How To Deal With Pain While Waiting For The Results Of Blood Tests Due To Ovarian Cysts?
Good evening, doctor. My name is Indie, 22 years old, she hasn’t been married yet. 2 days ago I was diagnosed with an endometrial ovarian cyst of 8cm and had to be operated on. Then the doctor suggested a blood test to find out whether the cyst was malignant or not. The blood test just came out one week. I want to ask, I feel very painful in my pelvis and I also have a fever. But doctors only recommend taking painkillers. After the effects of the medicine ran out, I had a fever again and my pelvis remained ill. What should I do? Thank you.
Good evening, thanks for the question
Endometriosis cysts are cysts that form when endometrial tissue grows in the ovaries. This type of cyst contains a large fluid that forms in the ovaries. Symptoms of endometriosis cyst include:
1. Pelvic pain
2. Menstrual pain
4. Pain during sex
Endometriosis is very typical with mild to severe chronic pelvic pain that requires treatment to relieve pain as a temporary therapy.
Surgery can be done if the administration of drug therapy to deal with pain complaints gives unsatisfactory results. Surgeons also generally consider surgical therapy better than long-term drug therapy because of its long-term effects. With surgical therapy there is a pain reduction of 50-95% although there is still a risk of recurrence of symptoms.
At present the best option may be surgery only in addition to the treatment of pain with a stronger potential on the recommendation of a doctor to reduce pain symptoms. We recommend that you consult again with your treating doctor for further treatment plans.
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