Treatment For Ovarian Cysts And Appendicitis That Appear Together?
I want to ask? r n r nAt my ultrasound result there are 1.5cm dextra cysts and 2cm sinistra r nAnd the right abdomen looks right tubular 1.1cm right pain transducer. r nDo the cyst and appendix must be immediately operated by a doctor? ? The thing is I consulted a doctor is not satisfactory … thanks for the enlightenment r n r nJeny_malang
Hello Jheny, Thank you for the question.
What complaint did you experience? Appendicitis is inflammation of the appendix, which is a sac-shaped organ that is connected to the large intestine. This inflammation is caused by an infection in the appendix. This condition is characterized by symptoms of abdominal pain that are initially felt in about the navel then move to the lower right, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, flatulence, fever, can not fart. To diagnose someone having appendicitis requires further doctor's examination. The doctor needs to know your complaint, examine you, and perform other examinations such as ultrasound. If it is proven to be appendicitis, then the main treatment recommended by the doctor is surgery to remove the infected and inflamed appendix.
Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs that form in the ovaries. Ovarian cysts can be divided into functional cysts (part of the menstrual cycle) and pathological cysts (formed from abnormal cells). In general, ovarian cysts do not cause symptoms. If it appears, the symptoms experienced by patients are more bleeding, irregular periods, difficulty in pregnancy, pelvic pain, pain during intercourse. Management of ovarian cysts depends on the size of the cyst, the symptoms experienced by the patient, and whether the sufferer has menopause or not. Not all ovarian cysts must be operated immediately.
If you are not satisfied with the doctor's explanation, please consult with other surgeons to ask for a second opinion. However the doctor must still know your complaint, examine you, and know the results of this ultrasound examination before determining the next treatment.
Later, you should also consult an obstetrician about your ovarian cysts.
Hopefully this information is useful.