Surgical treatment can be preferred according to the number, size and location of the patient’s chocolate cyst. Laparoscopic surgery should be preferred, especially if patients have a problem of not being able to conceive.
Since the disease causes inflammation in the abdominal cavity and causes adhesions in the tube and ovaries, the disease disrupts the compatibility of the inner wall of the uterus for pregnancy and leads to a decrease in ovarian reserve, thus leading to infertility.
DOES A CHOCOLATE CYST GO TO STOPPING?
Small-sized chocolate cysts can be eliminated by the patient’s avoidance of trigger foods, and very small-sized endometriosis with drug treatment.
CHOCOLATE CYST AND DEPRESSION
Pain due to chocolate cyst disease causes women to fall behind in their social life. It causes them to experience anxiety and depression due to the symptoms they experience.
WHO CAN HAVE CHOCOLATE CYST?
What causes a chocolate cyst is still unknown. Studies have shown that it is more common in women of reproductive age, obesity, malnutrition, and women with a family history of chocolate cysts.