Modern women sitting for a long time, lacking exercise, and easy to have "small belly".
But if you suddenly get fat, or your stomach is getting bigger and bigger, like pregnancy, you ca n’t lose weight, you must be careful, it may be ovarian cyst!
Ovarian cysts refer to the cystic structure in the ovary or its surface. The capsule can contain liquid or solid substances. It is a common gynecological disease that occurs in women of childbearing age.
Ovarian cysts are generally divided into two categories. The menstrual cycle is called functional ovarian cysts. It can be understood as physiological cysts and does not affect health. Usually, it can disappear by itself through 2 to 3 menstrual cycles.The menstrual cycle is not related to non -functional ovarian cysts, which are relatively rare and basically benign.
Ovarian cysts are mostly benign, and patients are generally not symptoms.As the volume of the cyst increases, the discomfort may increase.
After the cyst increases to a certain volume, the abdominal distension, abdominal bloating, the abdomen bulge, and those with large cysts may look like pregnancy.If the cyst is compressed to the surrounding tissue, it may also cause the pain of the lumbosacral region.
2. Abdominal pain
Larger cysts can cause lower abdomen pain, pain, lumbosacral soreness, and sexual intercourse.When the cyst is ruptured or the influencer is reversed, severe pain in the lower abdomen occurs, accompanied by nausea and vomiting.
3. Frequent urination or anal swelling
The cyst compresses the urethra or anus, which can cause symptoms such as frequent urination, urgency and other urinary systems, as well as anal swelling and poor bowel movements.
4. Symptoms of shock
When the cyst is ruptured or the influencer is reversed, the symptoms of shock symptoms such as wet and cold skin, rapid breathing, dizziness, and fatigue may occur.
If a small cyst of two or three cm found in the medical examination is generally considered as a physiological cyst, you can observe first without processing.Under normal circumstances, the physiological ovarian cysts disappear by themselves after the 2-3 month cycle. If it has not disappeared after the 3 -month cycle, it should be reviewed in time.
If it is a pure ovarian lump, there is no solid ingredient or nipple nodule in it, the border is clear, the blood supply is not rich, and it is more considered as a benign ovarian cyst.If the cyst does not exceed 5 cm, the B -ultrasound can be reviewed once in about half a year.
If the B -ultrasound is a chocolate cyst, you can decide whether to surgery according to your own fertility needs.
If the B -ultrasound prompts a solid ingredient or multiple nipples in the cyst, the border is unclear, the blood supply is abundant, or the tumor logo is significantly increased at the same time, and the possibility of malignancy is relatively high. It should be surgery as soon as possible.
For women who have menopause, if there is no ovarian cyst, it is found that the possibility of malignant after menopause is greater, and it must be highly valued!