Overcoming Enlarged Ovarian Cysts, Should Surgery?
hello. I am a single woman aged 32. about 6 months ago I was ultrasound and just found out that there was an ovarian cyst on the left and right of 2cm. the doctor said after the operation will appear again because of its recurrence (endometriosis). I was given a prescription visanne but I did not buy because of constrained funds.
Hello Poonan, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
To find out whether your cyst currently requires laparoscopic surgery or not, you should ask your obstetrician again, because to decide whether surgery is needed or not in patients with endometriosis cysts in the ovary must be based on certain criteria that are It is also based on the patient's condition, including in your case, it must be determined in advance whether your cyst really requires operative action or not.
Before performing surgery, please note that surgery in cases of endometriosis cysts in the ovary aims to restore the shape and function of the reproductive tract close to normal conditions, eliminate endometriosis tissue that is there and also to prevent or slow the recurrence. Because of this goal, although your doctor may repeat again, your doctor may consider performing surgery in certain cases of endometriosis cysts. However, it remains to determine whether you need surgery or not all return to the decision of the doctor who is treating you.
Regarding the drug that is recommended for you to use is a drug based on the latest research serves to help treat endometriosis because the drug contains the hormone progesterone which functions to suppress other hormones responsible for the growth of these cysts. If you are prevented from buying the drug, you should also consult with your doctor about this condition to get other drugs that are also effective for your situation and can be considered more for you to buy.
I hope this helps.