Chances of pregnancy with chocolate cyst
(Kerela trivandrum india)
Hi, I am 24 yr female and my husband is 25 yrs, we r trying to get conceive for previous four months and the problem is I am having a chocolate cyst on my left ovary (5 cm), according to doctors’ advice I am undergoing for follicular study for past two months and through that its’ clear that I am ovulating, last month failed to get pregnant and this month waiting to know the result with fingers crossed today is my 20th day of menstrual cycle.
My question is will the chocolate cyst prevent from pregnancy?? And if I do laparoscopy for removing this cyst, can I get pregnant soon?? What to do can I wait to get pregnant for 2 months or better to go for surgery and try for baby ?? PLZ GIVE UR ADVICE!!Answer:
A chocolate cyst is caused by endometriosis and is formed by a small patch of endometrial tissue that bleeds and grows inside the ovary.
Endometriosis is the displacement of endometrial lining of the uterus to other locations within the reproductive organs. In the case of chocolate cyst, the endometrial lining migrates to the ovary. Endometrial tissue responds to the stimulation of estrogen which makes the endometrial tissue grow when its levels are high and when the drop, they make the endometrial tissue shed during the menstrual period.
When the endometrial tissue is not in its original location, in this case it is in the ovarian tissue, it cannot be eliminated though the body, but it still bleeds. The blood causes inflammation, pain, and scar tissue build up. As the blood builds up over time, it turns brown, that’s why it is called chocolate cyst. This type of cyst is not a functional cyst that can reabsorb itself, but it can grow and cause damage to the ovary.
A chocolate cyst on your left ovary can prevent you from ovulating on the left side but the right side will be fine and
you can still get pregnant.
If you remove the cyst your chances of conception will increase but you still need time to heal and scar tissue leftover both from the surgery and the endometriosis. Another possible side effect of laparoscopy surgery to remove the chocolate cyst is increased levels of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), which makes the ovaries less responsive. Your doctor will be able to explain if this is something you may be at risk or not.
In some cases the endometriosis will come back as surgery is effective in removing the endometriosis, but does not address the cause of endometriosis, which is excess estrogen stimulation.
If you decide to remove the cyst you still need to adopt a natural approach to the prevention of endometriosis formation, development and growth.
I would recommend doing a fertility cleanse
and follow the protocol of the EndoWise Remedy Kit
in conjunction with learning self-fertility massage
. These natural therapies work together to remove the cause of endometriosis, which is excess estrogen, support the body in breaking down scar tissue, inflammation and congestion. These therapies need time to be effective. So, give yourself 4-6 months’ time.
You can follow this protocol after surgery or before surgery to try to resolve the situation naturally. I want you to know that there are no guarantees that it will work, but if it does it may prevent you from going through surgery.
To make the right decision, listen to your heart and follow what it is best for you. Do not rush into having a baby, your baby will come when the time is right and when you least expect it. Most fertility doctors recommend a pre-conception time of 4 months before trying to conceive.
Once you are ready to conceive, consider charting your cycle by reading my guide to Fertility Charting And Natural Conception
in order to help you determine your most fertile time of the month and conceive faster.
Make sure to follow the endometriosis diet