Abstinence Of Medicine For Sufferers Of Ovarian Cysts?
My doctor wants to ask, is there a type of drug that should not or should not be consumed by ovarian cyst sufferers?
Ovarian cysts are abnormal sacs that contain fluid or semisolid which form in the ovaries. Symptoms that can be experienced by ovarian cyst patients are:
Pain or discomfort in the lower abdomen
Pain during intercourse
Severe abdominal pain (if the cyst ruptures or is twisted)
Indigestion (if the size of the cyst is large)
Lumps in the abdomen (if the size of the cyst is very large)
The diagnosis of ovarian cysts is based on investigations of transvaginal ultrasonography and histopathological examination of cystic tissue. Patients with simple cysts generally do not need special therapy. However, if the size of the cyst is large or causes severe complaints in patients, the therapy given is in the form of:
Pharmacological therapy - hormonal drugs, birth control pills to reduce complaints due to ovarian cysts
Laparatomy, laparoscopy - surgery to remove a cyst
Oophorectomy - surgery to remove the ovaries that form cysts
Ovarian cysts are contraindicated when administering the following types of drugs:
Clomiphene - drug for ovulation stimulation
Ulipristal acetate - therapy for uterine myoma / uterine fibroids
Take regular control with an obstetrician to evaluate the size of the cyst and determine the right treatment plan for your case. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.