Treatment And Effects Of Ovarian Cyst Surgery?
A good afternoon,
Thank you for the question.
Irregular menstruation is indeed one of them can be caused by ovarian cysts, which is a benign growth in the form of fluid-filled sacs formed by the disrupted process of egg maturation. It could also, besides ovarian cysts, your periods become irregular due to imbalanced hormones, ideal body weight, physical or psychological stress, side effects of drugs or contraception, extreme exercise, hyperthyroidism, endometriosis, uterine polyps, pelvic inflammation, myoma, cancer cervical, uterine cancer, pregnancy disorders, and so on.
Referring to the results of your ultrasound examination, the presence of a solid mass with characteristics as you mentioned in the adnexa sinistra (fallopian tube and left ovary) is actually not always caused by ovarian cysts. It could also be, this mass is caused by other factors, such as benign or other malignant tumors, inflammation, ectopic pregnancy, genetic disorders, and so on. Even if the cyst is true, then this condition really needs to be treated with surgery considering its size is quite large (more than 4 cm). Worried, inadequate treatment can cause your ovaries to experience torsion (twisting) and even rupture (tearing) and can eventually lead to peritonitis (inflammation of the abdominal cavity) which can be life threatening. If it's like this, of course the handling will be even more difficult to do.
Surgical removal of the cyst and / or adnexa as a whole, provided that it is performed by a competent obstetrician, often does not leave serious complications. Frequently, this operation will also be balanced with other treatments, such as medication, hormonal therapy, and so on. Provided that your right-hand adnexa (dextra) is in good health, this does not necessarily reduce your potential for pregnancy. The doctor or obstetrician who examines you directly, with his competence and experience, will certainly understand more about the best treatment that needs to be done according to your condition. Therefore, you should consult with him directly yes ..
I hope this helps.