Handling Of Ovarian Cysts In Pregnancy?
I want to ask, a 3cm size cyst in a young pregnancy The first semester is dangerous, if yes, how do I deal with it … but if you often vomit and urinate frequently
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A cyst is a medical condition in the form of a fluid-filled pouch that can be inside a particular body or organ. Cysts can also occur in female reproductive organs such as in the ovaries. Ovarian cysts can cause several symptoms that need attention, such as bleeding from the birth canal, changes in the menstrual cycle, pain in the pelvic area, nausea, vomiting, pain in the breast, abdominal bloating, pain during intercourse. Handling of ovarian cysts depends on the results of history taking, physical examination, and supporting examinations which help obstetricians to determine the location of ovarian cysts, ovarian cyst size, and treatment modalities that can be used, including observation, surgery, or consumption of birth control pills.
In the first trimester, hormonal changes occur from the condition before pregnancy to pregnancy, causing nausea and vomiting that can interfere with the nutritional intake of pregnant women. In conditions of excessive vomiting can cause dehydration and electrolyte imbalance, in some cases inpatient care is needed because patients cannot consume food and nutrients need to be given through intravenous access. This condition is called hyperemesis gravidarum.
It is advisable to consult an obstetrician regarding further examination and management. The condition of ovarian cysts in early pregnancy needs to get more attention because the conditions of pregnancy that you experience can limit the actions that can be done on you. It is not recommended to take self-medication without consulting a doctor first.
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