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Do cysts usually rupture around the time you are getting a positive OPK? Is it possible to still O, or does a cyst keep you from Oing? I've never been diagnosed with cysts, but lots in my family have, and last night at work I was in excrutiating pain. A few hours later I was fine. It reminded me of how my sister would be when she had one rupture. Any information you have would be helpful. Thanks!
I don't have much, but I do form cysts almost every cycle; they are different with everybody. for me, mine appear, and stay throughout my cycle, then shrink down or go away totally before my cycle ends. I have had to be put on birth control before for cysts, which was fine at the time because I wasn't TTC, to get them under control. I feel your pain girlie, I had a really bad cyst when I was pg with Gracie (grew her wings in June 2007), and I did end up going to the ER to rule out etopic the pain was so bad, and they went in with a camera to look at it, and said it wasn't cause for concern. But that's not to say you should make that call. I would advise you to have it looked at, to go in to your ob/gyn, because that level of pain nobody should deal with. I guess I have reached the point where my body changed from year to year hormonally lol, so it's hard for me to discern what calls for me to have it checked out, so I just don't take any chances. you could just fine, but then again you also might need to have it looked at since the pain is that bad. Just my opinion
I have these and went to the hospital for one mistaking it for appendicitis several years ago the pain was so severe. The month that I got pregnant with my daughter I had a cyst rupture at ovulation time and cause extreme pain which lasted 2 months into my pregnancy, but everything turned out fine. I had an extra ultrasound during the beginning of the pregnancy and they confirmed that that was the source of the pain. I get ovulation pain almost every month and always on my right side, which I don't really understand.
My doctor advised me that they don't do anything to prevent conception or pregnancy.
Thanks for the comments ladies. I left a message with the nurse and the doctors office. I don't have a OB/GYN right now, just a family doctor. The nurse said he might want to order an ultrasound to see, but the thing is, to get that I have to drive a hour (they don't do ultrasounds here.) and I don't have a day of where I can do that. my days off are on the weekend. They really seem to think I'm fine, so I probably won't get it done.