Ovarian Cyst Examination Differs Between The First And Second Results?
Slmat Mlam Doctor .. I am 28 years old .. last year I had an ultrasound examination and I actually had cyst symptoms .. I saw my condition .. ate a little or a lot .. Atw ate 1 small packet of bread My stomach immediately grew big .. like 2 months .., after being examined .. the doctor advised me to take birth control pills for 3 months .. after that I was told to go back to the hospital for examination … after 3 months later I returned .. and D Ultrasound again .. Doctor (The other one .. Not the first doctor to examine the ultrasound) says there are no cysts) I am confused about what the 2nd doctor was wrong … . and I have a test .. Real negative .. What is the solution Doctor .. Do you have to use it again .. to find out what is actually in your stomach …
Confirm beforehand, whether the cyst found is a cyst on the ovary? Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs in the ovaries / ovary sacs. The ovaries in women are 2 in number, located on the right and left of the pelvic cavity. Every month, the ovaries (normal) release 1 egg, which is called the ovulation process. Before ovulation, usually a fluid-filled pocket will form, namely the follicle around the egg, if it enlarges beyond its size it is known as a functional cyst. Ovarian functional cysts are part of the menstrual cycle, so they can shrink in size due to hormones. The size of these cysts is generally <2.5 cm, very small, so that the ultasonography examination (whose results are very dependent on the examiner's skill and high subjectivity) may be missed. Or when the examination is different, if you check just before ovulation, the cyst will likely appear bigger, while at other times it will appear small or not at all. Small functional cysts are nothing to worry about as they usually don't cause any symptoms and can go away on their own after a few menstrual cycles.
The second type of cyst is a pathological cyst, is a type of cyst that contains abnormal cells and is not related to menstruation. Examples are dermoid cysts and adenoma cysts. Large size cysts will give complaints of discomfort in the stomach, pain in the pelvis that is greater than menstrual pain, lumps in the lower abdomen, menstrual disorders, and pain during intercourse. Complications of a dangerous pathological cyst are rupture (rupture) of the cyst and torsion (twist) of the cyst. Usually the symptoms that arise are severe and unbearable abdominal pain and the patient may experience a loss of consciousness. Both of these complications require immediate surgery.
If you are still worried, you can consult again with an obstetrician. If you can, bring the results of the ultrasound examination at the previous doctors.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.