What are the characteristics of ovarian cysts? What are the special manifestations of ovarian cysts?

What are the characteristics of ovarian cysts? What are the special manifestations of ovarian cysts?

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What are the characteristics of ovarian cysts? What are the special manifestations of ovarian cysts?

Ovarian cysts in the clinical manifestations of small abdominal pain, abdominal discomfort, increased vaginal discharge, leucorrhea yellow, vaginal discharge, menstrual disorders and other symptoms.

However, these several are more common, menstrual disorders can be because of endocrine, it can be because of uterine fibroids, can be endometriosis, etc., it can not only represent ovarian cysts.

So what are the characteristics of ovarian cysts?

Characteristics of ovarian cysts 1. The thickness of the abdomen is thick. Many women with ovarian cysts have obvious “general belly”. The pressing type can obviously feel the swelling in the abdomen, and it will feel bloating and so on.

2, menstrual disorders caused by ovarian cysts, it is characteristic.

The tip ovary and even the bilateral ovarian cysts do not cause menstrual disorders because they do not destroy all normal ovarian tissue.

Some uterine bleeding is not endocrine, or due to ovarian cysts, the pelvic vascular distribution changes, causing endometrial congestion.

Or due to direct transfer of ovarian malignant cysts to the endometrium.

Menstrual disturbances caused by endocrine tumors often combined with other secretion effects.

3, sometimes with abdominal pain, or pain on the left and right side of the general tumor without complications, and very little pain, so patients often feel bloating, but the pain is reduced.

Generally, women with pain suddenly occur, or multiple tumor pedicles are reversed, or even caused by cyst rupture, bleeding or infection.

Of course this is a benign tumor.

Nausea caused by abdominal cancer, leg pain, and pain often make patients see an emergency.

4, ovarian cysts with large compression symptoms of ovarian cysts can cause breathing difficulties and palpitations due to compression of the diaphragm, ovarian cysts with a large number of ascites can also cause paralysis.

However, some patients with ovarian cysts have difficulty breathing due to complications or bilateral pleural effusions, and often have ascites.