The Possibility Of Ovarian Cysts Growing Again After 2 Years Of Operation?
Good night, I have had a cyst before marriage in June 2016 (2 years ago), but sometimes during menstruation I still feel extreme pain from my back to my feet, now I’m married (in 2017) but until now I haven’t there are signs of pregnancy. I haven’t checked the ultrasound or anything else (more precisely scared because of trauma) r nDoes ovarian cysts can reappear after a long time of operation? cyst surgery ?? r nThank you
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Ovarian cyst is a benign tumor that contains fluid that grows in the ovary. In general, ovarian cysts can disappear without the need for surgery. However, if the evaluation results show ovarian cysts getting enlarged and causing the process of space urgency, it is necessary to consider surgery to remove these ovarian cysts.
The cause of ovarian cysts can be triggered by several things, such as:
1. Associated with the menstrual cycle where there is a disturbance in the balance of the female hormonal system which often causes functional cysts
2. changes in normal cells into normal cells that are often called pathological cysts, such as dermoid cysts.
In connection with your question, the possibility of recurrence of ovarian cysts in women who have undergone surgical removal of ovarian cysts is still possible, this can be caused by disorders of the female hormonal balance in the patient's menstrual cycle. So, if the patient experiences impaired female hormonal balance, treatment needs to be done to help the menstrual cycle go well and help the possibility of pregnancy in women.
And if you are pregnant, you may still be able to give birth normally without surgery, however, this still requires a doctor's assessment of other medical conditions (not because of a history of cysts) that require labor with surgery.
However, there are complaints of pain from back to toe, not necessarily caused by a cyst recurrence, but these complaints can be caused by other disease conditions, such as muscle tension, obesity, or spinal cord disorders such as pinched nerves.
Therefore, to ascertain the cause of the complaint you feel, you should consult directly with your obstetrician. Without direct examination, you are only guessing and making you even more worried.
The doctor will conduct a direct examination and plan other examinations according to indications, such as blood tests, ultrasound examinations, or radiological examinations. Treatment and treatment will be given according to the examination results obtained.
For now, if your back pain complaints arise, then balance with rest and avoid sleeping late. You can also compress with warm water on your back, so that your back muscles are more comfortable.
Thus the info we can convey.