When Can The Program Become Pregnant After Cyst Surgery?
hello doc I want to ask, I just finished cyst surgery after two weeks of marriage, the question is, how long do I need to get pregnant after surgery?
Hello, thanks for the question.
A cyst is a sac that contains fluid. Cysts that are in the ovary can cause interference with menstrual patterns, difficulty getting pregnant, pain in the pelvic bones, pain during intercourse, more menstrual bleeding, and difficulty urinating or urinating. Ovarian cysts are divided into two main types, namely functional and pathological cysts. Functional cysts appear as part of the menstrual cycle, are generally harmless and can disappear by themselves. While pathological cysts, usually contain abnormal cells and are at risk for developing into malignancy. Several factors can increase the risk of ovarian cysts, including:
History of endometriosis
Handling is usually adjusted to the patient's clinical condition and type of 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 cysts that are at risk for developing ovarian cancer may be more recommended for cyst surgery. In addition to surgery, doctors can also prescribe painkillers, or drugs that contain hormones such as birth control pills, birth control injections to reduce complaints. To help reduce complaints before seeing a doctor, it can be done by compressing the stomach or a sore waist with warm water, do regular exercise, 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. After cyst surgery, the body usually takes several months to fully recover and be healthy to carry out various physical activities including sexual intercourse. This recovery time varies from person to person, depending on the condition of the body and the state of one's hormones, on average, it takes up to about 2 months for the recovery process. Therefore, if planning a pregnancy should wait until the mother's condition is completely healed, the surgical wound has healed, or the menstrual cycle has returned to normal. There are so many factors affecting pregnancy, not just disease factors (cysts), although cysts have been removed, several other things that affect pregnancy include:
Frequency of having sex
Sexual intercourse is done during the fertile period or not
History of other diseases
The use of certain drugs
Factors from husband and wife
Therefore, if you are planning a pregnancy you should consult your doctor first, especially after cyst removal surgery.
Thus, hopefully it helps.