Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs or pockets in an ovary or on its surface. Many women have ovarian cysts at some time. Most ovarian cysts present little or no discomfort and are harmless. The majority disappears without treatment within a few months. However, ovarian cysts especially those that have ruptured can cause serious symptoms. The vast majority of ovarian cysts are non-cancerous (benign) but some are cancerous (malignant) or may become cancerous over time.
- Sudden, severe abdomen pain.
- Pain with fever and throwing up.
- Dizziness, weakness, or feeling faint.
- Fast breathing.
- Hormonal problems. Taking fertility drugs to help you ovulate can increase your risk of cysts.
- Pregnancy. The cyst that forms during ovulation may stay on your ovary after you get pregnant and throughout your pregnancy.
- Endometriosis. Cells that usually line the inside of your uterus grow outside it. These wayward cells can attach to your ovary and cause a cyst to grow.
- A severe pelvic infection. If this spreads to your ovaries, it can cause cysts there.
- A previous ovarian cyst. If you’ve had at least one ovarian cyst before, you’re more likely to get others.
- Ovarian torsion. If cysts grow large, they can make the ovary move and twist. This twisting (ovarian torsion) is very painful.
- Rupture. Cysts can break open, causing severe pain and bleeding, especially if the cysts are large. Vaginal sex and other activities can make a rupture more likely. A ruptured cyst sometimes heals on its own, but often, it’s a medical emergency.
- Infected ovarian cyst. An ovarian cyst can develop in response to pelvic infection, forming an abscess. If the abscess bursts, dangerous bacteria can spread through your body.
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- Lachesis: Homeopathic medicine for an ovarian cyst that has pain in the left ovary relieved by a discharge from the uterus. Can bear nothing heavy on the region. Suppuration and chronic enlargements of the ovary may call for Lachesis. Boring in the left ovary relieved by the flow, somewhat better from pressure.
- Calcarea Carb: Useful in cases Polypi of the uterus and ovaries. Cutting pains in the uterus during menstruation. Menses too early to profuse, too long-lasting with vertigo. Feet icy cold; it is a very successful remedy for ovarian affections.
- Iodum: Congestion and dropsy of the right ovary with dwindling of the mammae. Dull pressing pain extending to the uterus. Wedge-like pain in the right ovarian region.
- Kali Iod: Ovarian cyst that has severe burning, tearing, and twitching pains in the ovarian region, especially the right side. The sensation of congestion and swelling of the ovaries, with pain as from corrosive tumor there. Affections connected with syphilis.
- Kali Carb: Both groins are painful and bloated. Stitching pains about the uterus and ovarian region.
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