yes my wife has a cyst and she is pregnant it took 4 test to get a positive
Yes it is possible. Above answer is WRONG. Again A cyst DOES NOT PRODUCE HCG which is the ONLY WAY YOU ARE GOING TO GET A POSITIVE PREGNANCY TESTS.
it will not be harmful during the pregnancy no.
no, its dangerous
Yes, women can usually get pregnant when they have ovarian cysts.
No, it is a lot more painful
ovarian cyst is an infection of ovary
Gynecologist treat the ovarian cyst.
Possibly an ovarian cyst or fibroids.
An ovarian cyst causes sharp pain in your abdomen, lower back, as well as rib cage. Answer No, it causes cramps.
Yeah. I thought I was but it turned out to be an ovarian cyst. You can also be pre-menopausal and have many of the symptoms of pregnancy.
Hello Nope, definitely not. :o)
I can use a pregnancy test to find out if you're pregnant, and a phsyical exam and possibly ulstasound to see if you have a cyst.
What if ovarian cyst coefficient is 10.272..is she have a malignant cancer?
i have a septated ovarian cyst 2.7 cm and 6.2mm thickening of endomertrium what causes this ?
it will be the sam casu of baldness teh cas of ovarian cyst but it is not confirmed. ovarian cyst is a normatl cyst for women and all of them will have usualy and it will disapir withen the manistration period
Yes, a 6 cm ovarian cyst is considered to be a little big.
Yes, if the cyst is hemorrhagic.
Definitely not. The only thing that will cause a negative pregnancy test is no HCG in your blood which means you're not pregnant.
If you have an ovarian cyst that has ruptured, you will feel sudden and severe abdominal and pelvic pain. You may also have a fever and vomiting and you should seek medical attention right away if you think you have a ruptured ovarian cyst.
No, as an oophorectomy removes the ovary you cannot get an ovarian cyst. However, this is only the case if both ovaries are removed.
an ovarian cyst is closed, sac like structure within an ovary that contain a liquid, gaseous or semisolid substance.
When an ovarian cyst ruptures, the fluid ends up in the cul-de-sac due to gravity.