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Should I be worried?

By May 31, 2011 - 5:26pm
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So I went to the ER about all my problems and they said I have a hemorragic cyst on right ovary and is only 1 cm by 1 1/2 cm. The ultrasound tech said that since I had a period last month I can't be pregnant. But I know that my mother in law and a few other people I know had period their entire pregnancy. So they didn't even check. But I was 3 days late on my period this month and it only lasted 5 days and was light. So I don't know what to think and I am still nauseous an not holding down evrything good and still extremely sleepy all the time. Plus I have sore breasts and bloated with back pain and stomach pains.Help?

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Yes I have and it was neg. well I took it a month ago actually. But I heard the cyst can change results. Thank you.

June 1, 2011 - 7:56am


What women think to be a period during pregnancy is actually bleeding, but not a period. If you're period came 3 days after it was supposed to, then you are not really "late" periods change in length, heaviness, and dates every now and again. A 5 day period is a normal period, even if it is lighter than your other periods. However, your cyst can be causing pain on one side of the body. Unfortunately, nausea and bloating are not specific to pregnancy so they can be many other things--but have you taken a home pregnancy test? This would answer your question for you :)

Best wishes,


June 1, 2011 - 6:51am
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Anonymous (reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

Rosa, my boyfriend and I had sex with a condom 2 weeks ago, he never ejaculates and after a minuet of sex the condom broke and he hadn't ejaculated. Last week I had stomach pains just before my period was due and my period only lasted 3 days and was a normal red color. Could I be pregnant? :(

June 1, 2011 - 6:29am
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Hi Anon,

Just answered your question on your post :)

June 1, 2011 - 8:37am
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