Overcoming Ovarian Cyst Size 2.6 Cm?
Hi Mrs Euis,
An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled lump in the ovary. These cysts can be dangerous or not depending on the type. Ovarian cysts are generally divided into two, namely functional cysts and pathological cysts. Functional cysts are formed as a result of the ovulation process, pathological cysts are formed due to abnormalities of cells in the ovaries. Functional cysts are generally harmless and some go away on their own. But pathological cysts require further examination and action.
Basically, treatment depends on the symptoms and severity. Functional cysts that are asymptomatic and less than 5 cm usually do not require special treatment, and will only be monitored for some time. If the cyst is large, it is feared that it may rupture or twist, requiring surgical treatment. Cysts that cause symptoms such as abdominal pain, menstrual irregularities, or other symptoms may also require surgery.
At this time, your child should consult with your child's obstetrician to discuss next steps. The obstetrician will determine according to the results of the examination whether the cyst needs to be operated on or needs to be monitored periodically. If there are symptoms, the doctor can also give medicines according to the symptoms caused, for example by giving painkillers.
Most ovarian cysts are harmless, so you don't have to worry too much. However, it is important to consult a gynecologist for monitoring and further action.
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