Causes Small Bumps In The Uterus?
Let me introduce myself, I’m Fitria at the age of 20 (not married). I often spots even though I don’t menstruate, every period must be painful at the beginning of my period (day 1 – day 3 when menstruation), and sometimes itching. I was examined at the hospital, and it turned out there was a lump the size of soybean in my womb. What causes the appearance of the lump? And do I have to be operated on to remove the lump?
Hello Fitra, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Lumps in the uterus are very common in daily practice. These lumps can be benign or malignant. Most lumps in the female reproductive organs are caused due to hormonal imbalances in women. Unhealthy lifestyles also cause this.
Some possibilities that occur to you with complaints of lumps in the female reproductive organs are:
Myoma Uteri. - Abnormal tissue that grows in the uterus, usually caused by instability / changes in the hormone estrogen during menstruation, and pregnancy. Complaints and symptoms appear depending on the size of the myoma itself, common symptoms are heavy menstrual bleeding, spots without pregnancy, etc. Uterine polyps - stemmed tissue that the body in the uterus. Usually benign, but some of them can turn into malignancy. Symptoms are similar to other diseases such as menstrual disorders, such as hadi pain, heavy menstrual bleeding, bleeding / spots outside the menstrual cycle, etc. Endometrial hyperplasia - thickening of the uterine wall. Usually because the hormone estrogen is higher than progesterone. Endometriosis cysts - uterine tissue that grows outside the uterus, such as in the ovaries, tubes, etc. Ovarian Cyst. - Pockets of tissue containing fluid that is in the ovaries, complaints that arise are not specific but tend to be difficult to have offspring. You don't need to panic about this, right now do what your obstetrician suggests to you. Some treatment methods are considered effective in handling some of these cases. Routinely control your obstetrician to monitor the course of your illness. In some cases the disorder can disappear by itself.
Currently all you can do is:
Evaluate the abnormalities that occur to you regularly, to the obstetrician. Avoid unhealthy patterns of smoking such as smoking, alcohol consumption, etc. Do not do massage / massage on the part of your pubis where the uterus is located, it is feared it can cause rupture and bleeding. So many answers from me, hopefully answering.
Thank you very much :)