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Chocolate Cyst, danocrine, sensikol vomilat. Pregnant?

Can Chocolate Cyst cause a late period? I m one week late, and when i check with my doc yesterday, he said i had chocolate cyst inside. However i was hoping i;m pregnant , but i m not. I don t know if i can be pregnant with the chocolate cyst inside. The diameter is 4x7. The doctor prescribed me Danocrine 200 mg, Sensikol and Vomilat. Can you please explain why my doc gave me these medicines?
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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hello, chocolate cyst can cause infertility in 30 - 40% females with this disease. actually it interferes with tubal motility and function, it may inhibit ovulation and ovum pick up by the tubal ends. so yes it is related with infertility and period irregularities . doctor gave you these drug to reduce the size chocolate cyst. other drugs are there to reduce reduce your blood cholesterol as the former is prone to cause weight gain(side effect) and the last one is vitamin and other essential nutrients important for you and your lovely to be baby. hope i satisfy your queries . have a healthy life ahead.
Answered: Wed, 23 May 2012
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