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Cramps, fatigue, nausea, irregular periods. Ultrasound shows cystic structure. Meaning of scan?

Hi. My periods have been irregular this year and for the last few months ive been experiencing cramping, fatigue , nausea and some other symptoms. My ladt cycle was 26 days, light bleeding and spotting, this was on 7th July. On the following monday i went to the Dr who sent me for a urine test and ultrasound to rule out pregnancy. I missed the hospital tedt but the scan shoed a cystic like structure that could ne a gestational sac of 3-4 weeks. The following afternoon i fid a hpt which was negative as well as 6 days layer with fmu and it was also megative. My question is what could the ultrasound mean? Im planning to do the hospital scan tomorow and my second scan is this monday. Im still having on-off ovarian type pain, fatigue and sore breasts etc etc.
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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since your upt is negitive , and usg scan showed a cyst in ovary most probably , it could be simple ovarian cyst most common complaints will be lower abdominal pain or discomfort
fullness or bloating
pain with sexual intercourse
urinary frequency or difficulty with bowel movements (because of pressure on adjacent pelvic anatomy)
irregular periods or spotting.
There is nothing to be worried about , its a very common problem , but please visit a gyne for further evaluation.
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