Abstinence For Sufferers Of Ovarian Cysts?
Good afternoon, I’m a 28-year-old woman, 2 months ago I didn’t get my period and after I was examined by a gynecologist, I found a 3cm cyst … but I wasn’t given obt cysts. also come menstruation ,, what do you think the doctor is like ?? and whether cyst sufferers can drink juice sold in supermarkets for example such as buavita, and is juice sold in stores if consumed can worsen cysts ?? Please explain, Trimaksih!
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There are many types of cysts that can afflict women. If this cyst is located in the reproductive organs and makes you not menstruate for a long time, chances are the cyst you are experiencing is an ovarian cyst. This condition can occur when the egg in the ovary fails to mature properly, but instead it fills with fluid to form a cyst.
Management of ovarian cysts can be done in several ways, depending on the size of the cyst and also the symptoms that result. The size of a small cyst, which is less than 3 cm, is generally not directly handled by administering drugs or other medical measures. Your doctor will prioritize lifestyle modifications along with the administration of several types of drugs (including hormonal drugs as you are taking them), with the aim that the cyst will shrink by itself.
Therefore, you should live the doctor's treatment as recommended, yes .. So that the size of the cyst does not continue to enlarge, and menstruation also runs more smoothly, you are also advised to do the following tips:
Expand to eat foods rich in antioxidants, including fruits and vegetables - these fruits and vegetables can also be consumed in the form of juice, so there is no specific prohibition for you to consume fruit or vegetable juices as you mentioned, but this is good for inhibiting enlargement your cyst
Don't over consume instant foods and have preservatives
Drink more water
Exercise more diligently, while keeping your ideal weight
Do not consume drugs carelessly
Don't stress too much
However, if after optimally undergoing treatment and taking the steps above, your periods remain irregular, we recommend that you check yourself back at the obstetrician so that you can treat them further.
I hope this helps.