Is The Diagnosis Of Subserosal Type Myoma Dangerous?
Hello Fitriramlan, Thank you for the question.
Myoma / myoma is the growth of uterine muscle cells that are not normal in or around the uterus that is not malignant. Symptoms experienced by sufferers are:
pain during menstruation or excessive menstrual pain in the abdomen or lower back pain during intercourse often urinating miscarriage or problems in pregnancy Myoma consists of several types; Subserous myoma is the growth of muscle cells outside the uterus toward the pelvic cavity. The cause of myoma is not known with certainty but is estimated by high levels of estrogen in the body. After menopause, myoma size will usually shrink due to a decrease in estrogen levels. Treatment will be given by a doctor if this myoma causes certain symptoms for you. If the patient has no symptoms, usually no further treatment is needed. Treatment given by doctors is usually in the form of oral contraceptives (birth control pills), installation of hormonal IUDs, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, progesterone, hormone therapy, ulipristal. If the symptoms appear severe enough, the doctor may recommend surgical removal of the myoma.
Please consult with your obstetrician and gynecologist with the results of the examination. The doctor will determine further treatment according to your condition.
Hopefully this information is useful.