What Are The Different Symptoms Of Cysts And Pregnancy?
Hello. Can I ask what’s the difference between cysts and pregnancy symptoms? the problem is I’m looking at Google the difference is almost the same and hard to distinguish
Hello, thanks for the question.
Pregnancy is the result of the meeting of a female egg cell with male sperm. Pregnancy can be characterized by:
Changing mood Abdominal cramps Menstrual cycles stop Frequently BAK Breasts become larger, fuller, painful, and black around the nipples Headache Nausea or vomiting Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs that form in the ovaries. The symptoms are actually almost similar to the symptoms of pregnancy, in the form of menstrual cycles stop, nausea, vomiting, and so forth. But in some cases, cysts can also cause continuous menstruation, abdominal pain, especially on cysts that are more than 5 cm in size. In general there are 2 types of ovarian cysts, namely:
Functional cysts, which are cysts that often occur, are usually part of the menstrual cycle, and are not dangerous. Pathological cysts, which are abnormal cysts that grow in the ovaries, are benign and malignant. Several factors can increase the risk of ovarian cysts, including:
Fertile age History of PCOS endometriosis To ensure that it must be examined by an obstetrician, the doctor will conduct a thorough examination and additional examinations if needed such as laboratory tests and ultrasound to determine pregnancy or cyst. In pregnancy on urine examination, the results of a positive plano test indicate pregnancy and the results of an ultrasound were found to have a pregnancy sac, whereas in ovarian cysts the results of the plano test were usually negative and the results of an ultrasound were found to be a fluid-filled sac. Management of the cyst is usually adjusted to the patient's clinical condition and the condition of the cyst, if the size of the cyst is large and is a type of pathological cyst, symptoms that appear severe, cysts in patients who have experienced menopause, cysts that do not disappear after several menstrual cycles, cyst size is getting bigger, or a cyst that is at risk for developing ovarian cancer may be a cyst surgery will be recommended by your obstetrician. If after being examined by a doctor and not recommended for surgery, the doctor may prescribe painkillers, or drugs that contain hormones such as birth control pills, birth control to reduce complaints. You can also compress with warm water on the abdomen or waist, do regular exercise, exercise is believed to help reduce complaints, increase the consumption of water (at least 2L per day), eat healthy and nutritious food, adequate rest, and avoid stress cigarettes and alcohol because they can make complaints worse.
Thus, hopefully it helps.