Do Cysts Affect Pregnancy?
Good night, doctor. I am Mrs. Riva, from Pontianak. Want to ask, 2 months ago I checked with the obstetrician. And after ultrasound, there is a cyst of 3 cm. Then I was given 2 types of medicine, I forgot the name of the medicine. I was also advised to diet. I weighed before marriage, 50 kg and now 59 kg. I have been late for 3 weeks. The first week of being late, I had brownish blood stains. But I let it, The second week I just tested the test, the results were negative. And the third week I check again, the results are also negative ,. What I want to ask,: 1. Does the cyst affect me to get pregnant? 2. Why can brownish blood spots occur? 3. What is the cause I am 3 weeks late, but the test pack is negative ,. Thank you in advance
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Ovarian cysts have various types. Cysts found in women of reproductive age are usually functional cysts, cysts that appear when ovulation occurs. Cysts of this type generally do not cause any symptoms, are harmless, and do not interfere with female fertility. Functional cysts also generally do not require any therapy and can shrink and disappear on their own within a few months. Other types of cysts that can be found are non-functional cysts, such as dermoid rhymes, cystadenomas, and endometriomas. This type of cyst requires therapy because it will not go away on its own. Non-functional cysts can cause various symptoms such as abdominal pain, fullness in the stomach, fertility disorders, and can also cause disruption of the menstrual cycle (including the appearance of spots between menstrual cycles). You should ask your obstetrician further regarding the type of cyst you have and the management plan.
Menstruation is not always caused by pregnancy. The following are some other causes of late menstruation:
underweight or overweight
excessive weight gain or increase
the use of certain drugs including hormonal contraception
hormonal disorders due to certain diseases such as diabetes, PCOS, Celiac disease, thyroid hormone disorders, etc.
It's best to follow your obstetrician's advice to lose weight first. Make sure you lose weight in a healthy way and slowly decrease it (0.5-1 kg per week). Keep eating nutritious food that is complete, drinking enough, getting enough exercise (at least 30 minutes a day), getting enough sleep and rest, and also reducing stress.
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