Menstruation Is Not Smooth And Often Low Back Pain In Patients With Ovarian Cysts?
Asslm .. I’m lastri mother br’ank 2 .. I am 25 years old … This is why I am not familiar with April … Before I curate the doctor, I don’t want to say that my rhim is getting better. ; kri me .. Sbsar 2cm u0026amp; 3cm .. That is now what I can do without going through 1 month ago I mens then continue to mucus u0026amp; also not too hard to wear the waist to the thighs of the thighs, too often experience natural discomfort, for example, it will go awkward … Does my cyst not be too great? brbhaya .. ?? Because I have been refreshed until now I haven’t checked yet ?? Thank you before …
Wa alaikumsalam Lastri, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Ovarian cysts are basically fluid-filled sacs in the ovaries that appear generally due to the influence of female hormones. There are also those that appear for no apparent reason, and some are a sign of cancer, but this type is rare and far less likely.
Among the factors that can increase a person's risk for this cyst are those who have hormonal problems, are pregnant, have endometriosis, have pelvic infections, and have a history of previous cysts.
Regarding your question, actually only 4% of cysts will cause symptoms. The majority appear and disappear by themselves without any handling. Even if it appears, the symptoms are usually in the form of irregular or changing menstrual cycles, difficult bowel movements, frequent urination, pelvic pain during sex, abdominal bloating, nausea, vomiting and breast feeling sensitive, feeling full quickly, and dizziness.
Thus, your complaints with tingling, pain in the thighs, mucous discharge during hadi, may occur due to other reasons, such as nerve squeezed, infection of the female organs, malnutrition and so forth. To be sure, we recommend that you first consult yourself to a general practitioner, so that it can be explored more deeply about your complaints, a brief physical examination and maybe a supporting examination. Later it will be seen whether there is a tendency towards cysts or other diseases. Your general practitioner will determine whether you can be treated by yourself first, or directly need the help of specialists such as obstetricians, nerves, or others.
Meanwhile, live a healthy lifestyle by maintaining ideal body weight, regular exercise, consumption of healthy foods such as vegetables and fruit, avoid smoking, adequate rest and keep your genitals clean. So, hopefully answering your question.