Are Uteric Myomas And Fatty Liver Harmful?
want to ask, what is myoma uteri and fatty liver? no danger huh? does it have to be operated on or not? thank you very much
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Myoma uteri is the growth of abnormal muscle cells that form tumors in the uterine wall. This can be caused by high estrogen levels which can be related to weight factors (obesity), genetic (myoma's sister or sister), quickly getting the first menstruation, alcohol consumption and red meat. This myoma can appear without any symptoms, or cause complaints in the form of irregular menstrual cycles, abdominal pain, enlarged abdomen, pain during menstruation, pain during sexual intercourse, frequent urination, constipation, and miscarriage. Basically, the myoma does not cause complaints, which means it does not require immediate treatment because after menopause, the myoma will shrink by itself. But in people who have been disturbed by complaints of the myoma, usually the main treatment will be carried out myoma removal surgery or other procedures in accordance with the advice of the doctor. If you have the signs above, I suggest you to consult a specialist obstetric and gynecologist for a thorough examination, and additional examinations such as gynecological ultrasound if necessary.
Fatty liver is fatty liver that can be caused by alcohol consumption, liver infection, medications, drastic and rapid weight loss, poor diet, insulin resistance, and pregnancy. Fatty liver often has no symptoms or complaints at a mild stage . Symptoms and signs of fatty liver can be enlarged liver, feeling tired quickly, decreased body weight, decreased appetite, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, blood vessels such as spiders in the abdomen (spider nevi), yellow skin and eyes (jaundice), itching, fluid buildup and swelling in the legs (edema) and stomach (ascites).
I suggest you to see a specialist in internal medicine if you get signs and symptoms as above, so that you can do a thorough examination, physical examination such as palpation of the stomach, and additional examinations if necessary such as blood tests for hepatitis, liver function, and radiological examination Stomach ultrasound.
As for the things you can do right now are:
- Exercise regularly
- Lose weight to optimal body weight but not too fast (the target should not go down more than 1.6 kg per week because it can increase the accumulation of fat in the liver)
- Do not smoke and do not consume alcohol
- Eat healthy foods, multiply fruits and vegetables, and avoid consumption of red meat or other fatty foods
- Enough rest
- Avoid stress
If you get the following sign, immediately check yourself at the nearest health facility:
- Excessive vaginal bleeding continuously outside the menstrual cycle
- Conditions are increasingly weak
- The stomach gets bigger, and the legs become swollen
- The skin and eyes are getting yellow
- decreased consciousness
- Great vomiting
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.