PRESERVE YOUR FERTILITY
PRESERVE YOUR OVERY
PREVERSE YOUR EGG
GET PREGNANT AND HAVE YOUR CHILDREN.
SURGERY TO REMOVE OVARIAN CYST SHOULD ALWAYS BE THE LAST OPTION AS IT MAY LEAD TO THE REMOVAL OF ONE OF THE TWO OVARIES OR REMOVAL OF THE TWO OVARIES THAT PRODUCE EGGS FOR FERTILIZATION.
THIS MEANS CHANCES OF GETTING PREGNANT IN LIFE IS LIMITED OR NOT POSSIBLE AGAIN.
YOU MAY NEVER GET PREGNANT IF THE TWO OVARIES ARE REMOVED WHILE REMOVING THE CYSTS THROUGH SURGERY
The ovaries are two small, bean-shaped organs that are part of the female reproductive system. A woman has two ovaries – one each side of the womb (uterus).
The ovaries have two main functions:
To release an egg approximately every 28 days as part of the menstrual cycle.
To release the female sex hormones, oestrogen and progesterone, which play an important role in female reproduction.
Ovarian cysts may affect both ovaries at the same time, or they may only affect one.
Symptoms of an ovarian cyst
An ovarian cyst usually only causes symptoms if it splits (ruptures), is very large, or blocks the blood supply to the ovaries.
In these cases, you may have:
pelvic pain –
this can range from a dull, heavy sensation to a sudden, severe and sharp pain during sex.
Difficulty emptying your bowels.
A frequent need to urinate.
Heavy periods, irregular periods or lighter periods than normal.
Bloating and a swollen tummy.
Feeling very full after only eating a little.
Difficulty getting pregnant
Types of ovarian cyst
The two main types of ovarian cyst are:
Functional ovarian cysts –
cysts that develop as part of the menstrual cycle and are usually harmless and short-lived; these are the most common type.
Pathological ovarian cysts – cysts that form as a result of abnormal cell growth; these are much less common
Ovarian cysts can sometimes also be caused by an underlying condition, such as endometriosis.
The vast majority of ovarian cysts are non-cancerous (benign), although a small number are cancerous (malignant).
Cancerous cysts are more common in women who have been through the menopause.
Endometriosis is a common condition where tissue that behaves like the lining of the womb (endometrium) is found in other parts of the body.
It can appear in many different places, including the ovaries, fallopian tubes, inside the tummy, and in or around the bladder or bowel.
Endometriosis mainly affects girls and women of childbearing age.
It's less common in women who've been through the menopause.
It's a long-term condition that can have a significant impact on your life, but there are treatments that can help.
Symptoms of endometriosis
The symptoms of endometriosis can vary. Some women are badly affected, while others might not have any noticeable symptoms.
Symptoms can include:
period pain that it isn't relieved with painkillers.
heavy periods – for example, you may need to use lots of tampons or pads (or use them together), or the blood might soak through your clothes.
pelvic pain – this may just occur around the time of your period or you may have it all the time.
Pain during and after sex.
Pain or discomfort when going to the toilet.
Bleeding from your bottom or blood in your poo.
Feeling tired all the time.
For some women, endometriosis can stop them from doing their normal activities, and it may sometimes lead to feelings of depression.
If there's any concern that your cyst could be cancerous,
YES OVARIAN CYST CAN BECOME CANCER OF THE WOMB.IN WHICH CASE WE RECOMMEND DOSES OF CAMOPILL AND RED PEONY
for high levels of chemicals that can indicate ovarian cancer.
However, having high levels of these chemicals doesn't necessarily mean you have cancer, as high levels can also be caused by non-cancerous conditions such as:
a pelvic infection.
Fibroids and your period
Treating ovarian cysts
Whether an ovarian cyst needs to be treated will depend on:
its size and appearance.
whether you have any symptoms.
whether you've been through the menopause
In most cases, the cyst often disappears after a few months.
A follow-up ultrasound scan may be used to confirm this.
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Ovarian cysts and fertility
Ovarian cysts don't usually prevent you from getting pregnant, although they can sometimes make it harder to conceive.
SURGERY SHOULD BE YOUR LAST OPTION OR NO OPTION AT ALL AS IT MAY MEAN REMOVING ONE OF THE OVARIES LEAVING YOU WITH ONE OR REMOVING THE TWO RESULTING INTO LOOSING YOUR OVARIES FOR LIFE AND
HENCE YOU BECOME INFERTILE AND CAN NEVER GET PREGNANT FOR LIFE.
THIS OPTION IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR WOMEN WITHIN CHILD BEARING AGE
If you need an operation to remove your cysts, your surgeon will aim to preserve your fertility whenever possible. This may mean removing just the cyst and leaving the ovaries intact, or only removing one ovary.
In some cases, surgery to remove both your ovaries may be necessary, in which case you'll no longer produce any eggs. Make sure you talk to your surgeon about the potential effects on your fertility before your operation.
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