Hyperstimulated ovaries?

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xXjunebugXx Tue 18-Jun-13 16:38:24

I had a scan to check that my uterus was empty and the miscarriage was complete. Uterus is empty it's just fluid that remains but as soon as the sonographer put the scanner on me she could see a cyst on my my right ovary and on on further investigation (internal) she said there were two cysts next to each other and then lots of swollen folicles. She asked if I was on clomid or the like, I'm not. She was surprised and said that although I am not hyperstimulated it does look like that I am almost there. This could explain why I am in a lot of pain for a good few days every months. I was just putting it down to painful ovulation since the first miscarriage but she said I am a bit hyperstimulated....whatever that means. One cyst is 14mm and the other is 12mm.
Maybe this is why I have been having mid-cycle bleeding?

So quick ovulation since my miscarriage! The nurse told me to be careful this month as I could end up with twins! Well, good job I won't be trying until after I have seen the specialist (I say specialist, they aren't really they are the consultant that deals with recurrent loss at my hospital)

squizita Thu 20-Jun-13 16:38:37

I have heard this can happen after MC. I started to have very painful ovulation in between mine.

Interesting - on my mum's side there seems to be a predisposition towards MC in some women AND non-identical twins. Perhaps the two are linked?

xXjunebugXx Thu 20-Jun-13 21:14:58

Funny you should say that about MC and non identical twins, it's the same on my Mum's side of the family! I wonder...

I still haven't ovulated, am in so much pain this month, really it is taking my breath away at times. I am getting a line now though so hopefully I will ovulate soon and it can be over with. The epu nurse said she thought I'd ovulate in the next couple of days as the cysts were big. Apparently they get to 16-18mm before they burst with ovulation.

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