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Makanan selepas buang cysts: DIET ALKALI Makanan beralkali SAYURAN: BAYAM MENTAH, ASPARAGUS, TIMUN TAUGEH BAWANG

PUTIH BROKOLI, SALAD, LABU, KUBIS, KACANG HIJAU, KELEDEK, CARROT, TOMATO, KULIT KENTANG, BUAH/MANISAN: ALOR VERA LIMAU, LEMON, MANGGA, BETIK, TEMBIKAI, EPAL, ANGGUR, KISMIS, KIWI, KURMA DAN BUAH TIN (FIG), NENAS, BUAH PIR, OREN, AVOCADO, PISANG BUAH BERANGAN, MADU LIAR, BIJIRIN/KEKACANG: BARLI KACANG SOYA, MINUMAN: SUSU SOYA TEH HIJAU, AIR LEMON SUSU SOYA, TEH HALIA. Makanan berasid SAYURAN: BAYAM YANG DIMASAK, KENTANG TANPA KULIT, BUAH/MANISAN: CERI MASAM, BUAH PLUM, BERI HITAM, KRANBERI, PRUN, MADU YANG DIPROSES, GULA PUTIH, GULA PERANG, PEMANIS TIRUAN SEPERTI NUTRA SWEET DAN EQUAL, BUAH DALAM TIN, COKLAT, BJIRIN/KEKACANG/BAHAN MAKANAN: ROTI, NASI, PASTA, TEPUNG GANDUM, KACANG PECAN , GAJUS, KACANG TANAH WALNUT, MINYAK JAGUNG, HAIWAN: AYAM DAGING LEMBU, AISKRIM, SUSU LEMBU, KEJU SUSU LEMBU, TELOR, MINUMAN: YOGURT, MINUMAN BERGAS, TEH, KOPI

Potong limau/lemon dan masukkan 2-3 hiris kedalam satu gelas air suam dan minum. Lemon menjadikan air 'alkaline' dan memberi banyak khasiat terhadap kesihatan badan kita. Seorang pakar dari Baltimore USA mengatakan air lemon boleh bunuh sel2 kanser dan ia lebih kuat lagi tindakan dari ubat kanser/chemotherapy. Untuk pesakit2 saya yang mengalami berbagai jenis ovarian cyst termasuk endometriosis , adenomyosis dan fibroids sila cuba minum segelas air lemon yang fresh tiga kali sehari selama 3-6 bulan dan lihat ada tak perubahan dan tumbuhan2 tersebut

How to Prevent Functional Ovarian Cysts
In order to prevent functional cysts, ovulation will need to be stopped. This will prevent ovarian cysts from forming during the menstrual cycle. The reason functional cysts are the only type which can be prevented is because they are the only type which form this way. Since functional cysts are the most common type, many doctors will recommend preventative measures to women who experience them. Women who are not planning to become pregnant right away will want to think about using a method of contraception which stops ovulation, such as the birth control pill or DepoProvera. It is generally recommended for women who want to prevent ovarian cysts to take a combination birth control, which contains more than one hormone. Low-dose birth control pills tend to be less effective at preventing functional cysts. There are two other ways to prevent functional ovarian cysts from occurring. Pregnant women are less likely to experience cysts because they are not ovulating. On a similar note, women who make the decision to breastfeed after giving birth will not begin ovulating until they have stopped. Thus, women who are breastfeeding are less likely to experience ovarian cysts as well. Many people believe that a diet which is rich in fruits and vegetables can help prevent ovarian cysts from occurring, but there is no medical evidence supporting this claim. That being said, there is nothing wrong with following a well-balanced diet. Even if a healthy diet does not prevent cysts, it can help prevent various types of cancers that affect women.

BIRTH PILL CONTROL WHAT ARE THEY? o Oral contraceptive medication made of hormones that women can take daily to prevent pregnancy 2 Types: Combined and progesterone Combined pills contain estrogen and progestin hormones Progesterone pills are progestin only  HOW DO THEY Hormones in the pill prevent pregnancy by keeping a woman’s ovaries from releasing eggs during ovulation

WORK?  The hormones thicken a woman’s cervical mucus and keeps the egg from joining with the egg  The hormones thin the lining of the uterus to prevent pregnancy by keeping a fertilized egg from attaching to the uterus

HOW DO YOU USE THEM? o The pills must be taken orally at the same time everyday

WHAT IF I FORGET TO TAKE THEM? o You could become pregnant depending on when you miss pills and how many of them you miss. This could happen if you don’t start a new pack on time and/or forget to take the last one or two pills in the pack. o You may need a backup method of birth control if you have vaginal intercourse during the seven days after a missed pill. Methods are the condom, female condom, diaphragm, or sponge. HOW EFFECTIVE IS IT? o Less than 1 out of 100 women will get pregnant each year if they always take the pill each day as directed. o About 8 out of 100 women will get pregnant each year if they don’t always take the pill each day as directed.

SIDE EFFECTS/ HEALTH RISKS o Some of the most common side effects usually clear up after two or three months. They include: o bleeding between periods (most often with progestin-only pills)

o breast tenderness o nausea and vomiting   • • • BENEFITS Women who do not need birth control often choose to take the pill for the other benefits it offers. Combination and progestin-only reduce menstrual cramps make periods lighter offer some protection against pelvic inflammatory disease

The combination pill offers many other benefits, including some protection against • acne • bone thinning • breast growths that are not cancer • ectopic pregnancy • endometrial and ovarian cancers • serious infection in the ovaries, tubes, and uterus • iron deficiency anemia • cysts in the breasts and ovaries • premenstrual symptoms, including headaches and depression • bad cramps • heavy and/or irregular periods