Is It True That Cysts Can Come Out During Childbirth?
when I gave birth to the midwife said my cyst disease came out with her baby. Does that mean I’m cured? Can you get pregnant again? thank you
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what cyst do you mean?
In general, a cyst refers to a benign growth in the form of a fluid-filled sac within it. Although most are benign, some cysts are also potentially malignant if not treated properly. There are many types of cysts that can occur in women, for example Barthonlin cysts, follicular cysts, corpus luteum cysts, cystadenomas, endometriosis cysts, epidermoid cysts, dermoid cysts, sebaceous cysts, and so on. Each of these cysts can certainly require a different treatment.
In general, it is not appropriate to mention that cysts can come out together with the baby during labor. However, some types of cysts are known to shrink by themselves after delivery and after menstruation, so there is no need to worry about it and do not need to be treated further, for example cystafollicular and corpus luteum cysts.
Not all cysts are dangerous and not all can also reduce your potential to get pregnant. However, some cysts, in addition to developing into a malignancy, are also known to make pregnancy more difficult, such as endometriosis cysts. Without knowing what type of cyst you are referring to, of course it is also difficult for us to determine exactly what your current condition is, whether it is completely healed or not, and whether you can get pregnant again or not.
Therefore, it is better for you to check yourself directly to the experts, which are doctors or obstetricians.
I hope this helps.