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Problematic issues of treatment of patients of reproductive age with functional ovarian cysts

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2018.5(131):80–85; doi 10.15574/HW.2018.131.80

Shapoval O. S.
SI «Zaporizhzhya Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education Ministry of Health of Ukraine»

The objective: increase the effectiveness of treatment and improve the quality of life of patients with functional ovarian cysts.

Materials and methods. The study included 104 patients with functional ovarian cysts of reproductive age and 50 healthy women. A general clinical, psychological, sonographic, immunological, molecular genetic examination was conducted.

Results. The analysis of the study data revealed the presence of chronic inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs in 72.83% of the patients, the infection with Ureaplasma spp. in 39.58% of cases, Gardnerella vaginalis – 64.58%, Mycoplasma spp. – in 20.80%, Chlamidia trachomatis– in 23.08%. When conducting an ultrasound study, only 23.08% of patients manage to establish the nature of the cysts of the ovary. There was a high level of personal anxiety in 52.24% of patients

Conclusion. The application of our proposed complex therapy of functional ovarian cysts in women of reproductive age showed a high recovery rate and a low relapse rate.

Key words: functional ovarian cysts, reproductive age, treatment, prophylaxis, micronized progesterone.


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