Treatment Of Myoma Without Surgery In Women Aged 48 Years?
Afternoon Dr, I have a small 6 miom in the uterus. What are the harms in the op diagram of the household, yes Dr, during this time there is no Kelhan, for example if not in the uterine surgery, whether it is dangerous, at 48 years old, there is no need for the child anymore. it’s good, Dr, thanks for the answer
Hello Ms. Tari. Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Myoma is a state of tumor growth in the uterus (womb) and around it. Myoma comes from the uterine muscle cells that grow abnormally which eventually form a benign tumor. Myoma size varies greatly from small to large with a consequence of the enlargement of the uterus. The cause of myoma is not fully known, but it is usually associated with the hormone estrogen. Therefore, myoma usually appears when estrogen levels in women reach their peak, namely at the age of 20-45 years.
Myoma is often diagnosed incidentally while doing gynecological examinations. This is because myoma with a small size often causes no symptoms.
Symptoms that may occur due to myoma are usually:
Pain in the lower abdomen Excessive pain during menstruation Frequent urination Often experiences problems during pregnancy, such as miscarriage or difficulty getting pregnant Discomfort during sexual intercourse Myoma removal surgery is usually performed on the myoma which causes aggravating symptoms, such as pain severe, vaginal bleeding, etc. Mioma that does not cause symptoms usually shrinks itself after menopause.
Some tips that can be done:
Maintain ideal body weight Always keep the vaginal area clean Reduce consumption of red meat Increase vegetables and fruits Adequate rest If you experience aggravating symptoms or pain with increased intensity, see an obstetrician who will carry out a thorough examination such as Ultrasound (ultrasound) etc.
Hope this information helps. Best regards, Dr. Shirly