So I Have A Cyst

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Cocozen - June 16

The other day when I went for my routine visit the doctor told me that in my first ultrasound there was no visible cyst and now that I'm further along they see a very tiny cyst on my ovary. Do you think that's normal for cysts to develop in early pregnancy? Because honestly it's really starting to scare me. Anyone else have one???

 

Katherine79 - June 16

I just wouldn't worry about that if I were you. Since I was 17 I have had small follicular cysts on and off before I became pregnant, they won't hurt you or your baby if so they would have to you. Maybe it was there on your first ultrasound and they just couldn't see it.

 

sleeplessinseattle - June 16

On my first prenatal visit they found a cyst on my left ovary and said it was normal. I feel fine. I had tinkering pain at first (which was from drainage I believe) and now it's just about gone. I barely and rarely feel it. You will be okay. If there was something to worry about the doctors would handle it differently. They told me that it's normal to develop these "hormone producing cysts" during pregnancy and that they'll go away on their own. God Bless! :)

 

babymama06 - June 16

you'll be fine... had one and said everything was normal...

 

Cocozen - June 18

Thanks guys it's a relief to know that it probably isn't anything serious =D!!

 

sarahbaby11 - June 24

i don't know if this helps but i am currently 12 weeks pregnant and have 2 cysts on my rigfht ovary. i had 3 at 5 weeks when i had my first ultrasound. the measured them and keep note on if they are shrinking. the doctor told me the are rarely a problem and often women get them. they do and ultrasound about every 3 weeks to check the size and so far they have no concerns. most time they shrink on there own and dissapear. hope this eases your mind.

 

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