Every married woman wants to be a mother. But some health problems hinder their desire. Ovarian cysts are the most common cause of infertility in women. These are called ovarian cysts in Telugu. These are like small sacs formed in a woman’s ovary. These are filled with fluid. These cysts cause difficulty in conceiving. Most ovarian cysts develop naturally and disappear within a few months without any treatment. Some can lead to serious problems. The pain becomes more when the ovarian cyst ruptures. There will be internal bleeding. Among the serious problems they cause is infertility. The symptoms depend on their size.
If the cysts are large, the pain in the lower part of the abdomen is intense. Nausea and vomiting. Very disappointing. Bleeding is also possible. Extreme pain during sex can lead to hormonal problems and health problems like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in women. Also include pelvic infections and infertility. Once the ovarian cysts come and subside, there is a high chance of recurrence.
If there are symptoms such as not having children, severe abdominal pain, bloating, excessive bleeding during menstruation, not taking it on time, it is better to consult a doctor. If cysts are not treated in time, the ovaries can be permanently damaged. Due to this, the chance of having children will be completely lost.
Doctors will detect whether there are cysts in the stomach or not by sonography method. These can also be detected with the help of ultrasound. Treatment depends on the size of the ovarian cysts. If they are small, they are treated with hormones or surgically removed.
In some cases, ovarian cysts can become cancerous. So they should not be underestimated. Some will disappear on their own. Some, however, rarely turn into cancer and take lives. So it is better to respond immediately even if the problem is small. These can be dissolved in the first stage only by medicines.
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