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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Almost every woman suffers from one or the other gynaecological problem in her lifetime. Mostly, the cases are mild and are treatable, but some can be severe and lead to complications, such as affecting the fertility and even the quality of life. However, timely doctor visits and keeping your health in check can prevent several disorders.
Different gynaecological conditions can produce similar symptoms. For example, women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) may have irregular, heavy bleeding with spotting and post coital bleeding (PCB), but these symptoms could apply equally to women with a sub mucosal fibroid.
The Most Common Gynaecological Problems:
The Common Symptoms between these conditions:
- Pain, especially excessive menstrual cramps that may be felt in the abdomen or lower back
- Pain during intercourse
- Abnormal or heavy menstrual flow
- Painful urination during menstrual periods
- Painful bowel movements during menstrual periods
- diarrhoea, constipation and/or nausea
Consult with our Gynaecologist Dr. Amal al Mulla for best treatment plan for such conditions.
What treatment options for endometriosis?
There are several treatment options, which purpose to help relieve the symptoms and make life controllable, including pain medication, contraceptives and hormone medication, and surgery.
To discuss endometriosis treatment, book a consultation today with our consultant gynaecologist who specialises in endometriosis.
What medications are used to treat fibroids?
There are different kinds of medication that can be used to aid with fibroids. Medications will not remove fibroids, but they might shrink them or slow down their growth progress velocity. They work by disturbing the hormones that control the menstrual cycle. However, medication can be less effective for larger fibroids.
Can fibroids come back after treatment?
Even though the treatment possibilities accomplish a successful relief of fibroid symptoms, many do not cause fibroids to vanish but rather to shrink. In some cases, fibroids may grow again and effect in symptoms that require additional care.
The other option in which there is no risk of fibroids recurring is a hysterectomy, where the entire uterus is removed. However, this is a last option treatment and is not suitable for the majority of patients.
Do ovarian cysts always need removal?
Not all ovarian cysts require removal. Functional (follicular) cysts will often resolve naturally on their own accord. Surgery may be needed if the cysts are persistent or if there are symptoms. If there is a doubt of cancer, urgent surgery is necessary to make a diagnosis and also to provide treatment.
Will I lose my ovary?
Whether the surgery contains eliminating only the cyst or the entire ovary depends upon your age and what is seen during the procedure. If malignancy is assumed, then the ovary should be removed in order to abstain rupture and spillage of the cyst content. In every other occasion though, only the cyst will be removed.
How can I prevent recurrent ovarian cysts?
This can’t be possible to avoid ovarian cysts, but sometime taking on the contraceptive pill may prevent cyst-formation to a certain degree.
What are the follow-up procedures after removal?
After an ovarian cyst is removed, you will not need further tests if you do not develop any symptoms.
However, some types of ovarian cysts, such as endometriomas (chocolate cysts) and functional ovarian cysts, are more likely to recur than others. If you are concerned about recurrent cysts, you should undergo yearly pelvic ultrasound scans.
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