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History of chocolate cyst. Regular periods. Had two deliveries. How to stop recurrence of cyst?

Hello Doc i am mother of two baby girls i just delevered baby girl before 4 months. my 1st child was ivf because of cholote cyste and other was netural. now my 2nd baby is on bottle feed because i have no milk in my breast . and my periods are regular can syst ocure again what should i do to stop reoccurence of chocolate cyst?? please help. my age is 34.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
Chocolate cysts are a manifestation of endometriosis.
Endometriosis can be treated by medical / surgical options.
Medical options include progesterone preparations, danazol and GNrh Analogue injections.
If disease is uncontrolled, surgical excision of cysts is required.
Actually, pregnancy and breastfeeding are protective for endometriosis.
There is no known cure for it, nor any specific steps to prevent its recurrence, however as it is estrogen dependent condition, once you approach peri menopause, it automatically gets better.
Take care.
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