Endometriosis Cyst Examination Lab Results?
on 10 yesterday I underwent surgery to remove the cyst and the lab results were filled in a plastic container. 1 cyst tissue has been split without content, 9cm in diameter, smooth outer surface, on the slice is a solitary cyst 0.5-1cm thick wall, brown inner surface is not looks papilled or solid nodules, in the process of partial block I-II of the cyst wall, the preparations of the ovarian cyst wall in the form of thin connective tissue with the inner surface covered with a layer of benign cuboidal epithelial cells and brown hemosiderophage cell groups, no signs of malignancy, what do you mean?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Cysts are water-filled sacs that can be in any part of the body. Some cysts are completely filled with fluid, some are partly solid. Not all cysts are known for their appearance, and some even cause no symptoms at all and can go away on their own without any treatment, even though the portions are very small. While endometriosis is a condition for the growth of uterine lining tissue outside the uterine cavity. This can cause women to feel excruciating menstrual pain and heavy menstrual bleeding. This condition is also uncertain, but it is believed to be related to hormones.
Regarding your results, they represent a range of relatively normal and harmless information, and are concluded with the final impression that malignancy does not appear. So you don't need to worry because based on this examination, there is no tendency towards cancer or conditions that endanger your life. And with the cyst removed, the problem should be resolved. But you still need to confirm it again with the doctor who has treated you so far, because this information needs to be combined with other examinations such as a medical history and physical examination, so that the most appropriate one to convey the news is actually your doctor.
Meanwhile, you just need to maintain a healthy lifestyle by avoiding stress, drinking lots of water, regular exercise, eating vegetables and fruits and getting enough rest. So, hopefully it answers your question.