There Is A Cyst -+ 5 Cm In The Right Uterus. Can I Get Pregnant Using My Left Uterus?
doctor. nI’m married -+ 3 months. nI am 29 years old. nSo far, my periods have been smooth. But this March I was late for my period, I’m happy I hope I’m pregnantn But it turns out I’m not a doctor. The info from the ultrasound shows that there is a cyst in the right uterus of -+4 to 5 cm.nMy menstrual cycle has been smooth for the last 3 months: nDecember: 26-2 dec 2017nJanuary 23-26 jan 2018nFebruary 20-24 feb 2018nAnd this March I haven’t had my period either until today March 31, 2018.nnI’ve tried the test pack but the result is negative . nnBecause I was curious, I tried two different doctors ultrasound (because I asked for it, so I asked 2 doctors at once) nnAnd on the ultrasound the first doctor said there was a cyst -+4 cm. Right uterus.nIf the second doctor said that the probability that the first doctor’s semen would be the rib is 5 cm. nBut the second doctor didn’t say it was a cyst. nHe has to do a hormone test. Is it really a cyst or not. nBut the cost is very expensive in my opinion, up to 4 million doctors. nnWhat I want to ask is. nIs it okay if I don’t do a hormone test? nAnd my second prediction is that there is a cyst on the right. Do I have a chance of getting pregnant in the doctor’s left uterus? nnInfo: I was not given any medicine by the doctor. Because I have consumed blackmores. nDoes it help the doctor? To reduce my cyst? nnPlease answer the doctor. nThank you 🙏
Hi Yana, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
Ovarian cysts are sacs filled with fluid that form in the ovaries or ovaries, there are two ovaries, namely the right side of the uterus and the left side of the uterus. Based on the type of cyst, it is also divided into two, namely functional cysts, namely common cysts, which are usually associated with the menstrual cycle, which do not need special treatment because they can disappear by themselves, but if the type of cyst is pathological, where a small number of cells are at risk of turning into cancer. Many still think that cysts can affect or interfere with fertility, which is not entirely true, because cysts can be removed easily without disturbing the ovaries. However, if the cyst is a complex type, surgical treatment can affect fertility. Each woman's menstrual cycle is different, normally the cycle is 21-35 days, if you experience menstrual irregularities or are outside of your cycle, the possible causes are many, namely:
PCOS or polycystic cyst syndrome
Obesity or overweight
Psychological disorders or stress
Drastic weight loss
However, if there is heavy menstrual bleeding, accompanied by abdominal pain, pain during sexual intercourse, pain in the pelvic area, causing difficulty in defecating or defecating, you should immediately consult an obstetrician, to find out the cause, the doctor will perform a series of examinations, such as a physical examination, blood tests. and ultrasound. Hormone tests are sometimes also recommended by doctors to determine whether the cause of the cyst is due to hormonal disorders or not.
Suggestions for you:
Avoid stress or manage stress well
Lose weight if you are overweight
Exercise regularly, but don't overdo it
Thank you, hopefully useful. dr.Nurmarwiyah