Prevent Ovarian Cysts - Fact Or Fallacy?

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Ovarian cysts are not as scary as it seems. Most of the cysts are functional and are harmless by nature. In many cases, ovarian cysts will go away without having to treat it. The problem is that the pain is unbearable so many women want to prevent ovarian cyst.

In reality, the functional ovarian cyst has no prevention. This is because it is a natural part of the menstrual cycle. What happens normally is that the eggs that do not get released get filled up with liquid and eventually turn out to be cysts. This means if you do not ovulate, you will not get cysts. One best practice to prevent ovarian cysts is to use birth control pills.

As mentioned, there are no guaranteed ways to prevent ovarian cysts if you are actively ovulating. This means you are not likely to develop ovarian cyst if you are pregnant or have completed your menopause stage.

If the ovarian cyst are already in place, your recourse is to treat it. You do not have to worry right away that it might lead to cancer or anything. What you need to do is to apply hot compress in your lower abdomen to make the pressure less. You will be relieved of the pain and you will feel relaxed.

Your alternative to prevent ovarian cysts is to have your ovaries tied. If you do not ovulate, you will not be producing, much less release eggs. However, you will also not be able to bear children. Keep in mind that you should not be so scared of ovarian cysts. These are normal occurrences in the menstrual cycle and will be flushed out of the system naturally in a matter of weeks. If it does not get away in two menstrual cycles, this is the time you need to consult a doctor.

However, you might also need to have a check-up so you get a good recommendation of pain relievers.

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This article was published on 2010/03/31
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