There is some belief that women who have cysts on the ovaries or ovaries may find it difficult to have children. Actually, ovarian cysts that are benign, and are small in size, do not really affect fertility. A woman can still get pregnant even though there are cysts on her ovaries. In addition, each woman has a pair of ovaries. When one of them is disturbed to the point that it does not function, there is still another one that allows pregnancy to occur. However, it must always be controlled by a gynecologist so that the cyst is not too dangerous for pregnancy.
In cysts that are more than 5 cm in diameter, they can twist during pregnancy, and if they burst, they can cause intense pain. These cysts can harm and interfere with fertility when they are actively growing and also have increased in size. Endometriation cysts can interfere with fertility because they can mechanically cause adhesions. The occurrence of adhesions itself can result in the release of a ripe egg which makes it difficult for the fimbriea to respond to or the end of the fallopian tube which makes fertilization difficult to occur.
In addition, there are endometriosis cysts which immunologically about fertility can also be hampered because of the emergence of an immune reaction that can interfere with the function of the egg cell, in sperm as well as in embryos naturally. If this continues to be allowed, the endometriosis can get worse and in general for women who find it difficult to get pregnant. Cysts that contain a thick fluid, and there are also shaped like grapes. These cysts also contain air, fluid or other materials. In general, cysts are not accompanied by complaints or symptoms. New complaints will arise when the size of the cyst has grown, or the location of the cyst can interfere with other organs around it. If you press the urinary tract, intestines and nerves or blood vessels large enough in the pelvic cavity area. Tumors can also cause various complaints such as difficulty defecating, digestive disorders, unable to defecate, tingling to the feet that are often swollen.
Another symptom is pain around the stomach, which can sometimes feel a slightly enlarged stomach. Symptoms if the cyst burst is sudden, very intense pain in the stomach, or the occurrence of heavy bleeding when you have sexual intercourse. Endometriosis cysts can also greatly interfere with sexual activity because they will experience pain during intercourse. Based on the level of malignancy of the cyst, this cyst has been divided into 2, namely non-neoplastic and neoplasty. These non-neoplastic cysts are benign and usually self-deflate in about 2 months to 3 months. Meanwhile, this neoplastic cyst is usually required to undergo a cesarean section. It also really depends on the size and nature. Besides ovarian cyst, can also grow in your female area and vulva area or the outermost part of the female area. Cysts that have grown in the female area, including inclusions, endometriosi and adenosis. In addition, cysts that have grown in the female area include barholini glands, sebaceous glands and epidermal inclusions.