Menstrual Cycles Are Irregular In History Of Cyst Surgery?
good afternoon, I want to ask about menstruation (menstruation). it’s been almost 1 year my period is always irregular and the time period is sometimes 3 weeks and even a maximum of 1 month menstruation, I have tried to check the ultrasound and consult with the doctor but the results were negative “and the doctor said this was only because of hormones. why until now my period is always so long, and I had undergone surgery for cysts, did it affect my former cyst surgery? Please answer yes to my question.
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Menstrual cycle is related to hormone regulation in the body. The hormones estrogen and progesterone produced in the reproductive organs, as well as the FSH and LH hormones from the brain are hormones that function to regulate a woman's menstrual cycle and when she is undergoing pregnancy. Normally the menstrual cycle occurs between 28 to 35 days. Whether or not the menstrual cycle is affected is influenced by various factors, including hormonal fluctuations, food consumed, physical / psychological stress, fatigue, activities undertaken, excess body weight, effects of using contraceptive pills / drugs containing hormones, polycystic ovary syndrome, etc.
Hormonal problems are the most frequent causes that can cause irregular menstrual cycles. Every woman has a different menstrual pattern. The various problems related to menstruation are not smooth, including:
Polimenorrhea: menstrual cycles less than 21 days
Oligomenorrhea: a menstrual cycle of more than 35 days
Amenorrhea: no menstruation for 3 consecutive months
Menometorrhagia: prolongation of the menstrual cycle accompanied by a large volume of menstrual blood
In addition to its association with hormones, consumption of unhealthy, unbalanced foods and poor diet also impacts on irregular menstrual cycles. In addition, psychological disorders such as stress, depression, anxiety, can also affect hormonal regulation. A previous history of cyst surgery may be related or even completely unrelated to your complaint. That is because not all types of cysts in the reproductive organs can affect hormone levels in the body and menstruation. Therefore, you need complete information regarding the type of cyst that you have had before. In this case, evaluation and examination is needed directly by the obstetrician.
Irregular menstruation will affect your chances of pregnancy. The fertile period is the best time to increase the chances of pregnancy. Irregular menstruation will make it difficult for women to predict when the fertile period will come. Thus, women who have had cyst surgery still have the chance to get pregnant depending on the type of cyst they have before and continued therapy if any.
To help correct complaints, the following tips can be done:
Conduct a healthy lifestyle Eating healthy and nutritious food Avoiding stress and fatigue Avoiding strenuous activities Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption Sufficient water needs Regular exercise Avoid obesity Highly recommended for further consultation with obstetricians to get more complete information and evaluation. Ultrasonography / ultrasound examination can help assess the condition of the uterus and see if there are abnormalities in your reproductive organs. In addition, blood tests for reproductive hormone levels can also help assess hormone levels in your body.
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