I would be really excited that I had no more cyst, but I'd be terrified that I still had something icky inside. I'm glad they're checking you with the ultrasound to see what's going on inside. What if there is still part of the cyst there? I'm just paranoid that way. I hope you got out of surgery, though. That would be great!
My cyst is actually feeling bigger by the week. I will be glad when it's out. I'm having surgery on Jan 5th at 8:30 AM. Ready to get rid of Fred, but scared of post-op pain and everything else that goes along with it.
Kelly, will you please post a journal with some information about yourself? I was going to respond to one of your posts but it was a reply to someone else's post and didn't want to take attention away from them. Anyway, how old are you and can you give more information about your cysts on a journal or something? Much appreciated.
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