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cyst during pregnancy

I am 14 weeks pregnant and I feel a sharp pain in my right side ( where the right ovary is).  I felt that before this pregnancy and now when I wear pants with elactics it puts pressure on and I feel the pain afterward for hours.  My last u/s was at 8 weeks and that is when they saw a cyst, and the doctors did not specify where exactly it was (uterus or ovary).  My family doctor did not elaborate on it with me and now I wonder if I should go see her and tell her about the pain, or bare it and wait for my next prenatal in two weeks or take this very seriously and get her to refer me to the obstetrician?thank you!
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1041303 tn?1421387341
I would call Dr asap! The reason I say this and I don't want to scare you but, 2 years ago when I was 6 weeks pg I started getting really sharp pains on my left side so I went to the ER because I thought it was ectopic. I ended up having a cyst and it burst causing me to miscarry. Good Luck!
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Hi, I would request another scan to check the size and type of the cyst, I am 13 weeks pregnant and I will be having a complex cyst removed in a week and half, open surgery, which is hopefully a safe time for the baby.

It maybe that you have a pregancy cyst, but I would request and ask for another scan to ask the size and type of the cyst

Best Wishes
Yvonne
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