Can Cysts Heal And Disappear On Their Own?
Malem … I just had a miscarriage, n on a curette 5 days ago … and it turns out that my obstetrician, I have a lump of a cyst the size of 4cm just below the uterus, I want to ask if the cyst can be cured and disappear? And can I get pregnant again? Please answer the explanation n, thanks
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. A cyst is a sac that can contain fluid, gas, or other semisolid material that forms in any part of the body, including the uterus and ovaries or ovaries. Most cysts are harmless, do not interfere with fertility and can even go away on their own.
In your case, a cyst at the bottom of your uterus can mean a number of things, but if your obstetrician does not plan further treatment, it is most likely because it is a harmless cyst. This is quite natural to happen, where someone realized that he had a cyst or myoma precisely when doing other actions and examinations, because so far there were no symptoms that he felt.
This is also a sign that the cyst is not dangerous, because there are definitely dangerous symptoms, such as unbearable pain, abdominal cramps, enlarged abdomen for no apparent reason, difficulty in having children, irregular menstruation, bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, and etcetera. We understand you have just had a miscarriage, but a miscarriage can be caused by various other factors and it is difficult to have a child as referred to here is more difficult to get pregnant itself, not difficult in the sense of already pregnant then a miscarriage.
So once again if your obstetrician doesn't plan anything to treat the cyst after learning of its presence, you don't need to worry. There is no specific thing you need to do and just maintain a healthy lifestyle. Eat regularly, exercise regularly, get enough rest, multiply the consumption of fruits and vegetables, and avoid cigarette smoke, dust, and pollution.
If you are still worried and doubtful, you can check yourself with another obstetrician to get a second opinion. No need to hesitate because this is your right. But if the second obstetrician also says the same thing, it means that it is. So, hopefully answering your question.