Effects Of Ovarian Cysts On Female Fertility?
the results of my lab examination mention there are cysts of right adnexa diameter of 1.1 and 1.4 cm in right adnexa, what does that mean? How do I anticipate it? R n r nIn addition, it is also stated that there are amorphous urate crystals in urine, can you explain? R n r nDo both affect my fertility? R n r nThank you
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The word cystic comes from cyst which means the tissue forms a fluid-filled sac. Adnexa refers to the location of the cyst, which is in the tissue around the uterus, it can be in the ovary (ovary) or fallopian tube (the channel that connects the uterus and ovary). Cysts are quite common in the ovary, so it is possible that the cyst in question is located in the ovary. The size of the cyst is not quite large.
There are several types of ovarian cysts. There are functional cysts, namely benign ovarian cysts formed by the ovulation process, referred to as follicular cysts and luteal cysts. This type of cyst is not dangerous because it can disappear by itself and does not cause fertility problems. Unless the cyst is large enough> 4 cm, surgery may be recommended.
Other types of ovarian cysts such as endometrioma, dermoid cysts, cystadenomas. There is also a type of polycystic ovarian in which there are many small cysts in the ovary which if not handled properly will cause fertility problems due to the absence of mature eggs that are released. This type of endometrioma can also cause fertility disorders and usually requires surgery.
Further assessment is needed by the obstetrician to assess whether the cyst is classified as functional or non-functional. Surgery is generally needed in cases of large size, disturbing fertility, severe symptoms, and suspicion of malignancy. Therefore do consultations again with the treating doctor.
Uric acid is a protein breakdown product that is concentrated in the kidneys and excreted in urine to produce a crystal structure.
Urine crystals can be found in normal people without abnormalities in the urinary tract, but often also found in patients with uric acid stones in the urinary tract. This condition is not directly related to fertility disorders in women.
The diagnosis can be confirmed through existing symptoms and additional examinations such as urinary tract ultrasound or urinary tract contrast X-ray. Also consult again about the results of the examination especially if you experience symptoms related to the urinary tract.
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