Irregular Menstruation Even Though There Are No Cysts During Ultrasound?
I want to ask .. my menstrual cycle is not always smooth … 2 years ago I was examined by a gynecologist and it was manifested that I had a cyst … and in July 2018 kmarin … I went back for treatment but to a different doctor and a different hospital … and the results of the ultrasound of the cyst have disappeared … but my menstrual period has not been interrupted as before knowing that I had a cyst … now I have my period every 2 months or 4 months … and yesterday I drank primolut for 5 days. I drink once a day … and on my 6th day after a 7 month period I don’t menstruate … is that a gimna?
Hello Meli, thank you for asking.
Disorders of the menstrual cycle are actually disorders that are often complained of by most women. Forms of menstrual disorders can be in the form of long menstrual cycles or just too short, bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, and changes in the duration of menstruation. Various conditions may underlie menstrual disorders. Ovarian cysts may indeed cause menstrual disorders, but there are still other causes. Ovarian cysts themselves can be divided into functional and non functional. Functional cysts can generally disappear on their own, as long as they are not large in size and there are not many.
Other causes that may cause menstrual disorders are:
Imbalance of reproductive hormones. In some people, this condition lasts monthly or yearly so it requires periodic control to the obstetrician. Imbalance of hormones other than reproductive hormones. Changes in eating patterns, for example in people who undergo a strict diet. Significant weight changes, for example in obese people or underweight people. Psychic stress. The effect of certain drugs. Other accompanying disease conditions. You should exercise routine control of the obstetrician. This problem generally requires repeated therapy, it cannot be finished with only occasional treatment. The doctor may need to do regular monitoring with ultrasound, or check hormone levels. Determine one doctor you trust, take regular control, and try not to change doctors so that your history is recorded properly.
Thus our explanation, hopefully you are helped. Regards.