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Question: I have a chocolate cyst..wat shud i do nw for concvng

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Answer: Chocolate cyst interferes with conception and needs to be removed. but if your menstrual cycle is irregular or you are having pain or it is also associated with endometriosis then you might ask you for lap surgery So you should start the medical treatment after consulting your gynecologist.
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Question: Any treatment for chocolate cyst
Answer: Treatment will depend on several factors, including: your age your symptoms whether one or both ovaries are affected whether or not you want to have children If the cyst is small and not producing symptoms, your doctor may advise a watch-and-wait approach. They may also recommend medication that inhibits ovulation, such as the birth control pill. This can help control pain and slow the growth of cysts, but it can’t cure them. Surgery to remove the cysts, called an ovarian cystectomy, is often recommended for women who have: painful symptoms cysts larger than 4 cm cysts that may be cancerous (but a 2006 review estimates less than 1 percent of cysts are cancerous) infertility The surgery is generally done via a laparoscope. A laparoscope is a thin, long tube with a light and camera on the end that help doctors perform the procedure. It’s inserted through a small incision. The surgery is controversial in terms of whether it hurts or helps fertility. Even when the surgeon is highly skilled, healthy ovarian tissue can be removed along with the cyst. That may negatively affect ovarian function. However, the inflammation and toxic environment a chocolate cyst can produce may do more harm to fertility than surgery. Discuss all of your options and concerns with your doctor before beginning treatment.
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