Any woman can get an ovarian cyst at any time in her life. Ovarian cysts are diagnosed during a pelvic examination.There are several types of ovarian cysts.
Common Types of Ovarian Cysts
Follicular and corpus luteum which play a role in female reproduction are painless and resolve on their own in several cycles.
Dermoid cysts are cysts that are filled with cells which can produce teeth, hair and similar tissues.
A woman who suffers from endometriosis can get endometriomas cysts.
Cystadenomas is the benign cyst which contains watery fluid that forms on the ovary.
Ovarian cyst symptoms
Pain in the pelvic area,
Pain during sexual intercourse
Pain when passing a stool
Pressure on the bowels
Pain in the abdomen,
Pressure on the rectum or bladder
Pain during menstrual cycles
Feeling of fullness in the abdomen
Breast tenderness and nausea
Complicated cyst signs and symptoms
Ovarian torsion is when Ovarian cysts twist and block their own blood supply. In this case, women can have severe pain in the lower abdomen, nausea, and vomiting.
The premenopausal woman rarely has a cancerous cyst of the ovary. The lifetime risk of ovarian cancer is approximately 1 in 70.
The other rare cyst is Brenner’s tumors.
Ovarian cyst treatment
Most cysts resolve on their own. In these cases, the doctor only monitors the symptoms for two to three months.
The doctor can prescribe birth control pills which prevent ovulation to prevent a formation of a new cyst.
Surgery removal is recommended when it is important to eliminate severe symptoms or to ensure that the cyst is not cancerous.
Ovarian cyst removal
Here are Some Home Remedies Which May Help
Results may vary from person to person. What works for some people, does not work for others.
1. Infused oil
Mix the following herbs:
Three tablespoons white yarrow
Three tablespoons of St. John’s wortSt.
Three tablespoons of thyme
Three tablespoons of marigold
Fry the combined herbs in 500g of olive oil on low heat until the oil just starts to boil (2-3 minutes). Immediately removе the pan or skillet from the hotplate. Allow the herb infused oil to stand for 10 minutes and then filter it into a clean container. Keep the infused oil in the refrigerator. To use the oil, soak a tampon in the mixture and put it into the vagina just before going to bed. Do this for forty nights.
2. Maca Root
Maca root can balance the hormone levels in the body.With regular consumption of 3000 mg maca root you may heal ovarian cyst.
3. Chamomile tea
Drink Chamomile Tea to relief ovarian cysts pain.
Put two tea bags or two teaspoons of dried chamomile’s flower heads in one glass of boiled water. Cover the glass. Strain the liquid after five minutes. You can add honey. Consume the 2-3 glasses tea every day to get positive outcomes. Do not use chamomile if taking anticoagulants.
4. Apple Cider Vinegar
Put one teaspoon of Apple Cider Vinegar in one glass of warm water. Add one teaspoon of blackstrap molasses.
5. Dandelion Root Tea
Place one tablespoon of dandelion root in a saucepan. Cover with cold water and bring to boil. Simmer on low heat for 10 minutes. Stir occasionally. Let the tea steep for 10 minutes. Strain the liquid through a sieve into a cup. A teaspoon of honey or sugar may be added if desired. Drink once to three times a day before meals on an empty stomach.
Side effects: Usually there are no side effects of using dandelion root tea. But to some people, the root may cause hyperacidity and should be used with caution to avoid the overproduction of stomach acid. Dandelion may also interact with prescription drugs and in these cases it should be utilized under a doctor’s supervision.
Do not give up and believe in yourself!
If you want to succeed, you have to believe this is going to happen. I mean deep down, you have to know that your body is capable of removing the cyst. You cannot take no for an answer.
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