I have a hemorrhagic cyst on my left ovary can I still get pregnant?

Yes. Hemorrhagic cysts are one of the more common ovarian cysts. It has no effect on fertility. If it's small, it may resolve spontaneously. You can follow it with your doctor. Best of luck!

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I have a cyst on my left ovary. Can I still get pregnant?

Probably. What kind of cyst? The ovaries make cysts each month, normally. Most cysts at your age are benign and can be watched until they go away. Some require surgery, usually just to remove the cyst without hurting the ovary or uterus- so you can still get pregnant. Your doctor/np should be able to reassure you. Read more...

I have a small follicle cyst on my left ovary. Can I still ovulate while having this cyst? Can I still get pregnant?

Yes. These small functional cysts are common and may come and go. If your cycles are regular, then most likely you are ovulating, which means you can get pregnant as long as your partner doesn't have male fertility issues. Get pre-conception counseling from your doctor if you are planning to conceive. Good luck. Read more...

Okay so for sure I have an dermiod cyst on my left ovary 1cm. My question now is can I still get pregnant will I miscarry again?

Yes. It sounds like the opposite ovary is normal, so even though your chances of getting pregnant may be reduced, yes you still can get pregnant. Read more...

Can I still get pregnant even tho I have an ovarian cyst on my left ovary?

Yes. Most ovarian cysts indicate normal functioning ovaries. Unless this is an abnormal cyst (ask your doc)-go for it. Read more...

What cause me to get a cyst on my left ovary before it happen this year of march last year in august I had my left fallopain tube removed because I had a tuba pregnancy?

Cyst formation. Even though they took the fallopian tube it sounds like they left the ovary in place. Forming a cyst is part of normal ovulation although sometimes they will increase in size to the point that they are uncomfortable. This should resolve and if not see your doctor if it becomes painful. Read more...