How to treat ovarian cysts well?

There are almost no discomfort with ovarian cysts, and many ovarian cysts are found during physical examination.

Ovarian cysts are divided into two types: physiological and pathological, and they should be treated according to the cause.

Physiological cysts refer to luteal cysts formed after ovulation, which are generally less than five cm. If it is caused by inflammation, it can be treated by antibiotics or some proprietary Chinese medicines.If the tumor -like changes in the ovarian, such as a luteal cyst or a follicular membrane cyst, you can treat it by adjusting the endocrine.At this time, you can observe for 2-3 months, and you can also use short-acting contraceptives for 2-3 months.If the cysts are significantly reduced or disappeared in about 2-3 months, they belong to the physiological ovarian cysts, which are more common in the unblied follicle lutein syndrome.

If the cysts continue to exist for 2-3 months, or continue to increase, it may be a pathological cyst. Related tumor markers need to be checked. The most common mucus cystic adenoma and slurry cyst tumor.

There is an ovarian cyst called teratoma. The teratoma is generally benign, but occasionally malignant.Moreover, the teratoma itself does not disappear by itself, and it may continue to grow, so pay attention to observation. If the growth rate is fast or large, it is recommended to surgery as soon as possible.After surgery, we must pay attention to the pathological results.Determine the next treatment method according to the pathological results.

There are also more common chocolate cysts, also known as endometriosis.This cyst will increase over time, and gradually erodes normal tissue to cause irreversible damage to the ovarian tissue and adhesive with the surrounding tissue.This cyst is called immortal cancer, which means that its nature is benign.However, it is difficult to cure like cancer. Generally, even after surgery, it will recur quickly. If there is a fertility requirement, it is recommended to get pregnant as soon as possible after surgery.If there is no fertility requirements, further drug treatment will reduce the chance of recurrence after surgery.

The last one is the slurry cyst tumor. This cyst does not disappear by itself and require surgical resection.

If the diagnosis is a pathological ovarian cyst, even if the tumor marker is normal, there is surgical indication if the cyst exceeds 5cm.For example, ovarian chocolate cysts and ovarian teratoma may be treated with surgical treatment once it is found.The cyst is not too large, and the laparoscopy can be performed by laparoscopy.During the surgery, if you suspect it is a malignant ovarian cyst, you must do frozen diseases, and then decide the method of surgery after waiting for the results.If the ovarian malignant tumor is suspected before surgery, it is recommended to perform abdominal surgery.

If the ovarian cyst is ruptured or tires such as ethics, surgical treatment should be performed in time.

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