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Pregnant with spotting. Pregnancy scan showing enlarged placenta with a cyst. Have sharp pain. Concerned

hi my daughter is 8 weeks pregnant, she has bllod on a tissue when she wipes herself , she had a early pregnancy scan last week and alls well they said she has a cyst on her plecenta thats enlarged , but should go down as the placenta grows , and not to worry about the blood on the tissue unless it more like period blood, shes in pain , sharp pains she said its the cyst , im worried
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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The pain in the lower abdomen along with a mild spotting in early pregnancy is a worrisome finding. An ultrasound scan is needed to check for the fetal cardiac activity and proper treatment should be started after consulting her gynecologist.
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Answered: Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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