1 Week Of Pregnancy And There Are 7 Cm Cysts?
, yesterday morning I went to the puskesmas for a pregnancy test and the results were negative, and this morning I had an ultrasound to the hospital because there was a very painful feeling in the lower right abdomen, and the doctor said I was pregnant for just over a week and there was a 7 cm cyst , said the cyst doctor will be removed after 4 months of pregnancy, after I go home … My stomach feels like I want to give birth and brown blood dirty fluid comes out …. then what is the next step … Am I positive because I got pregnant Ultrasound looks like a fetus but the test is negative … If you are pregnant then what about my pregnancy if there is a 7 cm cyst and I am bleeding from the brown …? Thank you…
Hello Devi, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
I help answer your questions in a way yes.
When a woman has a pregnancy, her body will normally produce a pregnancy hormone called the beta hCG hormone in which the hormone is checked at the time of the testpack. Every testpack tool in Indonesia currently has a different level of sensitivity, so the possibility of an error when carrying out the inspection is also still there. If based on ultrasound performed by a doctor has shown the existence of a pregnancy, then generally the results of an ultrasound performed early in pregnancy, is the most reliable examination to ensure the presence or absence of a pregnancy. Your doctor may also suggest you to do a testpack again some time in the future to ensure your pregnancy back, where if indeed you are pregnant then generally will show positive results with increasing gestational age.
Existing cysts, in general, have formed before a pregnancy occurs, but may only be known when carrying out a pregnancy examination with a doctor. Cysts themselves that are found during pregnancy generally do not interfere with the pregnancy that is happening or the fetus that is being conceived. Although it does not interfere, the development of the cyst must still be monitored because the cyst can rupture at any time which can result in bleeding in the abdomen that can interfere with an ongoing pregnancy where generally if the cyst ruptures can be characterized by a fairly severe pain on the side stomach cysts. Regarding your current complaint, you should immediately check your condition again to the obstetrician or immediately to the hospital emergency room for further examination, to ascertain whether it is caused by a cyst that you are suffering from or if there is a disturbance in your pregnancy such as a miscarriage blighted ovum and others.
You can also read more information about cysts that occur during pregnancy in the following article: cysts during pregnancy.
I hope this helps.