Explanation Of Ovarian Cyst Syndrome?
Hello I am Tiany, I am 19 years old, I am a semester 3 student, so from the first time I had menstruation, it started not going smoothly, but when I was in 3rd grade of junior high school I had never been in 6 months, then now I have had early men in October until this early semester. I haven’t had menstruation anymore, this week I have been taking medicine so that mens (M capsules) but still not mens too, I’m worried, especially again my friend has a creamy link from ytb about PCOS disease I am increasingly worried that I won’t get PCOS because explanation for some of the articles that I read, I felt that I felt myself, like menses, and it said there were male hormones that were more like growing beards, I was more worried in my chin that there were some hair like beards, and spotty too heal-healed. in 1 year I get regular menstrual period at least 3 times. that’s the explanation, how do I make it worry and scared later after I get married I’m barren. thank you
Good evening Tiany, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. PCOS or ovarian cyst syndrome is a condition where there is tissue growth in the ovaries, where this condition causes a series of symptoms including those you mentioned, irregular menstruation, fine hair growth, and ultimately, infertility.
However, it is also important to understand that the diagnosis of PCOS is based on investigations, such as ultrasound. So the obstetrician uses a certain tool to look into the area of your ovaries and look for whether there is a cyst or not. If there isn't, then even though the symptoms are very similar, you might not be diagnosed with PCOS, but thyroid hormone abnormalities, or female hormonal disorders for other reasons. In addition, if we talk about the symptoms that you experience as separate symptoms, in fact it can happen. It could be that non-smooth menstruation has nothing to do with fine hair and pimples that grow on you. Could not menstruate because of excess weight, grow fine hair due to genetic factors that are not dangerous, and acne due to exposure to pollution. All that is possible.
That is why, we suggest to consult a doctor, precisely to an obstetrician, because the symptoms that are most concerned about are the realm of obstetricians. Later you will be digging history, physical examination and support such as ultrasound to find out trends in symptoms, and determine the best treatment for you. Meanwhile, live a healthy lifestyle, maintain ideal body weight, avoid smoking, regular exercise, and manage stress well. So, hopefully answering your question.