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“I have an apple-sized cyst on my ovary” Hailey Bieber was revealed via her Instagram Story on Monday (November 28). Hailey, 26, shares a photo of herself in a gray sweatshirt, with the sweatshirt pulled up to show the bulge in her stomach (“not a baby,” she captioned the growth, aware of how some might begin to speculate that you and Justin Bieber expected.) “I don’t have endometriosis or PCOS [Polycystic Ovary Syndrome] but I’ve gotten an ovarian cyst a few times, and it’s never fun,” Hailey added.

“It hurts and hurts (sic) and I feel nauseous and bloated and spasmodic and emotional,” she added, before ending her message with a bit of solidarity and hope. “Anyway…I’m sure many of you can relate and understand excessively. We have that.”

Ovarian cysts are “sacs, usually filled with fluid, in an ovary or on its surface,” according to the Mayo Clinic. listing for the condition. “One ovary is located on each side of the uterus. Each ovary is about the size and shape of an almond. Ovarian cysts are common. Most of the time you have little or no discomfort and the cysts are harmless. Most cysts go away without treatment within a few months. But sometimes ovarian cysts can twist or burst open (rupture). This can cause serious symptoms.” Some of the symptoms listed for cysts include pelvic pain, bloating, and gas.

Earlier this year, Hailey shared that she was hospitalized after experiencing “stroke-like symptoms.” In a March post shared to her Instagram Story, Hailey wrote, “On Thursday morning I was sitting at breakfast with my husband when I started having stroke-like symptoms and was rushed to the hospital. They found that I had sustained a very small blood clot in my brain that was causing a slight lack of oxygen, but my body cleared it on its own and I made a full recovery within a few hours.”

Hailey Bieber (Xavier Collin/Image Press Agency/MEGA)

A month after this health crisis, Hailey told her doctors that recent events had contributed to the stroke: she was taking contraceptives without consulting a doctor and recently contracted COVID. She also revealed that a follow-up appointment was diagnosed with PFO (patent foramen ovale), or a hole between the left and right upper chambers in her heart. She had a hole measuring between 12 and 13 millimeters.

“The biggest thing I feel is I’m just really relieved that we were able to figure it all out, that we managed to close it, that I’ll be able to get out of this really scary situation and just be mine life to live,” she said in the YouTube update.

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