The Use Of Birth Control Pills To Treat Ovarian Cysts?
Hello, My name is Nurul, 29 years old, I have been married for 2.5 years menstruation sometimes faster sometimes 4-5 days longer, when menstruation is extremely painful and painful “, until now I have not been pregnant either. After I checked to the ultrasound and Trans V hospital, there are right and left diameter cysts 4. Dr. recommends HSG check but I have not done it because the cost is quite expensive, I have heard and read how to get rid of the cyst, is it right to take birth control pills without having surgery? ? If it is true or how can it be lost while the birth control pill to prevent pregnancy, whereas if I consume the missing cyst to return to the fertile period how?
Hello Nurul, thank you for the question.
Cyst is an abnormal pouch filled with fluid and can occur anywhere in the human body, including the ovaries. Ovarian cysts are common in women and most usually do not cause symptoms and can disappear on their own within a few months. Ovarian cysts are divided into two namely:
functional cyst, which is related to your menstrual cycle. Consists of follicular cysts and corpus luteum cysts. Generally harmless, rarely cause pain, and can disappear within 2-3 months. non-functional cysts, not related to your menstrual cycle. Consists of dermoid cysts, kitadenoma, and endometrioma. Dermoid cysts are formed from embryonic tissue and contain a variety of tissues, not just ovarian tissue, these cysts generally rarely develop into cancer. Cystadenomas are on the surface of the ovaries and contain a liquid or thick substance. Endometrioma is a result of endometriosis affecting ovarian tissue. The last two types can develop into large, causing pain, and can cause torsion of the ovaries (twisted ovaries). Other forms of ovarian cysts are found in PCOS (polycyctic ovary syndrome), a condition where there are many cysts in the ovary, causing hormonal disorders, menstrual disorders, and pain. Symptoms generally occur if the cyst is large or accompanied by other disorders such as endometriosis. Symptoms can include menstrual disorders, menstrual pain, lower abdominal or pelvic pain, or pain during or after sexual intercourse. Not every ovarian cyst will cause fertility disorders and not every ovarian cyst will develop into ovarian cancer. Cysts that have a risk of developing ovarian cancer if the cyst is large, rupture (rupture), and block blood flow to the ovaries.
Your doctor may advise: routine observation and control, if cysts appear to be small, functional, and not complex. This action is generally recommended if according to the doctor the cyst can disappear on its own. administration of hormonal contraception, which is generally a monophasic pill that contains estrogen and progesterone. The dose given must be a certain dosage and according to doctor's orders. This therapy is generally intended for small functional cysts and does not cause symptoms. Birth control pills are intended to balance hormonal conditions so as to prevent the occurrence of new cysts. Observation still must be routinely carried out to assess whether the cyst is smaller or not. surgery, if the cyst is large, continues to enlarge, the risk of rupture, the risk of ovarian torsion, and cause menstrual disorders and pain. You should consult about these options with the treating doctor. The doctor will judge whether your cyst can be treated with a simple KB pill or not. Thus our review, hopefully broaden your horizons. Regards.