How To Get Pregnant In Patients With Ovarian Cysts?
I have been married to my husband for 5 months, but when I came in the month my stomach was very painful then my husband and I did an ultrasound at the gynecologist and when I was examined in my uterus there was a cyst but the doctor said that my cyst was still small and then I was given medicine lanturol 200 and folda. Can my cyst disappear? I checked using tspk but the results are still negative. How can I get pregnant quickly.
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Do you mean that the cyst is an ovarian cyst? Basically ovarian cysts are quite often found in women of reproductive age and are generally harmless. Simple ovarian cysts will generally disappear by themselves without the need for any treatment and do not have the potential to become malignant and generally do not interfere with fertility. Sometimes the presence of cysts in the ovary can cause pain or discomfort in the abdomen, and can cause pain during menstruation or pain during sexual intercourse. Usually the doctor will only suggest a repeat examination in the next few months to monitor whether the cyst is shrinking on its own or has disappeared on its own, and as long as it does not multiply, does not enlarge, and does not indicate the potential to turn into malignancy, doctors generally will not recommend doing certain therapies .
Lanturol itself is actually just a supplement that contains vitamin E. This vitamin is given more for the purpose of your pregnancy program than to treat your cyst. Vitamin E is an antioxidant and several studies have shown the benefits of vitamin E to help increase fertility (both for women and men). To help increase your chances of getting pregnant, you can try to have sexual intercourse routinely every 2-3 days, or if not possible, try to have sex more often in your fertile period. Make sure you and your partner also avoid risk factors that interfere with fertility such as smoking, drinking excessive alcohol, excessive heat exposure in the testicular area (for your partner), exposure to certain chemicals or radiation (if you or your partner are working in certain factories). To be able to find out exactly when your fertile period, you can try reading the following article on how to find out the fertile period of women.
If it's been a year or more you and your partner try to get pregnant and have not been successful, try to consult again to the obstetrician (you and your partner too) for a fertility check. If needed, your obstetrician will advise your partner to see an andrologist for further male fertility checks.
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