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pregnancy vs cyst

By Anonymous December 2, 2015 - 6:02am
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Hi I really need help please I am stressing like crazy..
Last month I start my period on time the 1st of every month but the 1st day it was less heavy bleeding and the next 2only spotting this never happens to me. I have always had heavy heavy bleeding and it lasts 7 days and this month I am just late no period I took a pregnqcy test after the spotting stopped but got a neg ..I was also steralized with my last c section I am now 22 and my symptoms are as follows .. Wanting to vomit in the morning mostly from coffee or smelling something. Headaches.. Crying a lot getting real mad..sleepy ...lazy hunger late at night ..a little dis comfort in my right side of my back but not really sore., do u think I could be pregnant or have a cyst

Just wanna say tnx in advance for the help

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for reaching out to us.

Typically, most ovarian cysts don't cause any symptoms and go away on their own. A large ovarian cyst can cause abdominal discomfort. If a large cyst presses on your bladder, you may feel the need to urinate more frequently because bladder capacity is reduced.

It is possible to become pregnant following tubal ligation.

The failure rate is low at 2-10/per 1,000 women. There is no 100% guarantee for any form of tubal ligation. Should you become pregnant, you will usually have a normal pregnancy. However, you have a higher chance of a tubal pregnancy (ectopic).

igns that you have a tubal pregnancy are pain on one or both sides of the lower abdomen; pain and spotting after a missed period; a very light period; or feeling faint or dizzy with pressure on the bowels.

Anonymous, please call your gynecologist's office as soon as possible.


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