So, I've been looking like I'm 6mnths pregnant for about a lil over a year now. I thought it was just weight problems. Three months ago I hit the gymn faithfully every single day, changed my diet and realized my stomach's size was still the same.
Long story short. My surgery is next week Thursday Oct 11th. I REALLY don't want to lose my left ovary. I took a CA125 and came out within range. However, the doctor said he would have to cut me vertically. That's when I asked why can't he do a c-section cut, he then agreed that he can. He said because the mass is quite large. But just thinking about him cutting me open vertically seem more painful after :(
Hiya sorry to hear about your cyst, what type of cyst is it? Have u had any symptoms or pain, as I've been having alot of pelvis pain and hip pain & hurts to open my bowles, my stomach seems really bloated. Bet u will be relieved to get cyst out, Im really scared of surgery, hospitals' ect. Keep intouch . Lisa x
They didn't say what type but they suspected that its from my left ovary. I have no symptoms, no pain. Just bloated most of the time. I'm extremely excited, nervous and scared. But obviously, it needs to be removed.
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