(Closed) infertility worries… ugh

posted 8 years ago in Babies
Post # 3
18637 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

First of all, I wouldn’t worry about your ovulation.  It might be completely thrown off because you didn’t take the pills for a while (you don’t ovulate on the pills so you can’t really predict when you would have ovulated or not since you have been taking them).  I have had a few cysts before, I don’t think that one that occurs monthly is really a big deal (when you release an egg, a cyst basically forms and then pops when it releases the egg).  If you are worried though, I would find a doctor that doesn’t blow you off.

Post # 4
57 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

Id firstly find a new doctor that doesnt blow you off or dismiss your legit concerns.  SEcondly, here is some hope.  I had horrible ovarian cysts in high school (also not PCOS, just cysts).  They ruptured a few times, I had to ahve them ruptured by the doctor a few times.  They put me on BC and when I went off it a few times between then and now, they never came back!  Sometimes the BC can fix it.  I know infertility is a uge concern of anyone who is about to TTC or even thinking of it, but like pp said, the ovulation and periods being off is prob from your pills.

Good luck =o)

Post # 7
57 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

@Magdalena: sorry I am just getting back to you now!  I was on it for maybe a year before I went off and they didnt come back.  I also tried the Depo shot (woooo that was AWFUL for me) but ultimately the pill was best. 

My doctor did say that sometimes you get a few and then they stop-they arent always recurrent.

Post # 9
3762 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2010


I just wanted to chime in and say I also had a very large ovarian cyst that had to be surgically removed when I was 15.  Just make sure they monitor you closely.  Even when you go to your general practicioner have them palpatate your abdomin to check for anything.  If they know they are looking for a cyst they should find it if one is there. 

Post # 10
448 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

@Magdalena: Hi I have similar problems. But I refuse to go on the pill I feel it covers up symptoms that your body needs to show you. The question is why did you get the cyst? I would look at your eating habits and health habits. I believe there are so many reproductive issues today because of the estrogen mimicing substances in our foods and plastics.

It might be helpful to read naturapathic methods to help resolve your problems. I take evening primrose oil to help regulate my cycle and control inflammation caused by endometriosis and cysts. You will definitly continue to ovulate but I think it’s important to find out why your body is doing this.


Good luck <3

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