Hormone Therapy To Facilitate The Menstrual Cycle?
morning, I’m a 19-year-old woman. The last 3 months I went to an obstetrician because my menstruation is not normal (many continue for a long time). time on normal ultrasound. it’s just that there’s a lot of blood in the uterus. I hormone treatment until the doctor says it’s enough (completely). this time the treatment was given cyclo medicine. In March I was released by the doctor. when therapy, I have my period right sometimes on 2/3. But in April this is the 4th I haven’t menstruated. why is that? or is it like this?
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Ovarian cysts are benign tumors in the ovaries that contain fluid. These ovarian cysts are divided into two types, namely functional cysts and pathological cysts. Functional cysts, influenced by the process that occurs during the menstrual cycle, where interference occurs in the luteal phase and disruption of release egg cells, thus forming fluid-filled pockets. While pathological cysts, occur due to abnormal cell growth, so that it can form dermoid cysts or adenoma cysts.
patients with a history of ovarian cysts often experience comorbid complaints, such as:
1. stomach pain
2. Menstrual cycle disorders
3. more menstrual blood
4. pain during sex
5. back pain
6. CHAPTER or urinating complaints
7. difficult pregnancy
In general, ovarian cysts can go away on their own, but if the size of the cyst increases or causes a disturbing complaint, further treatment with surgery can be considered.
In connection with your question, the presence of many and long menstrual complaints may be one of the accompanying complaints of patients with ovarian cysts. Impaired hormonal balance, endometriosis, or infection or pelvic inflammation can increase the risk of ovarian cysts. So maintaining the balance of the female hormonal system is expected to help control the menstrual cycle and control ovarian cysts. In addition, making efforts to maintain the health of the reproductive system and maintain general bodily health will help maintain the balance of the female hormonal system. Avoiding stress, exercising, avoiding late night sleep, idealizing body weight, preventing metabolic diseases (diabetes, thyroid) will help the system in the body work better.
Therefore, if this complaint recurs in the next cycle of blood, you should visit and discuss again with the doctor who treats you, so that the doctor can evaluate your current clinical condition. Thus, further treatment can be given by your obstetrician. During this treatment period, you can also evaluate your lifestyle and risk factors that might affect your complaints.
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