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I found out I had cyst, on both my ovaries, they didnt tell me how many or how big, they said I would have to get a pelvic ultra sound every six months, but they said I should be tested for diabetes, I asked why but they never explaned it to me, also I am 29 already had one baby, they said It might cause me to become infertile? I only weight 107 but they also said It signs of pelvic overactive cyst syndrome. My question is should I be tested for ovilation and fertility? And does this mean I will develope later in life? Also should I be concerned that this might also cause ovarian can cer later for me in life, my grandmother for my mother side died from ovarian cancer.
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