The Possibility Of Pregnancy In Patients With Ovarian Cysts?
I want to ask, I went to the obstetrician, and he said my uterus was good but there was a breast milk patch that was blocking, so the doctor was given the medicine so that the milk would disappear. Naahh after 2 months to the doctor I stopped a month to see the doctor again, and when I went there he said I had a cyst of 1 cm due to the previous drug, that would be okay?
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We understand the concerns that you feel
A cyst is a small pouch filled with fluid. Cysts can occur in various organs, including the female reproductive organs. Cysts in the reproductive organs are generally associated with hormonal problems. Cysts are benign and benign lumps. Cysts can arise and disappear by themselves (functional cysts), as well as settling of the same size or developing with slow progression.
We understand your concern, but don't worry too much because not all cysts are serious conditions. Small cysts are generally harmless and do not interfere with the current pregnancy program. However, large cysts have the potential to interfere with female fertility. But it does not close the chance of pregnancy.
Regarding the cyst you are experiencing, further information is needed on the type of cyst that is found and its location. Like for example ovarian cysts that are in the ovary / where the egg is produced. The presence of ovarian cysts in large amounts will certainly affect the reproductive hormones which have an impact on the disruption of egg production. Other conditions such as myoma (lump / growth of tissue in the uterine muscle) can appear in various sizes and can be spread in the uterus.
To find out more precisely about your condition, we suggest that you conduct a discussion related to the results of your gynecological examination previously with the obstetrician who examined you. Do not hesitate to ask about the type of cyst and description of the condition of the uterus to the doctor who examined you.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps