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............... Mrs.Hart 'IBakeBoysOnly TTC since Jul 2015; 4 kids; 2 angel babies; Michigan 3646 posts
8th Jul '13

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I♥RYLEIGH Due March 3; 1 child; 5 angel babies; Windsor, Ontario 10504 posts
8th Jul '13

GL!

Wanderlust 1 child; Antarctica 185 posts
8th Jul '13

I used to get that now and then long before I was pregnant, I have no clue what it was. I have had cysts though, that could have been the cause I suppose.

Mrs.Hart 'IBakeBoysOnly TTC since Jul 2015; 4 kids; 2 angel babies; Michigan 3646 posts
8th Jul '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Wanderlust:</b>" I used to get that now and then long before I was pregnant, I have no clue what it was. I have had cysts though, that could have been the cause I suppose."</blockquote>




Oh no. I hope I don't have a cyst. I'm so terrified to get one. When I had this during pregnancy the Dr just said it was normal. But if I'm not pregnant than I can't see it being normal.

Wanderlust 1 child; Antarctica 185 posts
8th Jul '13
Quoting NkW:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Wanderlust:</b>" I used to get that now and then long before ... [snip!] ... one. When I had this during pregnancy the Dr just said it was normal. But if I'm not pregnant than I can't see it being normal."


Cysts are not a big deal, most women in their child bearing years get them, some just don't know it.

Mrs.Hart 'IBakeBoysOnly TTC since Jul 2015; 4 kids; 2 angel babies; Michigan 3646 posts
8th Jul '13
Quoting Wanderlust:" Cysts are not a big deal, most women in their child bearing years get them, some just don't know it."


When i was in medical school this girl had one burst and she screamed so loud than passed out. It also killed the baby she was pregnant with. Ever since than I was terrified.

Wanderlust 1 child; Antarctica 185 posts
8th Jul '13
Quoting NkW:" When i was in medical school this girl had one burst and she screamed so loud than passed out. It also killed the baby she was pregnant with. Ever since than I was terrified."


That is not a common thing, they usually get smaller when you have periods and eventually go away. If doctors were to confirm you had a cyst they would most likely just leave it alone and monitor it.

Mrs.Hart 'IBakeBoysOnly TTC since Jul 2015; 4 kids; 2 angel babies; Michigan 3646 posts
8th Jul '13
Quoting Wanderlust:" That is not a common thing, they usually get smaller when you have periods and eventually go away. If doctors were to confirm you had a cyst they would most likely just leave it alone and monitor it."


That's good to hear.

Sweet lullaby Dearborn Heights, Michigan 30436 posts
8th Jul '13
Quoting NkW:" When i was in medical school this girl had one burst and she screamed so loud than passed out. It also killed the baby she was pregnant with. Ever since than I was terrified."


yikes