I mentioned in a couple of other threads that a couple of years ago, I had to get a huge fibroid tumor removed from my uterus after it almost caused me to bleed to death. I knew that it was very possible that the fibroid would grow back, but I thought that it would be a while. A few weeks ago, I went back to the doctor to have my IUD checked, because I wanted to make sure it was in the right place before potentially becoming sexually active when I am back on campus. The IUD was in the correct place, but they discovered that another tiny fibroid was starting to grow in there, and that there was cyst fluid on one of my ovaries. Fortunately, given my medical history, the doctor knows to take action if things begin to look problematic, and hopefully the IUD will slow down the growth, but I'm 20 years old, and I still haven't even had sex yet, I shouldn't have to be dealing with this much stuff already. I really don't know if I want kids or not, but I at least wanted the option to carry one, but ever since I found out that I might not be able to, I have been thinking about it more the past few weeks. Kind of funny given that a couple of years ago when I got hospitalized, I was adamant about not wanting to be pregnant, well, people do change their minds. As of now, I have only told my parents and a couple of friends, and my mom told a friend of hers who isn't a doctor, but works in medicine, and she agrees that I shouldn't stress about it now, but it is definitely something to keep an eye on. It's something that I try not to think about too often, but it's rough.