32 years old, no sexual relations, menstrual cramps, the first day to come in small amount of huge pain, the second day the amount can still stomach also does not hurt, the third day there is no more.Today, I went to the gynecology department of the county hospital, and the doctor told me to do an ultrasound to see, and the ultrasound said there was a hypoechoic mass and suggested an MRI.Or do I need to observe the situation for three months and then recheck?
To send you this examination report, should consider these ovarian cysts, but now is already relatively large, you can take oral Gui Zhi Fu Ling capsule, and then the appliance to do a review, to see if more than five centimeters, is generally one on the consideration of surgery
Hello, from the test results it is possible that the symptoms are caused by ovarian cysts, which do not cause low menstrual flow and abdominal pain during menstruation.It is possible that the abdominal pain during menstruation is caused by other reasons. You can use a hot water bag to warm your abdomen during menstruation.
Hello, your examination ultrasound shows that the right adnexal area hypoechoic, larger, it is recommended to check the female tumor markers, the best further examination, laparoscopic surgery if necessary, regular review, keep your mood relaxed, pay attention to perineal hygiene, no spicy and stimulating food.
The source of this hypoechoic mass is not clear in this examination, it just says adnexal, whether this adnexal is ovary or fallopian tube is not known.MRI can be done, which is beneficial to determine the source.
Dysmenorrhea can be slowly relieved by daily dietary regimen, which is a long-term solution.Pay attention to a balanced diet during the day.Do not neglect regular meals and eat excessive sweets and salty foods because of weight loss.Although a healthy diet cannot eliminate menstrual cramps.It works wonders to improve the health of the whole body.Avoid overly sweet or salty junk food, which can cause abdominal bloating and slow movement, and eat more vegetables, fruits, chicken and fish, and try to eat small, frequent meals.