Are Ovarian Cysts Dangerous?
Hello, I want to ask. During my period with normal time, but for 1 year I had a period that came out called a fluid-filled cyst, and the discharge at the end of my period, was that dangerous? Thank you.
Previously, you need to make sure what you mean by the membrane that comes out at the end of your period. Do you mean there is mucus at the end of menstruation, there are lumps that come out, blood clots, or what?
Cyst is a mass in the form of a bag filled with fluid. Cysts can grow anywhere, but maybe what you mean is an ovarian cyst. Ovarian cysts are cysts that grow in the ovaries. Symptoms usually appear when the size is large enough in the form of discomfort in the stomach, pain during sexual intercourse, disruption of the menstrual cycle, and digestive disorders. However, cysts generally do not just come out through the vagina.
To ensure your condition, I suggest that you see a gynecologist directly, yes. The doctor will conduct further tests if necessary by ultrasound, blood tests, and pap smears. Furthermore, treatment will be given according to the results of your inspection.
In the meantime you should maintain vaginal hygiene, change pads regularly, try to record your menstruation so that it can be seen if there are changes in the menstrual cycle, adequate rest, regular exercise, and get used to a healthy lifestyle to facilitate menstruation yes.
Hope it helps you,