THESE amazing pictures show the day that one woman lost four stone in just one day. Marie Vickers had such an enormous ovarian cyst that she dropped six dress sizes. Miss Vickers, 27, who lives in Ossett, West Yorkshire, had such an enormous bump caused by the undiagnosed cyst, that strangers asked her if she was pregnant. Her stomach measured a staggering five foot around in circumference and when she was finally examined by a doctor he announced that she was indeed as big as a mother who was expecting twins. She had been to the doctor who thought she had been overeating - yet when the enormous cyst was removed, doctors also drained a staggering 26 litres. Miss Vickers, who works as an outreach worker with deaf people, said: 'I was sick of everyone thinking I was pregnant. 'When it was finally diagnosed in hospital I couldnt believe just how big it was. When I stepped on the scales afterwards Id lost four stone in one day. It was unbelievable. Miss Vickers started putting on weight two years ago around her stomach area. She said: 'The weight had just started to go on my stomach and I couldnt understand it. Within months my stomach was straining at the waistband of my trousers and bulging over the top. DM 'I tried to diet, and whilst the weight started to come off my face and legs, it stubbornly refused to come off my stomach. 'Instead it actually started to expand. One morning I even went to the doctors and the receptionist directed me to the ante natal clinic down the corridor. 'The cashier at the supermarket asked me if I was eating for three after thinking I was pregnant with twins. Miss Vickers went to her local GP and told him she had put on weight on her stomach and couldnt shift it. He asked her if she was eating too much and told her that she only should be eating 2000 calories a day. She said: 'I told him that I was actually eating a lot less than that. I was living on salads to try and lose weight around my waist. Her stomach carried on growing and still Miss Vickers had no answers. She was tested for thyroid problems and diabetes, and she had tried joining several slimming groups and even took slimming tablets to try and lose the extra weight. She said: 'I was becoming more and more self conscious about it. I was shopping for clothes one day and the shop assistant asked me when my twins were due. It was mortifying. 'A friend invited me on holiday to Dubai with her in August last year, and I was so embarrassed of showing my bump in a swimming costume. But the morning before she was due to fly, Miss Vickers awoke with stabbing pains in her stomach and had to get an emergency appointment at the doctors. DM