Ovarian Cysts - What are Ovarian Cysts?

Ovarian cysts are tiny sacs, filled with fluid that grow in women's ovaries. The one's that rupture cause bleeding and pain. It is these problematic cysts that need to be treated naturally and eliminated for good. It is vital to know how the ovaries work and how ovarian cysts develop.

In general women have two ovaries. The main function of the ovaries is to generate eggs and discharge them. An ovary normally grows to the size of a walnut. An ovary is situated on either side of the uterus. A woman’s monthly menstrual cycle begins when the ovary generates that single egg for the month. The egg is surrounded by a sac which is known as a follicle. The egg swells in the ovary until such time that Estrogen indicates to the uterus that it should ready itself for the egg. This begins the process where the coating of the uterus starts to coagulate and ready itself for implantation of the fertilized egg. The outcome of this implantation is Pregnancy. This phase transpires every month and finishes when the egg remains unfertilized. If the egg remains unfertilized all the contents of the uterus are then discharged. This phase is known as the menstrual cycle or period.

Ovarian cysts look a lot like bubbles. A cyst holds only fluid and is encircled by a fine wall. Such a cyst is known as a functional or simple cyst. Sometimes a follicle does not tear open and discharge the egg. This results in the fluid being confined which then develops into a cyst. Generally only one of the ovaries gets affected by a cyst. Cysts about one and half inch in size usually exist in a normal ovary when follicles are being produced. Dermoid Cysts grow upto 6 inches in diameter and Cystadenomas become large and may grow upto 12 inches or more in diameter.

Women of all ages are affected by Ovarian cysts but they cysts most commonly occur during the childbearing years. A woman who is menstruating and her body is producing the hormone estrogen, is more likely to develop a cyst. Postmenopausal women rarely develop ovarian cysts since they do not have menstrual periods anymore. Instead of the traditional hormonal medication which is only a temporary solution, the root cause should be by natural methods and techniques, so that they don’t re-occur.

Other Topics : Symptoms of Ovarian Cysts.  Causes of Ovarian Cysts.  Diagnosing Ovarian Cysts.  When to Seek Natural Treatment for Ovarian Cysts?  Treating Ovarian Cysts.  The Natural Ovarian Cyst Relief Secrets EBook

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  1. It surprises me how few people seem to fully understand ovarian cysts. They are a pain in the butt! I know someone who constantly has to deal with them and I have had to deal with them in the past as well.

  2. Hello
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