Ovarian cyst treatment
Ovarian cysts are benign formations that occur especially in the fertile period of the woman in the ovaries. Most cysts disappear by themselves, the treatment method being a simple expectation, others disappear with the help of natural treatments, but in some cases they suffer complications and manifestations that require surgical operation. Find out what treatment methods exist for ovarian cysts!
What is ovarian cyst?
Ovarian cysts appear when the follicle (which appears monthly) does not release the oocyte, which continues to develop into a fluid cavity that later turns into the cyst.
Ovarian cysts are common in women who are fertile and in most cases are benign and do not present a danger to their health.
How is ovarian cysts treated?
Expectation and monitoring
As I said above, most cysts disappear by themselves, which is why doctors do not recommend a particular treatment for women whose ultrasound appears a small cyst (less than 5 cm), simple.
It will be monitored constantly, through regular visits to the doctor to see any changes or to see if it has resurfaced.
You may have heard left and right about birth control pills being recommended to treat ovarian cysts. Considering that these are associated with ovulation and fertility of the woman, doctors recommend keeping cysts under control by prescribing oral contraceptives. They also help in their resorption. In addition, they also have a prophylactic role, preventing others from appearing.
It is often resorted to by naturalistic, homeopathic methods of diminishing an ovarian cysts until resorption.
Vitamin E (decreases the fibro-cystic formations in the uterus and ovaries);
shark cartilage (anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effect, helps to treat, as well as to prevent benign, but also malignant tumors;
macerated from raspberry madita (50 drops 2 times / day);
suppositories with fir resin and propolis (one a day);
seating baths with herbal teas before bedtime (horse tail and mouse tail).
It is possible to make mixtures of five plants from the following list which are to be macerated. It is administered 1 liter per day:
vitex agnus castus;
dead nettle white;
the shepherd's trauma.
Surgery appears in the last instance, when:
an excess developing cyst;
it continues to grow;
changes its shape;
causes abdominal pain;
it does not disappear after a few months.
In general, only the cyst is extracted, the ovary being not affected in any way (cystectomy). If the formations are relatively small, laparoscopic intervention is recommended.
If complications occur, complete removal of the affected ovary (unilateral ovariectomy) can be resorted to. However, this intervention only affects the fertility of the woman only partially, and she continues to benefit from the other functional ovary.
Ovarian torsion (rotation of the ovary that blocks the artery or ovarian vein) is a condition that requires emergency surgery because it manifests through severe abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. Twisted ovaries almost always involve cysts, teratomas or other meals.
In exceptional cases, when screened for evidence that the formations have cancer cells, the uterus and ovaries are completely removed.