Unable to conceive due to cysts in ovary

Hi, I am 30 years old, married. Earlier I used to have regular but very painful periods and got my chocolate cyst (9 cm) of left ovary operated in march 2013. Had taken Lu pride injection and had no periods till 7th months of my operation.

Doctor had suggested for immediate conception after resuming of my periods but I could not conceive so far. The pain remained the same after my operation also and I used to take “Super spas” I again consulted a gynecologist on 21st September 2015. I got my sonography done and again have 2 cm cyst in left ovary only. Medication are on. I am taking” Productive F” tablet after breakfast and “Ovigyn DSR and overall G” after dinner. Doctor said that the cyst will be dissolved with these medicines but she did not assure me. She also said that because of the cysts in ovary I am not conceiving though I am getting regular periods. When I asked the doctor that what is my right ovary doing. She said that right ovary also might have small cysts which could not be diagnosed in sonography.

Please suggest. Thanks.

 

Unable to conceive due to cysts in ovary
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Obstetrics & Gynae

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  1. Hello Dear,

    Thank you for writing to us at MediMetry.
    Endometriosis is a disease when normal endometrial tissue is found at ectopic sites that is out of uterine cavity. As you got operated and was given agonist to suppress the disease, it worked for that period. But, it can reappear with time again leading to symptoms or cyst formation in ovaries, adhesions etc all leading to subfertility and infertility.
    You are suggested to visit an infertility specialist and take help so that you can conceive. Pregnancy itself suppresses endometriosis for a long period. So, it's the treatment for you at this time. Small 2cm cyst needs no surgical intervention and can be taken care of medically. But you will not conceive till you are on contraceptive pills. So , after this suppression with pills for 2 to 3 months, go for treatment for conception.
    Hope this answers your query. Feel free to write back to us with follow-up questions.
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