Ovarian Cysts

Last updated: 20 Nov 2021  |  2984 Views  | 

Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian Cysts

ovarian cyst It is an organ that releases eggs and a woman's hormones such as estrogen, which may occur during ovulation. Most of them are mild, tumors, and the likelihood of cancer is low. The types of cysts are functional, dermoid, endometrioma, cystadenoma, and some damage is called PCOS. Cysts are more common in adolescence than in menopause. Possible complications such as closed fallopian tubes rupture of the fallopian tubes internal bleeding

Risk factors increase the likelihood of an ovarian cyst, such as having a cyst before. Irregular menstruation More fat than usual Family history as before

A cyst was found during a pelvic exam. Without abnormal symptoms, but if symptoms are often immediate, such as stabbing pain when the cyst ruptures It can be slow and nonspecific, such as feeling pressure in the abdomen. abnormal bleeding pain during sex intestinal motility, nausea, fever

From intra-pelvic examination, ultrasound, CT, MRI, diagnosis, including specific tests and blood tests. If they are large and long, they may become cancerous. It is necessary to take a biopsy for examination under a microscope.

Depends on the type of cyst 90% of ovarian cysts are small and non-cancerous, so no treatment is needed. The doctor prescribed birth control pills when the menstrual period returned to normal, the cyst did not occur. If it doesn't heal, surgery is needed.

Things to do
Tell your doctor if someone in your family has ovarian cancer.
should be inspected regularly
Changes in menstruation should be observed.

don't do
Don't worry too much, not all of them have cancer.

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