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Poly Natal Cyst
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Scan suspected poly cyst ovary, doc prescribed capsule oosure myo-inositol-1gm, 2 times a day, I am ttc? Wht does myo-inositol do? My weight 66kg, hgt:5'2
Good: Myo-inositol has research support in improving ovulation in women who have pcos. There is also research support that losing weight helps with fertility. Sometimes that's hard to do with pcos. The diagnosis of pcos requires more than just ultrasound suspicion of pcos. Skipped periods or excessive hair in a certain pattern would be required to meet diagnostic criteria. ...Read more
What causes a persistant cyst that comes out from the side of my knee replacement it was surgically removed and a poly exchange and it's back again?
I have mild poly cystic ovaries. Spotting brown for 3 weeks&3 days of pink btwen. Was on antibiotecs 3 days bfore spotting. Cysts? Depo? Preg? Antibio?
Any: Any of those are possible. Depo would not be my hormone of choice for your menstrual regulation, and of what I know about your case I would say that's the most likely cause of the unscheduled bleeding. You and your doctor may consider an alternate if this irregular bleeding is bothering you. ...Read more
I have has some sort of nose sore for three years I was told it was a tiny cyst and it was removed but it came back. I have tried vas, fucidin, poly?
I'm 24 unmarried, I have been diagnosed wd haemorrghic cyst (5X4mm) in left breast & poly cystic ovaries. What are the complications above problem?
PCOS: Polycystic ovarian syndrome is diagnosed by ultrasound, lab tests ; symptoms such as irregular periods, abnormal hair growth weight gain. Pcos predisposes one to diabetes, high cholesterol and other life long problems. Weight loss is typically crucial. Ovulation can be a problem for those wanting to conceive. Birth control can regulate menstrual cycles. ...Read more
Had a cyst forming out the side of knee implant, drained it-it returned, removed it and did a poly exchange-came back, that should rule out infection?
No: Only a proper sterile knee/cyst aspiration with the aspirate sent for a full white blood cell and culture and sensitivity analysis will ever fully rule out an infection. Consult your orthopedic surgeon regarding this. ...Read more
Hi. I am 23 years old & unmarried. Last days I felt moderate pain in lower abdomen. I undergone to ultrasound dr told me that I have poly cystic ovaries. Today I went to another hospital for ultrasound Dr told me that I have no any cyst. She told A/V uterus
It seems that you are getting inconsistent results. The truth is, polycystic ovaries are only seen some of the time on ultrasound. They should have a ring of cysts surrounding a somewhat large ovary.
To confirm/refute your polycystic ovaries, you should get a lab test-FSH and LH. Looking at their ratio, & your history, we will be able to give you a more accurate diagnosis. Make an appt to discuss ...Read more
Hormonal disorder: Polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos) is a common hormonal disorder among women of reproductive age. Infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods, excess hair growth, acne and obesity can all occur in women with polycystic ovary syndrome. The exact cause is unknown. I am attaching a good link. Http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/pcos/basics/symptoms/con-20028841. ...Read more
Just the name: Polycystic ovaries and polycystic kidneys are unrelated. The former is poorly-understood and probably a reaction pattern. The latter is a variable group of genetic diseases. ...Read more
Many do: Pcos often interferes with fertility to some degree but effected women can and do have kids. It makes it a bit harder for you to control the where or when if you are not sure you are ovulating at a specific time. If you just let nature figure it out and don't worry about it it can happen (if your not using birth control). ...Read more
I have Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome & I'm getting mixed messages about what my diet should be. Is it true that I should be avoiding grains?
I was just diagnosed with Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome. I've heard of women reversing their symptoms through a certain diet. What should my diet be?
Been told I have endometriosis and poly cystic ovarian syndrome, what are the chances of my partner and I having children?
PCOS: See a high risk obstetrician to help you conceive. ...Read more
Yes: The management of polycystic ovarian syndrome involves treatment of individual components of the syndrome, which include hirsutism, oligomenorrhea, infertility, glucose intolerance, and obesity. Oral contraceptives are used to manage the first two problems. Weight loss with diet and exercise is important. ...Read more
HCAS.: Pcos is best described at hcas - hyperandrogenism and chronic anovulation syndrome. It is frequently the result of obesity that produces excess androgens from the subcutaneous fat deposed all over the body; that in turn inhibits monthly ovulation starting a vicious circle of hormonal imbalance that can only be stopped with weight loss and/or metformin/ocps. ...Read more
Most likely: A good strategy for increased fertility in pcos patients with excess body weight is to lose a little bit of that weight while possibly simultaneously undergoing medical strategies. It's possible to get pregnant doing just one or just the other, but combined is usually better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer