An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled sac within the ovary. Often they cause no symptoms. Occasionally they may produce bloating, lower abdominal pain, or lower back pain. Many small cysts occur in both ovaries in polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Sex is a natural, normal part of pregnancy -- if you're having a normal pregnancy. Penetration and intercourse’s movement won't harm the baby, who is protected by your abdomen and the uterus’ muscular walls. Your baby is also cushioned by the amniotic sac’s fluid.
Your doctor may advise you not to have sex if you have any of the following types of high-risk pregnancy:
You're at risk for miscarriage or history of past miscarriages
You're at risk for preterm labor (contractions before 37 weeks of pregnancy)
You're having vaginal bleeding, discharge, or cramping without a known cause
Your amniotic sac is leaking fluid or has ruptured membranes
Your cervix has opened too early in pregnancy
Your placenta is too low in the uterus (placenta previa)
You're expecting twins, triplets, or other "multiples"
Brown discharge which you had should be considered as menses. These kind of bleeding and spotting which you are having is because of hormonal changes related to pcod. As you did not mention your weight, it is difficult to advise. Also please mention about excessive hair growth and acne. Weight reduction is the only way to controll these symptoms. Also if thyroid levels are not tested yet, please get it done.
Hello lybrate-user. Ask her to go and consult gynae doctor. She have to take proper treatment and do exercise. .There are chances of infertility if not taking proper treatment of pcod. So its better to consult gyane doctor and will give her best advice that she need medicine or not. Thank you.
If you wants to cure your cyst permanently without surgery then you have to do proper homoeopathic treatment, hormonal therapy have Soo many adverse effects on your health, Soo you can contact me through Lybrate in private consultation.
Normal menstruation can last from one to seven days, although for most women with regular menstrual cycles, their period lasts an average of three to five days. It's important to note that nothing is wrong if your period is a couple days longer or shorter than the average three to five days.