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|hi i m 25 yrs old,our marriage be 2 year we are want to a baby but we are not conceive in this time, ultra sound report is likely haemoreehagic cyst of left overy.so i want to know what is this problem & what's salutation & how cost
re: haemoreehagic cyst of left overy by Dr M.K. Gupta - Jan 2nd, 2012 11:19 pm
Dr M.K. Gupta
You may need laparoscopic surgery for your hemorrhagic cyst. you can get this surgery performed at World Laparoscopy Hospital.
You should know that one of the more common types of ovarian cyst is actually a hemorrhagic ovarian cysts. You may not have been conscious that you will find various kinds of ovarian cysts. Sometimes known as a blood cyst or hematocyst, a hemorrhagic cyst can cause a great deal of pain, and may even rupture in some instances.
A hemorrhagic cyst develops when one of the small blood vessels found in the wall of the recently formed cyst breaks for whatever reason. Blood from the vessel then spills into the body from the cyst, causing it to start swelling at a fairly consistent pace.
Because the blood engorged cyst swells, it stretches the covering around the ovary, developing a great deal of pain. Generally, the pain is felt across the right side from the abdominal area, even though some women find the pain seems emanate from the left side.
Together with creating a significant amount of pain, a cyst of the type will often begin to develop thrombus. The clots can further complicate the problem by restricting blood flow. This in turn increases the level of discomfort, as well as enhancing the risk for some type of harm to the ovaries.
A Hemorrhagic Ovarian cysts May Rupture if the correct treatment is not done on time.
While it is relatively uncommon, it is possible for a hemorrhagic ovarian cyst to rupture. When this happens, the blood which was encased within the cyst spills in to the abdominal cavity. The pain will intensify noticeably whenever a rupture occurs, as well as increase the chances for infection in the cavity.
While a hemorrhagic ovarian cysts can cause a lot of pain, there is not usually the need to undergo surgery. Oftentimes, the cyst will grow for any time period, then begin to shrink and finally disappear. Should you discover the pain is noticeable enough to disrupt your entire day or prevent you from sleeping soundly at night, your doctor can prescribe medication that will help you manage the discomfort until the cyst shrinks.
For the most part, cysts of this type are self-limiting. That is, they do not often spread, and therefore are not as likely to rupture than another cyst varieties. However, this does not mean you should avoid working with your physician to deal with the situation.
Monitoring the hemorrhagic ovarian cyst to make sure that it is starting to level off and doesn't pose a menace to the ovaries is essential. Whether or not the cyst ruptures, there might not be an excuse for surgery; with respect to the findings of the physician, taking antibiotics to assist using the pain and also to get rid of any opportunity for infection will be sufficient.
In situations where surgery to remove your hemorrhagic ovarian cyst is necessary, a lot of women can undergo a less invasive procedure referred to as a laparoscopy. This approach requires two or three small incisions that permit the surgeon to locate and take away the cyst with relative ease.
Assuming there are no complications throughout the surgical procedures or the recovery period, you could be healed in as little as a couple of weeks. However, your doctor can tell you what to anticipate, in line with the general status of the health, and any risks that would impact your recovery, such as obesity.
At our hospital this surgery by laparoscopy will cost you approximately 40,000 rupees.