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Scan shows polycystic ovary and pregnant. Is it an ectopic pregnancy?

Hi, I m in absolute agony! Had a scan 3 weeks ago and got confirmed this week I have polycystic ovary syndrome! Scan 3 weeks ago confirmed cyst was 5.5 by 4.5cm large. I have now just found out I m 7 weeks pregnant! My doctor was referring me for a scan with the early assesment unit but they have made a mistake and not made the right appointment. They tried to call me earlier but got cut off! I m worried it may be an ectopic pregnant, and am in so much pain! If I go a & e I ll just get told I d have to wait for a referral for a scan! What should I do?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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Hi deborahconnell
Polycystic ovary is related to unovulation ¬ to ectopic pregnancy
There are many causes responsible for ectopic pregnancy like
Genital tuberculosis
Delayed fertilization
As,you are having pain,there are mainly two possiblities
ectopic pregnancy
twisted ovarian cyst
so,consult your Doctor as soon as possible
Take Care
Answered: Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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