Mat morning, I want to ask 3 years ago, I pux the history of cysts 2cm, said the specialist doctor, how many hoses do I check? The results of the cystax have disappeared … then last week I checked the cysts to the cyst rupture content to grow again and left 3cm, did I disappear? is that a cyst that makes it difficult for me to get pregnant? I already checked my egg but everything is all right. Mhon jwabanx..trmksh
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
In fact, not all cysts are dangerous. Cysts that are less than 4 cm in size, and shrink by themselves after menstruation, are often harmless and do not interfere with fertility. However, if the size of the cyst enlarges (more than 4 cm), and causes you to experience complaints, for example in the form of abdominal or low back pain, abnormal menstrual cycles, urinary disorders, etc., you need to be more vigilant. These cysts can potentially interfere with your fertility if not handled properly.
Distinguishing cysts that are dangerous and is not enough is only done with a brief description as you submit. You need to consult directly with your doctor or obstetrician who is examining you for an ultrasound and a series of other supporting tests. In addition to the cyst, many other factors can make it difficult for you to have children, for example:
Obstruction of the fallopian tubes, for example due to pelvic inflammation or postoperative scar tissue formation Disorders of the ovaries, for example due to premature ovarian failure Hormonal disorders, for example due to abnormalities of the thyroid gland, pituitary gland Unhealthy lifestyles, such as due to smoking, consuming alcohol, obesity Patterns irregular sexual relations Disorders of your partner's fertility, for example due to varicocele, diabetes, retrograde ejaculation, and so on. It's better not to worry too much beforehand .. The doctor who checks you directly certainly better understands the best management that needs to be done according to your condition. In order to make your pregnancy planning efforts more optimal, take your partner and you to also see a doctor.
Here are some suggestions from us for you and your partner to help with pregnancy planning, as well as to suppress the growth of cysts:
Eat more foods that are rich in antioxidants, especially fruits, vegetables Reduce the habit of consuming instant and processed foods Don't overeat saturated fat foods, trans fats, cholesterol Do not consume alcohol, stay away from cigarettes Keep your ideal weight Diligently exercising 1 to 2 days Stay away from stress Get enough rest, at least 6 hours a day. Hope it helps.