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I had an ovarian cyst with blood supply 3 months ago. I had an internal ultrasound appointment with the gyn and i specifically asked for a female as i'm not comfortable with a male dr to look at my hoohaa. So even though it was highlighted I got told it was only male available on that day so i had to rescedule. I got a date after a month  with a female Gyn so last month when i went to my appointment she was off sick and a junior saw me. She took the history and did not do the ultrasound and said they ll send me a letter for my next appointment. I havent still got a letter and it s almost 5 weeks. I moved house last week so i'm registering with my Gp tomorrow. We have been trying to get pregnant for 2 years now. And i take a home pregnancy test every month. Sometimes twice a month. And it s always negative. So I checked today and there was a dark and a very faint 2nd line. So it got my hopes up. I went to work and bought a clearblue digital pregnancy strip. I checked on my break and it showed i'm 2-3 weeks pregnant. My period was due three days ago. But due to the cyst the periods hve been irregular. I was over the moon on the result but also read online that the cysts give false positive results. Am i pregnant or is it the cyst? I know my gp will explain but i cant wait. Anyone knows about this?

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There can be various reasons for your irregular periods and there can be different possible reasons behind you not getting pregnant. 

You must surely go and consult a gynecologist, don't reschedule your appointment and wait for long. If you are not getting female doctor in one place, then you can change your hospital and get your ultrasound done at some other place.

Thank you for your comment. I now have a 29 months old son. ☺
Also it was not a false positive. I was actually pregnant
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