Pregnancy Program For Cyst Sufferers?
Afternoon doctorrnPlease explain, I have been married for 3.5 years, I am 27 years old and my husband is 28 years old. 5 months after marriage I got pregnant but only survived at the age of 12 weeks 3 months after the curettage I went to the doctor and it turned out that there were right and left cysts, finally for 1 year I took drug therapy and it didn’t go away I decided to have surgery and after 1 month cyst surgery I was pregnant with a doctor but the fetus It didn’t develop, so I was cured at 8 weeks of age.. After surgery, my doctor had vaginal discharge. My doctor had papsmire. The result was inflammation of the suppuratives and my husband’s sperm test was asthenozoospermia.. I’ve been pregnant for 3 months but the doctor hasn’t succeeded. medicine.. What should I do doctor with my condition? Is insemination the right action? Then lately, why does my lower middle stomach get cramps easily, doctor? Please help doctor, thank you
Having children is a major hope for married couples. There are many factors that can affect pregnancy both in terms of women and men.
The presence of cysts on the ovaries of women can affect the menstrual cycle associated with maturation of the egg and also the state of hormones in women. A history of vaginal discharge that can be caused by infection can cause problems in the reproductive tract of women. From a male perspective, asthenospermia is a condition where sperm movement is disturbed, so it can interfere with the fertilization process.
Pain in the lower abdomen can also be influenced by many things because in that section there are many organs such as the uterus, bladder, intestines and others. Menstrual pain, reproductive tract infections, urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones can also cause pain in this area.
It's a good idea for you and your husband to check yourself or check with your doctor or obstetrician. Later, you can discuss whether other pregnancy programs, artificial insemination and others need to be carried out with your doctor. Due to the situation you are experiencing, it takes some evaluation, including if you are going to do artificial insemination. It takes effort and patience in the process, because it may take a long time. And it takes cohesiveness and good cooperation between you, your husband and the doctor in the process.
I hope this helps.