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Can a woman with ovarian cyst conceive?

A: An ovarian cyst, as the term suggests, is nothing but a cyst that is formed on the ovaries. The ovaries form a very important part of the female reproductive system, as they are responsible for producing the egg. These structures are about as big as an almond, and they are placed on either side of the uterus. At times tiny fluid filled sacs or cysts form on the ovaries, these are referred to as ovarian cysts. ovarian cysts are not that uncommon a phenomenon, in-fact, as per recent research, a woman is said to develop at least one ovarian cyst...


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How Do I Treat a Large ovarian cyst?

A: ovarian cysts are common in women of child-bearing age and do not generally cause any symptoms. These cysts can be caused by conditions such as endometriosis or polycystic ovarian syndrome, but often no cause is found. Most cysts are small and do not cause any problems, although a large cyst may form that can put pressure on surrounding tissues and cause a lot of pain. Treatment options for a large ovarian cyst may include the use of over-the-counter or prescription medications, hormonal therapies, or even surgery. Doctors will often monitor a large

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How Do I Treat an ovarian cyst During Pregnancy?

A: While an ovarian cyst during pregnancy is quite common, it cannot usually be treated through common methods since medications and herbal remedies are often considered dangerous for the fetus. Fortunately, there are more natural ways to treat the pain and help the cyst clear up. Drinking lots of filtered water can help the body deal with an ovarian cyst during pregnancy, while a hot compress can help ease the pain often associated with this issue. Surgery is usually reserved for an ovarian cyst during pregnancy that does not appear to be going away on its own, and is usually only considered in the second trimester....


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What kind of folk remedy should I take to dissolve my ovarian cysts?

A: ovarian cysts are a very common problem for women. ovarian cysts are very similar to blisters and are fluid filled sacs. There are different types of ovarian cysts and most of them are quite harmless and pass without the need for any medical treatment, but it would be advisable to get medical advice as at time if the cyst does not go away on its own there can be complications. There are often no visible symptoms, and when present the cysts would most likely cause a dull ache or feeling of pressure or fullness in the abdomen. The presence of pain during intercourse and otherwise could also be...
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What Are the Treatments for an ovarian cyst in Menopause?

A: Treatment for an ovarian cyst in menopause may depend on a range of factors, including the age and overall health of the woman. The size of the cyst and its shape play a role in determining the optimal treatment as well. Sometimes hormone treatments or watchful waiting is used. In many cases, however, doctors recommend surgery to remove the cyst to rule out the possibility of cancer. This is due to the fact that older, menopausal women have a higher risk of developing ovarian cancer than younger, pre-menopausal women. When a woman develops a cyst or a mass that appears to be an ovarian cyst...


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What can I do for suspected ovarian cyst?

A: Information on cyst A cyst or sac filled with fluid, which develops in the ovary is referred to as an ovarian cyst. They resemble bubbles in an ultrasound. Developing one or more of ovarian cyst is common in women. The various kind of ovarian cysts are corpus luteum cyst, follicular cyst, endometrioid cysts, hemorrhagic cyst, polycystic appearing ovary and dermoid cyst. Most of them are harmless, though a few result in pain and bleeding. The...
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Is it possible that I had a ruptured ovarian cyst last year- and had notreatment for it?If yes, what are thecomplications?

A: Hi Madam, ovarian cysts are usually painless and sited during routine ultrasounds but ruptured cyst may causesevere pain during periods, particularly before or at the time of end of the cycle, pain during sexualintercourse, and pain in the abdomen. In addition, one may experience irregular menstrual cycle, which mightbe shorter or longer than the normal cycle, if it was a ruptured cyst. These cysts may also cause excessivebleeding and/or tiny bleeding that can occur throughout the cycle similar to the bleeding you are experiencingafter your periods. If untreated, ruptured cyst in few cases may cause infection and hemorrhage which can leadto...
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How can I treat a right ovarian cyst?

A: Your question regards treatment of an ovarian cyst and ovarian disease. First of all, ovarian cysts and ovarian disease needs to be evaluated by your physician. Your physician will make the diagnosis, and then treatment will be based on your diagnosis. According to the Mayo Clinic''s Web site, there are three main ways to treat ovarian cysts. The first is a wait-and-see approach. This is usually done in patients that do not have symptoms and the cyst is a simple cyst less than 2 cm in diameter. Another option is for your physician to prescribe...


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What Is Involved in Laparoscopy for an ovarian cyst?

A: Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive type of surgical procedure that involves the use of surgical instruments, small incisions, and a small video camera that allows a doctor to see inside the body to perform surgery without making a large incision. When a patient undergoes laparoscopy for an ovarian cyst, a surgeon inserts special instruments through small incisions in order to see the ovarian cyst to remove it. Laparoscopic surgery is often the preferred option for removing cysts because it is associated with less discomfort, fewer scars, and shorter recovery times than typical open surgery procedures. Though laparoscopy for an ovarian

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What Do I Need To Know About A 2.7 Cm Complex ovarian cyst?

A: Complex cyst tend to be rare and consist of both solid and liquid components. If not treated ovarian cysts can become cancerous, are painful and uncomfortable. They can also cause a miscarriage and/or cause infertility. Contributing causes tend to be obesity and lifestyle. Treatment tends to consist of surgery, however, drug management may be considered. If you know the exact size of your cyst, you''ve clearly already been to see your doctor and you need to follow their recommendation. In general, treatment options range from drugs to see if the cyst will shrink to immediate emergency surgery. This depends on the origin of the cyst and if it...


 
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