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Functional cyst and pregnancy

Functional cyst and pregnancy

Question:

- I'm pregnant in 19 weeks. Month by month I went to gynecology. At 7-8 weeks, at the first gynecological check, the doctor told me that a cyst is seen on the left ovary at the ultrasound. Duphastone prescribed me, which I took about 30-35 days, after which I was in control but the doctor had left definitively and had to call another who told me that I had the cyst but not I take the medicine, that was enough and that the best cure is pregnancy. What happens to the cyst if I don't treat it? The second problem is that blood flows from my right breast and sometimes a dark brown secretion similar to blood; It took me very little time, about two months (then it happened the first time). The gynecologist says to stay calm, probably from the breastfeeding of 4 years ago I probably had something left on the channels, but I'm still not reconciled with this answer. And at the moment I have the secretion when darker and more open; it flows very little, but it still exists, and sometimes I feel it through my breasts like an arrow. What do you advise me?

Answer:

The fact that you have used Duphaston for a certain period of time has used you both in trying to reduce the size of the ovarian cyst, as well as in supporting the placental function, so the development of pregnancy. Indeed, Duphaston administration is no longer necessary since the placenta is fully formed and can support the only present task.

The fact that you have used Duphaston for a certain period of time has used you both in trying to reduce the size of the ovarian cyst, as well as in supporting the placental function, so the development of pregnancy. Indeed, Duphaston administration is no longer necessary since the placenta is fully formed and can support the only present task.
In most cases this is a functional cyst; it appears as a result of a hormonal imbalance (of the sex hormones whose ovarian secretion is largely responsible), and the treatment of the functional ovarian cyst mainly consists in resting the ovaries (to force the cyst to reduce its size and to to regulate hormonal secretion), this can be achieved either by the treatment with hormonal products or by the state of gestation (pregnancy).


As for the galactorrhea (secretion from the breast level) reported by you, if the episode presented were an isolated one, then it would have been almost certain that it is just a cleaning of the galactophore channels performed by the new milk secretion, but the episodes repeated and the appearance of this secretion requires the continuation of investigations in order to elucidate the cause of these symptoms. An analysis of the externalized secretion can be performed at the nipple level, an analysis that can provide more data on the nature of this secretion. Also, a breast ultrasound can be helpful in this regard.

Good health!

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