The Possibility Of Pregnancy In Women Who Experience Cysts And Myoma?
Good evening doctor … I am Ira Lestari, 30 years old. In December, I consulted a gynecologist with complaints of extreme pain when menstruation was unable to work … often taking pain relievers such as mefinter … I felt this from 2006 as a girl. Before in 2015 when I entered the age of marriage 9 months I was already consul with complaints of not being pregnant at the USG Trnyta ad cyst 1 in the amount of 3.1 cm. The doctor said that this was normal for women. Until the end I was positive thinking with what the doctor said … I was promising with the consumption of fertile vitamins. Then there are 2 cysts in the right and left ovaries of 7 cm each and myoma in the uterus to a size of 3.4 cm, then the doctor recommends for cyst removal surgery then on 26th December my cyst surgery using the Laparotomy method. Then the myoma is not lifted at all, just the cyst. And on this 20th day I menstruated. What I want to ask: – Is it natural that when my period comes back, I don’t return it even a month after the surgery? – Why is my period still feeling extreme pain? even if you can’t wake up Because I think after the hospital operation the pain will disappear. – Does the history of my illness have a great chance of getting pregnant? Please help, thank you …
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Menstruation is the decay of the inner lining of the uterine wall. It is controlled by hormones produced by egg follicles in the ovaries. When the first day of menstruation, is the first day the commencement of follicular development, which later will mature to be ready to be ovulated (released from the ovaries into the channel). So there is no relationship between menstruation with surgery that has been undertaken. The ovarian cyst (ovary) is removed is not a follicle that develops to produce a mature egg. So, it's only natural if you experience menstruation when it is not enough for 1 month from surgery.
Associated with pain during menstruation that you experience (dysmenorrhoea) can be caused by many things. You can read more here. Indeed there is one cause is the presence of a uterine myoma. Myoma uteri is an abnormal growth of mass, where uterine wall cells grow and develop uncontrollably. This might also be a cause of dysmenorrhoea in you. For that, return to consult with your obstetrician, in order to get further treatment.
Myoma uteri can also inhibit pregnancy. However, women with uterine myomas still have the possibility of getting pregnant. You can continue the pregnancy program that has been undertaken. However, it's better if you live it under the control or supervision of an obstetrician. In addition to undergoing a fertility check on you, undergoing a fertility check on your partner through a sperm sample can also be done. To get rid of other causes that can hinder the success of the pregnancy program that will be undertaken.
Thus hopefully useful.