It's the dermoid cyst that is causing the trouble. I have very few medical references to quote on this subject. But people keep sending me their stories.......
|A dermoid cyst on the ovary: Is this an enclosed twin?|
Here is an example from the USA:
I'm not sure how it happened. Last year I became very ill. At first my stomach was just getting bigger and I honestly thought it was due to my period. But soon I noticed that it was not going away and I began to look like I was a few weeks pregnant. It got so bad to the point were I was hungry but was not able to eat anything! I got pale and felt like fainting. I would also want to throw up but all that came out was air or acid from my stomach. I went to the ER were they gave me a cat scan and told me I had a cyst. They said had to have a surgery by the next day. They also found out it was attached to my ovary and had grown enough to cover my stomach and it was pushing all my organs up! When everything passed they called me, telling me that they had sent my cyst to a lab and found hair, brain tissue, bone tissue and other things.... is this my lost twin?..I just don't understand how that got there. Please help.
There is help, if you have a dermoid cyst or a teratoma. There is my book, Womb Twin Survivors the result of seven years of research, which contains everything you ever wanted to know about womb twins and how it feels to be the sole survivor of a twin or multiple pregnancy.
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There is always Womb Twin, which was founded in 2007 to help womb twin survivors around the world. Visit their web site and find out about the conference and the other services they offer.