCS can. There are medicines your dr can put you on to get control of PCS and then you can discuss getting pregnant. However if you do not have a history of cysts then it was probably a fluke and the cyst developed during a previous cycle and grew each month with the surge of hormones that accompany your period. Cysts can continue growing until they cause pain and need to be removed or drained.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
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    neegideogmari 7 Replies Flag this Response
  • i had similar problem in the past and it was really troublesome.i tried this and it worked. give it a try.all the best!
    lmaestro 17 Replies Flag this Response
  • Hii,Generally a cyst isn't too big of a deal. More often than not the cyst can be drained and they will run tests on the fluid to ensure there are no abnormalities in the fluid. One thing to consider asking your dr about is your risk for polysystic ovarian syndrome. Basically that means you get a lot of cysts on your ovaries. A sign of PCS is if you tend to miss periods for a month or more at a time for no reason, it can also make you gain weight even if you maintain a healthy diet. A single cyst shouldnt affect your chances of pregnancy, but PCS can. There are medicines your dr can put you on to get control of PCS and then you can discuss getting pregnant. However if you do not have a history of cysts then it was probably a fluke and the cyst developed during a previous cycle and grew each month with the surge of hormones that accompany your period. Cysts can continue growing until they cause pain and need to be removed or drained.
    ronny27 47 Replies Flag this Response
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