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Hi everyone, I am new here, and I am need any and all advice I can get.
I am 6 weeks pregnant, this weekend i was having some pretty bad cramping, so I decided to go to the Emergency room. There we found out that baby is fine, but that I have a large septated ovarian cyst (at least 60 mm). the ultrasound readings actually say it is "likely a neoplasm" (which from a quick google search does NOT sound good). When I finally got ahold of my OBGYN (i went to a different, closer hopsital for the ER) she barely even let me tell her what the ultrasound said, i basically just got to "they found a cyst" and she cut me off and said "well there is nothing we can really do about it while you are pregnant"... she did set up an ultrasound in SIX weeks, to see if it grows or not.
I am just wondering if this is a normal plan for people? I have been considering changing my primary care already, so i cant tell if my unhappiness with this plan is because its a bad plan, or because i am just not a fan of her to start with.
I mean if there is even a 1/100 chance that it is a tumor rather than a cyst, id like to have it removed. plus i am in a bit of pain (maybe more along the lines of " strong discomfort" but it still stinks, and she wont even see me)
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