Food Abstinence After A Broken Endometriosis Surgery?
Hello Doctor, I am 29 years old .. I have an Endometriosis Cyst that broke out so that 9hrs ago I was operated on … I heard from all my friends that I cannot eat undercooked meat, Bakar2an, all junk food and fast food and MSG … however when checking up again to the doctor who operated on me to remove the bandage I asked if there were dietary restrictions ?? my dojter said there was no restriction for endometriosis cysts because the growth would be from Dr. Hormone. But I have been searching too many dietary restrictions for sufferers of Endometriosis Cysts. Please enlighten me from the doctor for my question … Thank you …
Hello Meli, thank you for asking.
Endometriosis is a condition in which the growth of uterine mucosal tissue outside the uterus. Tissues can grow on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, intestines, even the rectum. The most common symptom is severe pain in the lower abdomen and pelvis during menstruation, and can be accompanied by large amounts of menstrual blood. The cause to date cannot be explained with certainty, although it is true that the condition of hormonal imbalance can aggravate this condition.
Medically, there is no taboo on endometriosis. What is meant by ordinary people as 'dietary restrictions' in the form of avoiding preserved food, is a taboo for people in general. This means that it is generally recommended that a person avoid eating as much food as possible preservatives or fast food, even if the person does not suffer from any illness. This is because food preservatives are suspected to increase the risk of cancer, benign tumors, or other medical disorders such as diabetes and hypertension. So, with or without endometriosis, one should indeed avoid junk food.
Called no dietary restrictions, meaning that as long as you eat food without preservatives, balanced nutrition intake, not excessive levels of sugar and salt, then you are allowed to eat various types of food. You can still eat carbohydrates, protein, fat, and fibrous foods, with any type as long as the amount is balanced and not accompanied by an allergic reaction. Hopefully this explanation can be understood and useful for you. Regards.