Early Indications That Pregnant Women Have Myoma In The Womb?
Good morning, I want to ask there are indications that we can find out if there are myoma or cysts of a pregnant woman in the early trimester stage before doing ultrasound? my goal to ask that before doing ultrasound is to prepare mentally, thank you
Hello, Thank you for the question.
To estimate someone having an myoma or ovarian cyst is usually based on the symptoms they are experiencing. However, the presence or absence of symptoms can not be used as a benchmark because there are also women who experience myoma or ovarian cysts but do not experience any symptoms. Therefore, to ensure that further examination is needed, namely USG.
Myoma or uterine fibroids are benign growths of tumors in the uterus that can occur inside the uterine wall or on the outside of the uterus. Myoma symptoms that occur in sufferers depend on the size of the myoma, location, and number of myomas. In general, myoma does not cause symptoms but if it appears, the symptoms that can occur are excessive menstrual bleeding, lower abdominal pain, and frequent urination. In pregnant women, the size of the uterus can be enlarged more than the size it should be according to gestational age.
Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs found in the ovaries / ovaries. Ovarian cysts can be divided into functional cysts (a part of the menstrual cycle) and pathological cysts (formed from abnormal cell growth). Most ovarian cysts are small and cause no symptoms in sufferers. When symptoms appear, symptoms can include lower abdominal pain, pain during intercourse, heavy menstrual bleeding, irregular menstrual cycles, frequent urination, and difficult bowel movements. In pregnant women, symptoms of ovarian cysts can be pelvic pain, easy bloating, or abdominal pain accompanied by fever and vomiting.
Please consult further with your obstetrician. The doctor will ask further about the symptoms you are experiencing and then examine you, including an ultrasound examination. The doctor will determine further treatment in accordance with the results of the examination.
Hopefully this information is useful.