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Myometrial cyst
What's this myometrial cyst? I am TTC for 2-3 months. But its not happens. I m worried. My periods r regular. All blood test like tsh, Prolactin r normal. Only my blood sugar is in pre diabetic stage.
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Myometrium cysts are cysts seen in the myometrium and these can be differentiated appropriately based on location and sonological or Doppler features...possible causes are adenomyosis,nebothian cyst etc. Treatment depends on the severity of symptoms and the need to preserve fertility. In some instances, suppression of normal cyclical hormone-induced proliferation of endometrial tissue (e.g. GnRH agonist) is sufficient. In women with severe symptoms not relieved medically, and in whom fertility is no longer desirable, a hysterectomy may be performed.
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Myometrial cysts are cysts seen in the myometrium and these can be differentiated appropriately based on location and sonological or Doppler features. Your reports are also suggestive of having polycystic ovarian syndrome(PCOS). I would advise you to visit a gynecologist so that you can be examined and if required start treatment. These following steps may help: - Avoid fatty, oily, fried and junk food - Exercise regularly (30-45 mins/day) - Destress yourself with practices such as yoga, meditation or tai chi - Maintain a healthy body and diet (Maintain a healthy weight as per your BMI) - Have vegetable juices - Include corn, beets, lettuce, drumsticks, and pumpkin seeds in your daily diet - Avoid smoking and alcohol if you have the habit If the problem persists or worsens visit the gynecologist at the earliest.
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A small myometrial cyst at this stage should be ignored except trying to rule out endometriosis as a factor in difficulty in conception. Your ultrasound is suggestive of PCOS so consult an infertility specialist if you are unable to conceive, and especially if your cycles are delayed or irregular
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