in Baby Health During Pregnancy by anonymous
I am currently 9 weeks and 2 days pregnant and have been experiencing off and on bleeding for the past two weeks. My doctor has diagnosed it as an ovarian cyst. I have had three previous pregnancies but no live births yet. I have heard the baby's heartbeat twice during ultrasounds. Has anyone else gone through a similar situation? What was your experience like?
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Experiencing bleeding during pregnancy can be concerning, especially if you have had previous pregnancies without any live births. It's positive that you have heard the baby's heartbeat twice during ultrasounds, as it indicates that the baby is still developing.

Bleeding in early pregnancy can have various causes, and one possibility is an ovarian cyst. Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs that form on or inside the ovaries. While they are relatively common and often harmless, they can sometimes cause complications during pregnancy.

If your doctor has diagnosed your bleeding as being caused by an ovarian cyst, they will likely monitor its size and keep an eye on any changes throughout your pregnancy. In most cases, small cysts resolve on their own without causing any further issues.

It's important to follow your doctor's advice and attend all scheduled appointments for regular check-ups and ultrasounds to ensure both you and your baby are healthy. If you experience any severe pain or heavy bleeding, contact your healthcare provider immediately.

As for others who may have experienced a similar situation, it would be helpful to connect with support groups or online communities where women share their experiences with ovarian cysts during pregnancy. Hearing from others who have gone through similar situations can provide reassurance and valuable insights.

Remember that every pregnancy is unique, so while it's helpful to hear about other people's experiences, yours may differ. Stay positive, take care of yourself, and trust in your healthcare provider's guidance throughout your pregnancy journey.

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U should be ok doll.. I had 3 miss carriages and was freaking out cause I was bleeding just a little bit everyday not a lot just a little bit enough to turn my toilet paper pink and they said it was a cyst I am now 12 weeks in the bleeding has stopped and just did a blood test to find out it was a boy so you should be okay as long as there is no cramping or you if  fill a pad every hour see a doctor
How could you find out it was a boy through a blood test bs
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Maybe try a second opinion too. 

I say this because they told my mom when she was pregnant with me that it was a cyst on the ovary. 

Needless to say... I'm 25 years old and making my own babies now.. :)

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You should be fine im on my fourth pregnancy my first was a cake walk. My second was an ectopic, ended up taken one of my tubes. My 3rd pregnancy was very painful an hard on me he's 9months old now an im 18 weeks with twin girls i have bleed for a month on an off with this one an lots of cramping on top of being sick sick night an day but both my ob an my specialist ob i have to see says the girls are perfect even with my bleeding an cramping for so long. Good luck to you.
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How long did your cramping last for and did your bleeding come hard cause am having the same problem and m 5 weeks.
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I'm 10 + 6 weeks  from 5 weeks this thing has been happening to.me but due to sex and other sex positions n deep penetration 
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This is my 1st pregnancy. I have poly cystic ovary syndrom im 9 weeks and my 7th and 8th week i had a lot of bleeding. I called my doctor and then went to the hospital not knowing what was and wasnt normal because it was more than just spotting. Doctor said my uterus looked fantastic... so it very well could be ok. Just pay attention to how youre feeling. Also, doctor told me menstral feeling pains are normal around this time. Just listen to your body girl.

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