No contractions, normal heart rate and lots of activity. I was diagnosed with 1.8" ovarian cysts and was taking birth control pills per my doctor's suggestions.
Weeks and months went by but my ovarian cyst was still there (although it was still the same size). During the first week of following the steps I found there, I started feeling a lot better and the pain started fading away. Nine weeks later, my doctor says that my cyst is gone!
DON' T KNOW IF THIS HELPS, I' M STILL NERVOUS ABOUT MINE.
Just like you I am also 6 weeks pregnant and I was having very bad pain in my abdomin and in my back and so I went to the emergency room and they told me that I had 2 cysts on my right ovary and a UTI.
oh well, the most important part is, that the baby was fine, so nothing else mattered.
she told me not to worry, as they usually go away after a while.I have a history of ovarian cysts and I recently found out I am 6 weeks preg. I tried to get pregnant for almost 3 years, so I am really hoping I can sustain this pregnancy. I had an ovarian cyst about the size of a golf ball when I was pregnant. But there is always the chance that as you get bigger it could cause your ovary to twist. But from my experience there is no harmful affects on the baby. cyst on my right ovary at my 8 week "dating" ultrasound; I just got back from a 14 week follow-up to check on the cyst.The cyst is the size of an orange, and my OB seems very concerned. Mine pushed my uterus to the side and my son was born full term and very healthy. It's the same size and still there; the ultrasound tech said not to worry, that it could be there the whole pregnancy, or rupture, or leak, or go away.My ob said the ruptured cyst does not increase my chances of a miscarry at all.It is important to know the "kind" of cyst you have as my cyst turned out to be the same cyst that every female develops during her menstrual, it begins as an egg sac that usually dissolves.
I only became aware of the rupture after passing brownish mucas/ tissue.