Management Of Cysts After Miscarriage?
good afternoon, I miscarried on 16 January 2018 6 days later I control everything safely. then on the 7th feb yesterday I felt a lower right abdominal pain, I think because of the fatigue. finally I went to the doctor and the doctor did a transvaginal ultrasound of my uterus that was clean but found a 4 cm ovarian retention cyst on the right. according to the doctor it’s normal after the curette is just a little bit big size, usually uk 2 cm and I recommended control back 3 months later. I was not given medicine only given vitamin folic acid. and I haven’t had my period after pregnancy and miscarriage yesterday.
Good evening Widya, thank you for asking on HealthReplies.com.
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Ovarian retention cyst, also known as functional ovarian cyst, is a cyst that is not dangerous, is generally related to the menstrual cycle (influenced by hormones) and can disappear by itself. Regarding its normal size, there are actually no standard figures on this, but it is advisable to listen to the opinion of the doctor who is examining you because he is more understanding about your current situation. In general, ovarian cysts will not cause interference when someone has a pregnancy, including functional cysts. However, there are certain conditions that might cause problems during pregnancy, so you should continue to exercise control for 3 months as advised by the doctor to really ascertain whether the cyst is indeed a functional cyst or not as found now and ascertain whether the cyst can interfere with your pregnancy or not. Generally a woman who has a miscarriage will experience menstruation again about 6 weeks after a miscarriage. However, basically when the time to experience menstruation again after a miscarriage varies greatly from woman to woman, because this is also influenced by your menstrual cycle and also at what age your pregnancy miscarried, therefore sometimes the time for the onset of menstruation can return faster or longer than 6 weeks depending on individual circumstances. But if you feel worried about your menstrual condition that does not arise, you can check with your obstetrician to evaluate whether you are approaching the time you will experience menstruation or not. Soursop leaves have been known for a long time to be used as an herbal treatment in cancer, because several studies have shown the specific content in these leaves that have anti-tumor effects and can help in the treatment of cancer so that they are starting to be allowed as herbal therapies in cancer. But regarding its use in the treatment of ovarian cysts, so far there have not been many studies that prove it so that there are no specific recommendations for use in the treatment of ovarian cysts. If you want to use this cooking water, you should consult with your doctor first. I hope this helps.