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Anyone who menstruates can get a corpus luteum cyst, but your provider is more likely to find one if you’re pregnant because they last a little longer to support the pregnancy. They’re usually painless, so most people don’t even know they have a corpus luteum cyst. They often show up as part of routine imaging during pregnancy.

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