Tissue Sacs Attach To The Uterus?
Hello. I want to ask. Yesterday I went to Dr. Kandungan for ultrasound, because I felt great pain when I was menstruating and for 2 years I did not have children. I was told to inject family planning for 3 months so that Dr. Kungan could monitor the app if I did not menstruate. Please ask for a clearer explanation about my illness, what should be done and what are the causes.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The term tissue bag, is actually a term that is still broad enough to describe a particular disorder, and that may be your doctor's way of simplifying the medical terms of several possible conditions, such as:
Malignancy / cancer
All of these diseases are a particular tissue that forms a lump in the uterus, but there are many types, the causes are different, and the contents and handling are different. We do not know exactly what your doctor meant, but the actions he did were because some of the conditions above were caused by hormonal imbalances, and could be removed with hormone therapy. So that's what your doctor is doing now with birth control injections that contain hormones. This imbalance often occurs without a definite cause, then this condition is also not a condition that can really be avoided or prevented.
As for the relationship with your difficulty in getting pregnant, some of these conditions can indeed make the sufferer difficult to get pregnant, whether difficult in the form of birth canal is blocked, or in the form of damaging the hormonal balance in the body. Handling can be gradual, if later unsuccessfully using this hormone therapy, it might be advisable for surgery. Although of course, in the end the person who knows the most recommendations and steps for treatment is the doctor who treats you directly.
Regarding this, you simply follow the advice given by your doctor, and if you are in doubt, you have the right to seek a second opinion with another obstetrician. But if then the second obstetrician still advocates the same thing, then you mean it really is. Meanwhile, there is no need to worry too much and live a healthy lifestyle by avoiding cigarette smoke, alcohol, regular exercise, maintaining an ideal body weight, adequate rest and increasing consumption of vegetables, fruits, and meeting daily fluid needs. So, hopefully answering your question.