I had been having pain in my stomach and abnormal bleeding for about a week. I went to the doctor and they did a pap, an ultrasound and some blood work. A few days later they told me that I was pregnant and that they had also seen a tumor on my ovaries. First off, I got my tubes tied about 2 years ago so I don't understand how I could be pregnant and I am really freaking out about this tumor on my ovaries. Has anyone else been through this????
Are they sending you to a GYN/Oncologist? I had my tubes tied and knew there was still a slight risk of pregnancy. I did not get pregnant. I did have tumors on my ovaries. They sent me to GYN/Oncologist and he did surgery. It is not always cancer. In my case it was so I was glad I went to a GYN/Oncologist to begin with.
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