Surgery For An Ovarian Cyst That Grows Back Must Be Done?
Good night, I’m now 26 years old, 3 years ago I had an operation to remove the endometriosis cyst on my left ovary because after I checked with 3 Dr. Obgyns they all advised me to do surgery, after the operation 1 month later I injected as many thapros as 3x for 3 months r nA year after I finished doing the operation and thapros injection, I again felt pain like when I had a cyst, but this is on the right r nIn 2016 I finally checked and sure enough that my right ovary grew a functional cyst as big as 4cm, said the doctor, I don’t have to have surgery, just take vitamins. R n2018 I feel the more often I feel pain in the cyst on my right side, I feel it seems to be getting bigger because I can feel a lump in my lower right abdomen. R nI I don’t dare to check again to a doctor or hospital, I don’t need to have another operation. r nAccording to Dr., what should I do? Was my varium removed again? Can I have children? R nBecause I haven’t been married until now r nThank you for the night ..
I understand what you are afraid of, but in general ovarian cysts are not dangerous, unless they are very large, block blood flow, have the potential to rupture, or develop into cancer.
There are various types of ovarian cysts, such as for example
Functional cysts that can increase in size or shrink on their own with the menstrual cycle, this type of cyst will also not affect fertility. Dermoid cysts, where the inside of the cyst forms other tissues of the human body, such as teeth, hair, or skin. Do not be afraid that this type of cyst also does not affect fertility Cystadenomas cysts, which also include cysts that will not interfere with fertility, where these cysts grow inside the ovaries PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) is a type of cyst that can cause reproductive hormone levels in the body to be disturbed. As a result, the menstrual cycle can be disrupted and also affect fertility. In addition, a few things to watch out for are the presence or absence of factors or symptoms that tend to describe ovarian cyst conditions that can develop into ovarian cancer, such as for example.
There is a history of ovarian cancer in your biological family. Suffering from breast cancer. Age over 50 years or already menopause. Smoking. The type of cyst experienced is PCOS. So Agustinsa does not need to be afraid to return to the obstetrician, instead with control it can be given fast and right before the condition changes to become heavier if allowed to continue. In addition, functional cysts are generally not dangerous and do not interfere with fertility, but it would be nice if you periodically see a doctor to monitor the progress of your health condition.
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