Handling Of Ovarian Cysts?
Good morning, my sister has an ovarian cyst, her stomach feels painful, and has been going back and forth to the hospital almost every day in the rongen and ultrasound, how is it dangerous or not, then how is the treatment, even though I have asked permission to be treated but the hospital Trimaksih always sent home
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If a complaint is felt in the form of frequent abdominal pain and the obstetrician has established a diagnosis of ovarian cysts, then in general these ovarian cysts are a condition that is often encountered because as part of the menstrual cycle experienced by your sister. Ovarian cysts that occur following the menstrual cycle are also called functional ovarian cysts.
In patients with functional ovarian cysts, they often experience complaints of menstrual disorders, abdominal or low back pain, excessive bleeding, complaints of urinating, complaints during intercourse, sometimes difficult to conceive. These cysts often do not cause comorbid complaints and can disappear on their own, however, if the size of the cyst does not shrink or its size gets bigger and causes complaints of space urging on the surrounding organs, then surgery can be considered.
Whereas other types of ovarian cysts are pathological ovarian cysts, such as adenoma cysts and dermoid cysts. These two types of atological cysts can occur due to abnormal cell growth, so that they develop into cysts. So as to find out the danger or not of your sister's ovarian cyst, then
Because functional cysts can disappear well, and complaints will decrease over time, patients with ovarian cysts are indeed not treated unless there is massive bleeding or a surgical plan of action. At this time, what your younger sibling can do is:
1. routine control according to doctor's advice to evaluate the size of the cyst and its risk of complications
2. avoid physical fatigue
3. strive for ideal body weight
4. do regular exercise
5. consume drugs given by doctors
So, what your sister does to go back and forth to the hospital is a natural thing to consult with the doctor who treats your sister. However, in addition to this effort, independent business should also be done to maintain general health.
If your sister still often feels pain complaints with the care and treatment that has been obtained, but these complaints are still permanent or even more disturbing, then further treatment should be given based on the evaluation results of the obstetrician who treats your sister.
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