Hi ANRimah! I am 14 weeks now! My last USG report(done 2 weeks ago) says i have a 64mm cyst on the right adnexal region next to the placenta. I visited my doc and she said in my next USG the cyst might be disappeared. She gave me multivitamins, calcium, iron supple etc. She also suggested that i take a test(blood test) if i am really anxious and intent to know the nature of the cyst(whether benign or serious type). I am waiting still and keeping my fingers crossed what to do! My friends and family members consoled and said not to worry and advised to take the multivitamins and nutrients properly. Yours is in the babies heart about which i hv no idea! when would u take ur next USG? I hope everythig will be fine with u. Keep me posted!View Thread
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