Cyst On Ovary

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bekysu - February 8

I just went for my 3 week IUD check up. I have been having ovarian pain on the right side. My doc. set up an ultrasound to check for cysts. I'm not nervous and I know if I do it's most likely no big deal, but I was wondering if any of you have ever had one?

 

sahmof3 - February 8

I had PCOS, so I had many. It took 21 months TTC and Clomid to get pregnant with my dd! I say I had it, because I have had u/s's with my two pregnancies since my PCOS diagnosis and they never mentioned seeing cysts at any of those.

 

jwhite - February 8

I have had cyst on my ovaries since I was in 6th grade, which I am now 27. It did not effect me getting pregnant or while I was pregnant. When I first found out I was pregnant and had my first sonogram they just kept an eye on the one I had at the time and it just went away during the pregnancy. They can be painful but with birth control pills it reduces them and the pain. Good luck!!

 

luviduvi - February 8

thanks girls. luckily, I'm not having any more children, docs orders. I will not be taking any birth control pills either since I have an IUD

 

Lchan - February 8

We all get cysts on our ovaries! The follicles we build each month to release an ovum (egg) is a cyst. Sometimes the follicle doesn't respond to the hormonal triggers and the follicle continues to build. Most often we don't realize this happens other than our menstral cycle being a bit longer that month. Multiple follicles can also cause pain. I took fertility drugs to become pregnant and though my follicles were normal size (30mm) I had 6 of them so it created quite a big of pressure and my pants felt too tight. If you do have a non-ovulatory cyst, your dr may have you take a med to trigger the cysts reduction. Only in the extreme situation would surgery be required to remove the cyst.

 

krnj - February 8

I had cysts on my left ovary on & off since I was 13. I had one burst one time & that was the worst pain I've ever felt!! I actually had one before I got pregnant again. Doc said it's gone now though. Good luck!

 

BaileysMummy - February 8

My sister had one the size of a plum discovered when she had an early ultrasound. The dr said most of the time they burst and do not cause any problems. They did another ultrasound months later and it was gone.

 

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