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Question: I am 6 wk pregnant scan showed 2 rt ovarian cyst , functional cyst but one is 7.4 cm n othet 4cm, is it significant, n how its going to affect my pregnancy n treatment

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Answer: hi dear! Ovarian cysts during pregnancy are usually functional ovarian cysts as described previously.The corpus luteum that develops in the ovary to sustain a normal early pregnancy may persist as a corpus luteum cyst later in the pregnancy. normally the cyst is usually small but it can grow as big as more than 6cm. so in such senario the doctor might tell you to remove the cyst. just so that it wont cause any trouble to the developing baby , as there is always a risk of thr cyst to rupture. so dont worry it can be taken care of . but you might have to remove the cyst that is a big one. so consult your doctor about it dear. dont wory it happens to most of the women. take care dear ! i hope this information was helpful to you.
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    Sona Rajan270 days ago

    K. Thank u

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    Sona Rajan226 days ago

    Hello , i am 12 wk pregnant,done NT scan today nt 1.2 mm , nasal bone seen, but doctor said decreased liqour is dere n hence advised NIPT. I am 35,yrs ,G2A1. Second trimester abortion ,at 23 wks last yr. Went into preterm labour , later bacterial growth was confirmed in urine n vaginal swab. Feeling anxious and worried pls opine

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