This way you will forever be in doubt. I think you should go see a proper doctor about this. Get some fertility tests done if you have to. You will know what the problem is. I hope it's not something serious and easily fixable. Don't lose hope. Things will work out I'm sure.
Found it informative ## Sometimes the ovary does not ovulate and the follicle cyst persists. It will continue to enlarge and can become as big as a baseball. Eventually it will break and the woman may not even be aware that this has happened. The period may be delayed because there is no progesterone phase of the cycle to respond to. The corpus luteum can also become cystic. If these cysts are detected during an examination the woman will be told that she has a cyst. Usually this will cause considerable consternation. Now everybody is upset. Could the cyst be a cancer? Will an operation have to be done? How are these questions to be answered?
If a sonogram shows this to be a simple cyst without any internal structure. If it is only on one side.
If it is less than 4-5 inches in diameter. If it occurs in an ovulating woman or an early pregnant woman.
If there are no associated findings such as nodules or fluid in the pelvis. If there are no major symptoms of pain. Then wait!
Schedule a reexamination for 4 weeks. If it is gone or getting smaller then it was a functional cyst: either a follicle cyst or a corpus luteum cyst. Nothing more needs to be done. If it persists then a diagnosis must be arrived at surgically.
This is good the clinic team takes time to explain all sort of things. It's always interesting to listen to Dr Mozgovaya. I happened to ask for my sis as well as for friends. - She'd been always useful. Love the Bio tex medical team. GL!