Can Women With Ovarian Cysts Still Get Pregnant?
In the morning I wanted to ask, last month I went to the doctor for an ultrasound pass on the USG, it turned out that I had a 3cm cyst, was it dangerous or not? R nCould it be possible to get pregnant?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Cysts are fluid-filled sacs, which can be located anywhere in the growth. In women, among the most common are ovarian cysts or ovarian cysts. This condition is common in women, and does not always cause symptoms. The majority of cysts are found accidentally when women undergo routine checks related to reproductive health or pregnancy. Even if there are symptoms, they are usually non-specific and include frequent urination, painful bowel movements, flatulence, pelvic pain associated with menstruation, nausea, vomiting or breast pain and changes in the menstrual cycle.
Regarding your question, whether it is dangerous or not can not be known only by size. There are various types of cysts, ranging from those that go away on their own to those that can develop into cancer. But as we said earlier, the majority are harmless. Among the harmless cysts are usually associated with the menstrual cycle and the hormones in your body such as estrogen and progesterone. A dangerous cyst grows quickly, causes obvious symptoms, and on investigation has the potential to block blood flow or the tube in the uterus.
So that the possibility of getting pregnant also varies. If the cyst is common, usually the chances of getting pregnant have no effect. But a cyst that has ruptured, is causing inflammation or adhesions, is large enough to block an egg, or has other complications, may be affected.
Therefore, the one who can best answer your question is the obstetrician who will examine you directly. He can tell if it's a common cyst or if you need to worry about it. If further action is needed, then you should have been informed about the management planning and not just let it go. Our advice, if you still feel that you have not received an explanation about your cyst, you have the right to ask your obstetrician again about your condition, whether you need to worry about it or not, and it needs to be treated immediately or not.
Meanwhile, avoid using drugs or other alternatives that are not based on doctor's recommendations, do not self-medicate, and keep a healthy life by consuming high nutritious foods, avoiding cigarettes and alcohol, getting adequate rest and regular exercise. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa