Delay 3 weeks, test negative, ultrasound showed cysts, but the doctor said that they will go away on their own. Wait for your period or go to the doctor again?

Delay 3 weeks, test negative, ultrasound showed cysts, but the doctor said that they will go away on their own. Wait for your period or go to the doctor again?

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answers (2)

Answer 1
June, 2021

Good afternoon.

With such long-term changes in the menstrual cycle, we recommend visiting a gynecologist to identify the causes of cysts and prescribe treatment.

Answer 2
June, 2021

You did not write what kind of cyst.
But I think most likely you have a corpus luteum cyst, since the doctor said that everything will go away, often such cysts develop within 2-3 months, after which they spontaneously disappear.

Factors contributing to the formation of corpus luteum cysts:
Inflammation in the appendages.
Malnutrition or starvation,
Physical activity and prolonged stress.
artificial termination of pregnancy.
Hormonal contraception.
Preparation for in vitro fertilization (IVF).

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