Pregnant Miscarriage And There Are Cysts?
evening. nI want to ask .. about 2 weeks ago I had a miscarriage at 7 weeks of pregnancy. npas before the miscarriage I had an ultrasound and the results were indeed pregnant and I know there is a 4cm cyst. The rate of cysts is normal during pregnancy and will disappear along with the development of the fetus. nbut it turns out I had a miscarriage. nAnd after the miscarriage I still experienced spots even though I was on. nbut often feel a lot of pain and abdominal pain. especially in the position where it remains. my body also often suddenly felt like it wanted to have a fever. head often dizzy suddenly. and also limp body. nit often when you wake up, wait a few hours disappear. trs during the day or in the evening you can suddenly feel like that again (body weakness, dizziness in the uterus sore). I want to ask all the pain is the effect after I miscarried or because of the cyst huh ?? nI should have the cyst checked by a gynecologist or internal medicine specialist, huh ?? nand what tests should I do to make it clear what kind of cyst I am suffering from? Thank you in advance.
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There are many types of cysts that can occur in women. Need to clarify first, where exactly do you experience the cyst? Is it in the ovaries (ovaries)?
Normally, the ovaries will produce eggs which will experience maturation and ovulation (rupture) and then released into the uterus to be fertilized. However, in some conditions, these eggs can fail to mature completely so that they fill with liquid to form a sac. In the medical realm, this condition is known as an ovarian cyst. This condition generally occurs triggered by hormonal disorders, pregnancy, endometriosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus), or infection around the pelvis.
There are also cysts that are normal in nature, namely those that shrink with pregnancy or within 2-3 menstrual cycles. In this condition, special handling is not required. Cysts like this also have very low potential to interfere with pregnancy.
However, it could also be that the cyst gets bigger, causing pressure on the developing fetus in the uterus. This condition can lead to miscarriage. Or, a cyst that gets bigger will cause the sufferer to feel uncomfortable sensations, especially in the pelvic area or lower abdomen, either right or left. This complaint is often accompanied by a full stomach, bloating, nausea, vomiting, fever, and other unpleasant sensations. This condition is also the possibility that triggers your current complaints.
Pathological (abnormal) cysts are divided into several types, namely dermoid cysts, cystadenomas, and endometriomas. In order to ascertain the severity and type of cyst you are experiencing, you need to go directly to an obstetrician. Generally, the doctor will perform supporting tests, namely ultrasound, laparoscopy, or blood tests. This examination is also carried out to determine the right treatment to prevent dangerous complications, namely a cyst that ruptures (bursts) or causes the ovary to experience torsion (twisting).
A miscarriage, if handled adequately, should not cause significant sequelae. However, if you don't see a doctor after having a miscarriage, it could be that there is some tissue left in your uterus, which can lead to infection and inflammation of the uterus. This condition can also cause bleeding (prolonged spots), fever, abnormal vaginal discharge, and discomfort around the lower abdomen as you experience.
So, visit the gynecologist directly at the nearest facility. Depending on the results of the examination, the treatment given can vary, from surgical removal of cysts, curettage, or administration of certain types of drugs.
In the meantime, you should first do some of the tips below:
Get plenty of rest. Compress the uncomfortable stomach with a warm compress. Don't be too tired to do activities. Keep your intimate organs clean. If bleeding still occurs from the vagina, don't have sexual intercourse first. Avoid taking drugs carelessly without doctor's supervision. Eat nutritious foods and adopt a healthy lifestyle to suppress cyst growth. help yes ..
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