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PCOS

What Is PCOS?

PCOS, polycystic ovarian syndrome,  is an abnormality that effects between 5 to 10% of pre-menopausal woman and is the most common cause of infertility in women.  It often has its inception in adolescence.

PCOS is a female hormonal disorder which presents with the formation of multiple or many (poly) abnormal ovarian cysts on the ovaries.  The vast majority of the cysts are completely harmless as they are merely fluid-filled sacs containing immature eggs that have attached to the ovary instead of releasing the egg. Some cysts however can continue to grow without dissolving or disintegrating on its own and start to hemorrhage which is often extremely painful and can be dangerous.

Confirming PCOS

PCOS can be identified and confirmed by means of an ultra sound or scan of the abdomen.

For additional information on the causes and symptoms of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, please visit my page: Symptoms and Causes of PCOS.

Ruptured Ovarian Cyst – What To Look For

Ovarian Cyst Or Ruptured Ovarian Cyst? Signs Are Similar

There are a great many signs and symptoms that can indicate a ruptured ovarian cyst.  Most all of these can also be signs of the presence of an ovarian cyst, so it can be somewhat confusing.  Some of the best advice is to pay careful attention to your body and what it is telling you.

If you are already aware that you have an ovarian cyst and are familiar with the symptoms that you experience, then you most certainly would be able to distinguish a sudden change in the intensity or frequency of those symptoms.  An often overlooked symptom can include pain during sexual intercourse or during a bowel movement caused by additional pressure to the abdominal cavity.

Know The Signs Of A Ruptured Ovarian Cyst

Be aware of your body’s language and seek immediate medical attention if you notice any of the symptoms of a ruptured ovarian cyst, especially if you have two or more in combination as this can be a strong indication of a problem that needs addressing.

Treatment For Ovarian Cyst – Your Options

Choose The Best Treatment For Ovarian Cyst

Usually when something is not quite right in your body, you know it.  You may not know exactly what it is but you know your body well enough to know that something is not as it should be.  Many times however, you can have an ovarian cyst and not even know it as many cysts are asymptomatic.

Know The Options Of Treatment For Ovarian Cyst

Once you are diagnosed your next step is to explore the options available for treatment for ovarian cyst.  Your doctor will naturally suggest the conventional treatment options which can be anything from watch and wait to surgical intervention, depending upon the situation.  What he likely won’t mention is the natural treatment for ovarian cyst that has helped thousands of women to shrink their ovarian cyst down to nothing without dangerous pills or surgery and has prevented the recurrence of ovarian cysts.  Before you make a decision

Read more at my page on treatment for ovarian cyst.

Dermoid Ovarian Cyst – Information You Can Use

Dermoid Ovarian Cyst – The Help You Need

Welcome to Dermoid Ovarian Cyst.org.  While I understand that the reason for your visit is not cause for celebration, as it likely means that you or someone that you know either suspects or has been diagnosed with a dermoid ovarian cyst or some other form of ovarian cyst, the good news is that there is help and information here for you.

Ovarian cysts in general are not all that uncommon in women of childbearing years.  Many women and even some young girls just out of puberty have been diagnosed with an ovarian cyst.  Once a woman reaches menopause the likelihood of developing an ovarian cyst decreases substantially.

While most ovarian cysts will dissolve on their own over time and cause no pain, complications can occur resulting in pain, hemorrhaging, ovarian twisting and even sepsis, so the condition should not be taken lightly.  Feel free to look around the site and gather as much information as you can, including resources that are posted here.

For specific information see my page: Dermoid Ovarian Cyst.