Effect Of Ovarian Cystadenoma On Female Fertility?
last August I finished my ovarian serosum cystadenoma surgery. What is a cyst? Then whether I can still get pregnant. Yesterday I was from an obstetrician and I was advised to take the pill kb therapy. Tu because I’m not married. Please answer, thank you
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Cysts are the medical language for fluid-filled sacs. Ovarian cystadenoma is a fluid-filled sac found in a woman's egg bladder. There are two types of kistadenoma, namely serous kistadenoma which contains clear and watery fluid, and kistadenoma mucinosa which contains sticky fluid.
Whether or not you can get pregnant in this condition is related to the size of the cyst. Small cyst sizes, based on literature, generally do not result in infertility. But at a large size, of course this will affect the egg bladder in production, maturation, and the release of eggs from the egg bladder, so that it has the potential for infertility.
If the cyst has been removed, the chances of getting pregnant will be even greater, but this also depends on the size of the previous cyst and the presence or absence of permanent egg damage as a complication of pushing the cyst before surgery, or due to the surgical removal of the cyst.
The most appropriate thing for you to do is discuss directly with the doctor who examined and performed your operation the other day, because he is the one who best understands the overall condition of the cystadenoma that you are experiencing. So that information about the possibility of becoming pregnant, or other things related to the kistadenoma condition that you want to know can be explained more precisely according to your condition.
To help maintain hormonal health to support fertility are:
Consume food intake that is rich in nutrients, avoid excessive diets Avoid excessive stress Get enough rest, which is 7-8 hours a day Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption Maintain the cleanliness of external female organs When you have active sex, avoid engaging in sex activities that have the risk of causing sexually transmitted diseases , like changing partners
That's all the explanation from me. May be useful