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what is ovarian Cysts?

A: ovarian cysts are fluid filled sacs in the ovary. There are many types of ovarian cysts like graafian follicle cysts, corpus luteum cysts, hemorrhagic cysts, dermoid cysts and pathological cysts like due to cancer. The ovarian cysts can cause some problems like abdominal pain, cycle irregularities and infertility etc. Diagnosis is made by pelvic ultrasound and blood tests. Treatment depends upon underlying cause. Some cysts don''t require treatment. But pathological cysts can be managed by surgery and use of birth control pills....

what is an ovarian cyst and what causes ovarian cyst?

A: ovarian CYSTS ARE HARMLESS : ovarian cysts are small fluid-filled sacs that develop in a woman's ovaries. Most cysts are harmless, but some may cause problems such as rupturing, bleeding, or pain. ovarian cysts affect women of all ages. The vast majority of ovarian cysts are considered FUNCTIONAL (or physiologic) or simple cyst. In other words, they have nothing to do with disease. Most ovarian cysts are benign, meaning they are NOT cancerous, and many DisAPPEAR on their own in a matter of weeks without treatment. Cysts occur most often during a woman's childbearing years. Some ovarian...

what are ovarian Cysts?

A: ovarian cysts are fluid filled bodies that form on ovaries, and there are many types that may have few to many symptoms. Many women will get an ovarian cyst occasionally, and most are unlikely to notice the fact since the cyst will generally recess on its own with no treatment. Other cysts may grow large, become painful, and run the danger of rupturing, which can harm the ovary and is a medical emergency. The most common types of ovarian cysts are called functional cysts, and these occur when something goes wrong during ovulation. An ovary produces a follicle each month, which is similar to a cyst, and this releases an egg. Sometimes the...

what is ovarian Ultrasound?

A: ovarian ultrasound is a type of medical imaging which is used to visualize the ovaries. This type of ultrasound may be used in cases where it is suspected that a patient has a problem with her ovaries, or in patients who are undergoing evaluation for infertility. Like other types of ultrasound, it can be performed as an outpatient procedure in a medical clinic or hospital, and the ultrasound imaging may be done by a doctor or by an ultrasound technician. Ultrasound imaging uses sound waves to create a picture of what is going on inside the body. It works much like radar, with the sound waves...

Does anyone know what causes ovarian cysts and/or what can be done to prevent them?

A: ovarian cysts are when you release an egg and there is nothing there to fertilize it, it usually passes through, but the egg attaches itself to your ovaries and then it forms a cyst. I get them all the time- birth control can prevent them- u would normally get them around the time you ovulate. The normal function of the ovaries is to produce an egg each month. During the process of ovulation, a cyst-like structure called a follicle is formed inside the ovary. The mature follicle ruptures when an egg is released during ovulation. The corpus leteum forms from the empty follicle and if pregnancy does not occur, the corpus leteum dissolves....

what are Some ovarian Cyst Symptoms?

A: There are many things that may indicate you have an ovarian cyst, yet ovarian cyst symptoms are not always present. Some women have an occasional cyst without being aware of it, if these cysts are small they may recess without pain or problem. ovarian cyst symptoms can sometimes be difficult to recognize because they may be similar to symptoms of other conditions involving the abdomen, like appendicitis. Other conditions affect the reproductive system and have symptoms similar to an ovarian cyst. These conditions include ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis, cancer of the ovaries and pelvic inflammatory disease.

Help with ruptured ovarian cyst?

A: 18 Jun 2011 Seek medical help. Recently my friends mom had a operation regarding this, since the surgery she has felt way better. You can''t overcome this by yourself, or on your own, you must seek help. Votes:+0CommentVote upReport shebop 18 Jun 2011thanks tj, I guess I should have explained my ordeal a bit more. I just seen my PCP on wed and she is aware, also have a appt sched w gyn next week. I''m prescribed oxycodone 5-10mg every 6hrs prn and also take lyrica. I guess I''m looking to hear from people with similiar situations. I''m still in pain and can''t get comfortable, barely able to move. Just wondering if any1 has suggestions on how to get comfortable. Guess, I''ll give sleep a try again. Shebop auntniknik...


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 an indication of an

what is an ovarian cyst?

A: An ovarian cyst is a sac filled with fluid or a semisolid material that forms on or within one of the ovaries, the small organs in the pelvis that make female hormones and hold egg cells. There are different types of cysts, many of which are normal and harmless (benign). Functional cysts, which are not disease related, occur as a result of ovulation (the release of an egg from the ovary). Functional cysts generally shrink over time, usually within 60 days, without specific treatment. Functional ovarian cysts, which are relatively common, should not be confused with other types of cysts that are disease related....

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