Hi everyone, I hope to get some responds to my question... Im 5 weeks pregnant right now. I just had an ultrasound and saw an sac in my uterus. Im still so very worried because ive had an ectopic pregnancy before in 2009 but at 4 weeks they seen it in my left ovary, with no signs of anything in my uterus.I had heavy bleeding and cramps that were unbearable. Right now at 5 weeks, we see the sac in uterus, no sign of blood but cramping in right side. my ob said I have a cyst on my right ovary which is most likely from corpus luetum(wrong spelling) cyst. Should I be worried or just be glad they seen something in my uterus. Is it irritation from ovulating out my right tube? I also was on metformin for a month and a half which help me to conceive. Thanks for any input!View Thread
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