Irregular Menstruation In Patients With Ovarian Cysts?
Good afternoon, doctor, I want to ask June 2018 I checked the doctor because I didn’t menstruate. It turned out that I had a cyst in both uterus which the doctor said did not need surgery because the size was still very small. Then I was given progynova for 5 days then my period. After a week of stopping I was again asked to take cycloprogynova for 3 months in a row to regulate menstruation. Until December my period is regular every 28 days. But in January 2019 I did not menstruate and then menstruated again on February 23, then stopped and on the 25th there were black spots for a week, then blood clots came out for 2 weeks and until now there is still red blood with a small frequency, coming out a lot when there is heavy movement. What do you think, doctor? I wanted to get pregnant soon because I was 30 years old and had been married for 1.5 years but had not been blessed with a child. Thank you
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Normally, women have one uterus and two ovaries. Do you mean that cysts in both uterus are cysts in both ovaries?
The ovary is an organ that functions to release eggs every month in accordance with the menstrual cycle. In this organ, cysts can be formed which are sacs filled with fluid and thin-walled. There are 2 main types of ovarian cysts, namely functional cysts and pathological cysts. Functional cysts are harmless cysts and are the most common type of cyst. A small number of pathological cysts, such as dermoid cysts, adenoma cysts, and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).
If the cyst is less than 6 cm in size, surgery is not usually necessary. Cysts may only be observed periodically through an ultrasound examination or given hormonal pills. This hormonal pill can reduce the risk of new cysts appearing. Menstrual irregularities and fertility disorders may be influenced by cysts. We advise you to consult further with your obstetrician and gynecologist who treats you to plan a pregnancy program as part of your cyst therapy.
In addition, you are advised to lose weight to the normal range. Research shows that weight loss can improve fertility in patients with cysts, including those caused by PCOS.
To enrich insight, you can read articles about ovarian cysts. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.