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Cysts On Ovaries

Cysts on ovaries can be the largest deterrent to a woman being able to carry a pregnancy to term. The ovary is the part of the female body that produce eggs, so having a cyst on that part of the body can make things very difficult for a woman's health and the desire to bear children. The cyst is a buildup of fluid within a sac that typically contains a liquid or gas. While most cysts on the ovaries can come and go without any issue, there still are cysts that make certain situations untenable. After all, cysts can be a sign of tumors, which in turn can be the early stage of ovarian cancer. But that's just the worst-case scenario and often is not the case for most women.

Cysts on Ovaries That Burst

While cysts on ovaries that burst sounds particularly difficult, the reality is that they can be easily diagnosed and dealt with. While the cysts themselves come and go, the warning signs that one has burst can be varied. A sharp pain in the pelvis or unnatural bleeding are the most likely signs of bigger problems. It may only be that a cyst has grown too large (about five centimeters) for the body. This can lead to other problems, like fever and dizziness and a distended abdomen. Let a doctor decide what the best plan is for you.

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Cysts On Ovaries During Pregnancy

Having a group of cysts on ovaries during a pregnancy can be a scary thought.
Most of the time, however, they are benign. They can be picked up during the usual ultrasound treatment, so it's not typically something to panic over. However, if there's discomfort not related to the pregnancy, that's when the doctor has the option to go as far as having surgery to remove the offending cysts. This is usually done sometime after the first trimester of the pregnancy, so as to see if the cyst acts normally.

Cysts On Ovaries While Pregnant

Cysts on ovaries while pregnant can be scary, but treatable when necessary. Most of the time, the female body will work the same way it usually does with cysts. However,
if there is a large cyst noticed, there is the potential for serious pain or even a miscarriage. While most of the possible PCOS treatments described above will work, doctors are careful not to cause any problems with the pregnancy. They will notice the cyst via the ultrasound, and then if the problems persist, then take action to remove the cyst surgically.

Cysts on Ovaries Treatment

The best way to treat cysts on ovaries varies with every situation. If you're dealing with a sharp abdominal pain, then a
doctor may prescribe antibiotics or pain killers to solve the problem and prevent an infection.

If the cysts get twisted in the body or grow to a painful size, then surgery will have to be scheduled. The most likely surgery will be laproscopy, where the cysts will be removed via an incision on the woman's bikini line. The cysts will then be examined to see if there are any other circumstances that need to be prepared for. However, the most likely treatment will be nothing at all and just waiting for the cyst to go away.

It's important to remember that cysts do come and go without problems, listening to your body is the best way to treat the problem. If a woman has sharp pains in the stomach or other areas, go to a doctor who can diagnose the preferred treatment. Letting the problem fester is the wrong thing to do, as cysts on ovaries can be dealt with properly if diagnosed early enough.