Lower Right Abdominal Pain When You Have An Ovarian Cyst?
Hello doc, my name is Julian, I am 20 years old, I was diagnosed with dextra ovarian cyst. Which one was shocked at the beginning. But doctors only say that this will be fine and will heal by itself as long as the lifestyle is changed and better. But what I feel is that I always have a lower right abdomen, is there no cure for it or medication? And here also anekhoik measuring 4.17 x 3.50 cm in the right ovary what does that mean? Is it still normal? And also when I have to go to the doctor, which doctor should I visit? Thanks.
Hello Yulianti, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled sac that is in the ovary. This condition is usually asymptomatic in the initial stages. However, if the cyst is large enough to cause pain or discomfort in the abdomen. The most frequent trigger for cysts is due to female hormonal instability, pregnancy, endometriosis, severe pelvic infection.
To diagnose ovarian cysts is not enough with anamnesis and physical examination by a doctor, it is necessary to have an abdominal ultrasound examination to determine the abnormality, size, and location. Responding to the results of your ultrasound there are anekhoik / cystic / hollow masses / tumors, and well-defined, with a size of 4 x 3.5 cm.
Treatment for ovarian cysts depends on the patient's age, type or size of the cyst. If the size of a small cyst should be monitoring periodically only to see the development of the cyst, because it is not uncommon for ovarian cysts to warm up by themselves. Ovarian cyst surgery is usually done on women who already have offspring, because the risk of ovairum will also be removed. Besides the size of the cyst must be really big.
Complications that may occur in ovarian cysts are torsion ovaries, cyst rupture causing bleeding, menstrual disorders, etc.
Right now what you can do is:
Perform routine and periodic cyst monitoring to an obstetrician.
Get enough rest, and avoid excessive stress because it can trigger hormonal instability.
Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption.
Immediately visit a doctor if you experience severe pain / bleeding.
That's all the answers I give thank you very much :)