Gynecology and Hormonal Disorders
Diagnosis and Treatment of Hormonal Disorders There are some symptoms of hormonal disorders in women. Excessive hair growth, hair loss, acne, sexual reluctance, irregular menstrual cycles are the most common symptoms. Hormonal disorders, hormonal diseases can cause some ovarian cysts, uterine cancers, and infertility in women. For this reason, it is very important to detect and treat early. Treatment methods can also be resolved by prescribing medical drugs. If you suspect hormonal diseases, it is recommended to be examined by an obstetrician as soon as possible. Bartholin's Cyst Bartholin's glands are glands located in both parts of the vaginal opening that provide lubrication during sexual intercourse. In some cases, lubrication does not occur and the liquid goes back to the diapers. This causes inflammation in the glands. Sometimes vaginal cleaning deficiencies, sometimes chemical or traumatic conditions cause this cyst to form.
Treatment varies according to the course of the disease. In some cases, treatment methods such as antibiotics or sitting in hot water at home are sufficient, but in some cases, the inflamed area may need to be drained or surgically cleaned. Ovarian cysts Some cysts formed in the ovaries affect the fertility of women. Ovarian cysts are more common. The most common cysts are simple cysts, dermoid cysts, cysts seen in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, and chocolate cysts. Myoma and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome are among the most common gynecological diseases in women.
Myoma and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome are health problems that can lead to infertility. Fibroids can be defined as benign, non-cancerous tumors found in the uterus. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) causes ovulation disorders, enlargement of the ovaries, hormonal disorders, menstrual irregularity. This disease is a type of disease that is frequently encountered in women and can cause infertility in expectant mothers. PCOS can be considered as an important ovarian disease for women. High insulin levels, high androgen levels, and a family history of POS are important risk factors for POS. During the treatment process, lifestyle changes (diet and exercise) and regular use of birth control pills are effective in some cases for fibroids and PCOS. However, in severe cases, different treatments are preferred. In fibroids, in some cases, follow-up and in some cases, surgery may be required. Chocolate cyst Chocolate cysts are a disease that occurs when the endometrium layer starts to grow in an extra-uterine region. It is one of the diseases that can affect fertility in women. It can disrupt the ovary structure. They are known as non-cancerous cysts and have a very low risk of becoming cancerous. It can cause infertility. It can damage the ovaries. Surgical removal of cysts larger than 4 cm will be an effective treatment method.