Symptoms UPDATE : Does anyone else get nauseous and intermittent symptoms?

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Hi everyone!

I keep getting random bouts of nausea but no actual vomiting. It's either when I wake up in the morning as if it's morning sickness or directly after eating. 

Other symptoms in my previous post are very intermittent.

Some days I feel perfectly fine, other days I'm sleeping the whole day straight because I feel that ill.

Thank you all that are part of this forum. Extremely helpful !

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    Yes same here. I told my Dr and she said it probably is stress related but I doubt it because so many women complain of the same thing with dermoid cysts. I'm scheduled for surgery April 9th can't come soon enough. Hang in there. When is your surgery? Are there doing laproscopic? My cyst is 2cm. 

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      I'm having my right ovary and both tubes removed as a precautionary. I'm 47 soon to be 48 and do not need them anymore. They are also removing a fibroid in my uterus. I have a 2cm dermoid cyst that they found in a transvaginal scan on my ovary. I was bleeding for about 3 weeks straight (fibroid causing the issue) finding the cyst was not expected. Yes I too go through intermittent nausea especially in regards morning. I told the Dr but she said she doesn't think it has anything to do with the cyst but after reading so many posts here with women having the same symptom I disagree. Are they doing laproscopic surgery in you? 

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    I am having a lot of pain in my lower stomach and back pain i am schedule for my surgery on april 9 they are removing my left ovary and part of my tube. I haven't been sick or feel like it.

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