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and it wasn't for one of the kids. This morning I started having stabbing pains in my right lower stomach area, didn't think much of it, thought I had torn a muscle or something as I have been doing alot of rearranging and moving furniture. As the day goes on I start feeling nauseous and just not feeling good in general so I called my doc, who told me to go to the ER.
Four and a half hours, and 2 ultrasounds, and a ct scan later I am finally released. At first they thought it was my appendix (and honestly so did I and that is why I called the doc in the first place).
But come to find out I have an ovarian cyst. Here is what I have found out, and I never knew....
"An ovarian cyst is a fluid filled sac that develops on a woman's ovary. Ovarian cysts are a normal part of the menstrual cycle. They usually go away on their own. But sometimes an ovarian cyst grows larger than usual and can cause problems. "
I never knew of these but have had 2 ganglion cysts in my wrist (that were surgically removed) and a bone cyst in my hand so why wouldn't I have them everywhere (ok I'm being a little sarcastic and dramatic).
I'm just so happy that I didn't have to have surgery or it wasn't something that was worse. I'm just hoping it goes away soon, cause the stabbing pain is no fun at all.
Ugh...I had one in my early 20's and the pain is terrible. I am so glad that they were able to figure out what it was and take care of it. (Incidentally I also had surgery for cysts in my wrist years ago too and had one on my neck... so maybe that connection isn't totally unfounded ). I hope you are feeling better soon!