Can I get Pregnant with Ovarian Cyst?

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An ovarian cyst is actually something that is pretty common. It is simply a sac of fluid that forms on the ovary. They will typically appear between puberty and menopause and are most common when a woman is able to have children. Usually, these cysts are not dangerous and the majority of them are not cancerous.

One issue that women have when they have ovarian cysts is that they find it difficult to ovulate regularly. If the egg is not able to be released, travel through the fallopian tube and pass into the uterus, it is not possible for the woman to become pregnant.

An-ovarian-cyst-is-actually-something-that-is-pretty-commonIf you are struggling to become pregnant because you are not ovulating due to an ovarian cyst, you should talk to your doctor. There are some procedures that may be necessary to remove the cyst to that you can begin ovulating again.

Most women who have these procedures are able to become fertile once again. While surgery is sometimes necessary, many women are also able to take medication that helps remove the cyst so that she will be able to ovulate. Your doctor will be able to discuss your options with you and determine which one is the best form of treatment for your condition.

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