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Best Treatment for Cysts in ovary in kukatpally Hyderabad

My health hospitals has Best Gynaecologists with 10 + years of experience in the field of gynaecological diseases and treatment especially ovarion cysts and their symptoms with advanced and best surgical technology (Laparoscopy) with no complications and best results through safe and painless surgery with less hospital stay duration .

Ovarian Cyst - Overview

Ovarian cysts, sacs filled with fluid located inside or on the surface of the ovary, are a common occurrence. Each ovary is typically the size and shape of a pea, but underlying conditions can cause them to enlarge. In certain cases, ovarian cysts may become twisted (torsion) or rupture if they grow significantly in size, leading to serious symptoms such as severe abdominal pain that may require immediate surgical intervention.

Ovarian cysts vary in type, and symptoms can be indicative of different conditions. Understanding ovarian cyst symptoms is crucial for timely diagnosis and intervention. Treatment options for ovarian cysts range from medication to surgical procedures such as ovarian cystectomy.

  • Hemorrhagic cyst and chocolate cyst are specific types of ovarian cysts with distinct characteristics.
  • Poly cystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and poly cystic ovaries are conditions associated with hormonal imbalances and the presence of multiple cysts.
  • Dermoid cysts and follicular ovaries represent specific types of cysts that may require specialized treatment.
  • The normal size of the ovary can be affected by factors such as age, health, and underlying conditions.
  • Ovarian cyst pain can be a significant symptom, necessitating evaluation and appropriate management.
  • Medication to dissolve ovarian cysts may be considered based on the type and size of the cyst.
  • Symptoms of a ruptured ovarian cyst can be severe and may include sudden, sharp pain.
  • Hemorrhagic ovarian cyst treatment depends on the severity and symptoms associated with the condition.
  • Ovarian torsion is a serious condition where the ovary twists, leading to compromised blood flow and severe pain.
  • Ultrasound is a common diagnostic tool to visualize ovarian cysts and assess their characteristics.
  • Ovarian cyst size for surgery is determined by factors such as the type of cyst and its impact on the patient.
  • Laparoscopy for ovarian cyst is a minimally invasive surgical procedure for cyst removal.
  • Right ovarian cyst, left ovarian cyst, and enlarged ovary are specific scenarios that may require attention.
  • Ovarian cyst specialist near me can assist in obtaining expert guidance and care.

What are the causes of ovarion cysts ?

There are usually 2 types of cysts. Functional cysts which are more common usually occur during menstrual cycle and disappear on their own in 2-3 menstrual cycles and second type of cysts which are less common and are usually pathological and need to be treated based on size/symptoms and duration .

Pathological cysts -

There cysts are not related to menstrual cycles:

  • Dermoid cyst ( teratoma) - The cyst can contain body tissues, such as hair, skin or teeth. This type of cyst is rarely turns into cancer.
  • Cystadenoma - These cysts grow very large and usually filled with a watery or mucous material.

The risk of ovarian cyst is higher with-

  • Hormonal problems
  • Pregnancy
  • Endometriosis
  • Pelvic infection
  • Previous ovarian cysts
causes of ovarion cysts

What are the symptoms of ovarian cysts ?

  • Pelvic pain that is intermittent , which comes and goes.
  • Fullness or heaviness in your abdomen.
  • Abdominal Bloating.
  • Fevers ( when the cysts are infected)
  • Shock( In rare cases , when the cyst ruptures into abdominal cavity)
symptoms of ovarian cysts

What are the Diagnosis of ovarian cysts ?

An ovarion cyst can be found either during a pelvic exam or incidentally on pelvic ultrasound. Depending on the size of the cyst and its contents and presence of any symptoms your gynaecologist will recommend some tests to decide on further management.

  • Pregnancy test
  • Pelvic ultrasound.
  • Diagnostic Laparoscopy
  • Tumor marker tests – To rule out any malignancy.
Diagnosis of ovarian cysts

How do we treat ovarian cysts ?

Treatment for ovarian cysts is decided by treating gynaecologist based on your age ,type and size of your cyst and on your symptoms.

  • Watchful waiting – For small cysts and no symptoms
  • Medical management – Oral contraceptives for functional cysts.
  • Surgery - Your gynaecologist might suggest surgical intervention by removing a cyst if it is large or fast growing on serial scans or causing pelvic pain or discomfort either by Laparoscopic Cystectomy or laparoscopic oophorectomy.
How do you treat ovarian cysts
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Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian cysts are extremely common, especially if you haven’t gone through menopause yet. Functional cysts are the most common type of ovarian cyst.

Usually, no. Most ovarian cysts are harmless, and they often go away on their own eventually. Some types of cysts are more likely to become cancerous or cause complications, but this is rare. Less than 1% of ovarian cysts are cancerous. And your provider can monitor any concerning cysts closely to reduce your risk of experiencing complications.

Yes. Cysts can cause bloating, which contributes to weight gain. Some cysts secrete hormones that can cause you to gain weight.

Taking medications that contain hormones (such as birth control pills) will stop ovulation. Some studies suggest that the pill reduces the recurrence of certain cysts. Usually, ovarian cysts are harmless enough that prevention shouldn’t be a concern. Instead, take note of any symptoms that may indicate a cyst and tell your provider about them. Schedule regular pelvic exams so that your provider can find any cysts that require treatment.

Cysts that cause symptoms and keep growing bigger require closer monitoring than cysts that don’t cause these effects. Keep track of any symptoms you’re experiencing so that you can tell your provider about them. Follow their advice on how often you should be scheduling appointments to monitor any concerning cysts.

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