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B - June 26th, 2004 3:53 AM

I am 15 weeks pregnant. I have had complications from the get go. When I found out I was pregit was because I was having a lot of abdominal pain and nausea and went to see my gyn because I have polycystic ovarian syndrome. The blood test came back positive but the doc wanted me in for an ultrasound asap because she was concerned about the pain. I was 7 weeks and when they did the us they found out that I also had a cyst on my right ovary tht was about the size of a grapefruit. She said this was causing my pain. We heard the heartbeat and saw the baby and the sac. I have had 2 other us since and the baby has been strong and moving around everytime. The cyst has also begun to shrink which is a good thing. However, at my last appt, they told me that they were worried it was an ectopic pregnancny at first and that was why they wanted the US asap. Well....I wa spotting yeterday and went to the er because I was having a lot of cramping....they told me it was normal and not to wrry but the er doc didn't really do anything. I know this will sound silly...but could I have an ectopic pregnancy along with the normal one??? because this baby has been seen on the US and has been in the sac and has a good heartbeat...then I know it's not ectopic...butall of the other symptoms I am feeling point to ectopic......could there be one growing in the tube as well???


sara - June 26th, 2004 3:53 AM

I think thatif there where an ectopic pregnancy, they would have seen it on the ultra sounds. As for the cramping and bleeding, Please be careful with that, If the doctor did not really check on you or the baby, you should try a diffrent hospital.
Bleeding and cramping can be a sign of miscarriage so for the doctor to not give you a good check up, would be careless. Please make an appointment with your regular doctor or go to another hospital.


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