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        Ovarian Cyst

        A fluid-filled sac forms on one of your ovaries and is known as an ovarian cyst. Many are caused by changes in your monthly hormones, which normally go away on its own within a few weeks without any therapy. Ovarian cysts are frequently asymptomatic. If they get bigger or don't go away on their own, you may need treatment.

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            Ovarian Cyst - Condition

            An ovarian cyst is a sac filled with fluid or semisolid material that develops on or within one of the ovaries. The ovaries are small pelvic organs that create and store female hormones and egg cells.

            Cysts come in a plethora of shapes and sizes. Majority of them are harmless. Ovulation causes functional cysts, which aren't associated with any disease (the release of an egg from the ovary). Without therapy, functional cysts usually decrease with time, usually within 60 days.

            Functional ovarian cysts, which are rather frequent, should not be confused with cysts that are caused by disease. Growths on the ovaries are also found in polycystic ovary syndrome and ovarian cancer. If you have any of the symptoms described in the symptoms section, contact your healthcare professional.

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            Taca Healthcare offers Treatment of Ovarian Cyst at very affordable rate. We also provide insurance paperwork support. TaCa Healthcare is working on a Mission to make Ovarian Cyst treatment affordable in India.

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            Depending upon your insurance provider Ovarian Cyst treatment is covered up to 100%. TaCa Healthcare ensures Hassle free treatment experience that too at very low cost.

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            Ovarian Cyst procedure takes a maximum of 45 minutes to complete. Ovarian Cyst treatment is a daycare procedure wherein patient can get discharged and go home early.

            Ovarian Cyst - Symptoms

            Cysts, for the most part, are asymptomatic and go away on their own. A big ovarian cyst can result in:

            • Pelvic discomfort – a dull or intense ache on the cyst's side in the lower abdomen.
            • Heaviness in your abdomen
            • Bloating

            Ovarian Cyst - Surgical Procedures

            Laparoscopy - It is a process in which a tiny gadget is inserted into the belly through a small incision. Using the instrument, he or she may see the reproductive organs and the pelvic cavity. The cyst can be removed with small incisions by a medical professional.

            Laparotomy - This surgery removes the cyst through a larger incision. The cyst will be examined for signs of malignancy. If cancer is found, the doctor may need to remove one or both ovaries, the uterus, the omentum along with certain lymph nodes. Lymph nodes are small bean-shaped structures that produce and store anti-infectious cells, but they can also harbor cancer cells.

            Recovery & Post Operation Take Care

            Most women feel better after the first week following surgery; however, do not lift, push, or pull any heavy objects for a few weeks. Do not resume sexual activity until your doctor indicates it is safe to do so. Internal healing takes 4-6 weeks for complete recovery.

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              All You Want To Know About Ovarian Cyst

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              An ovarian cyst might be diagnosed during a routine pelvic examination. If they find swelling on one of your ovaries, they may request an ultrasound to confirm the cyst's presence. Ultrasound is a diagnostic imaging process that creates a picture of your internal organs using high-frequency sound waves. Ultrasound examinations can be used to assess a cyst's size, location, shape, and composition (solid or fluid filled).

              If you have any of the following symptoms, seek medical help right once.

              • Abdominal or pelvic pain that comes on suddenly.
              • Pain accompanied with a fever or vomiting
              See a doctor right once if you experience these signs and symptoms, as well as those of shock, cold, clammy skin; rapid breathing; and lightheadedness or weakness.

              Ovarian cyst pain can also be relieved with exercise and stretching. It can also aid in the relief of muscle tension. Intense exercise, such as running, provides relief for some women, while mild stretching and yoga provide relief for others.

              Heat helps to alleviate pain by increasing blood flow. For about 20 minutes, put a heating pad or a hot water bottle wrapped in a cloth to the stomach or lower back. As long as the pad is not hot enough to burn skin, you can do this numerous times a day. A heating pad should not be used while sleeping.

              Some women develop cysts that aren't as frequent as others, which a doctor might detect during a pelvic exam. After menopause, cystic ovarian tumours may develop, which could be carcinogenic (malignant). It's for this reason that pelvic exams should be done on a frequent basis.

              The following are some of the less common complications connected with ovarian cysts:

              • Torsion of the ovaries - Enlarged cysts can cause the ovary to shift, increasing the risk of painful ovarian twisting. An abrupt onset of severe pelvic discomfort, nausea, and vomiting are possible symptoms. Blood flow to the ovaries can be reduced or stopped by ovarian torsion.
              • Rupture - When a cyst ruptures, it can cause excruciating agony and internal bleeding. The greater the cyst's size, the more likely it is to rupture. Vaginal intercourse, a vigorous exercise that impacts the pelvis, also raises the risk.

              Many forms of ovarian cysts can be managed successfully with watchful waiting and hormonal birth control, although surgery may be required in other circumstances.

              After removal, only 10 to 15% of ovarian cysts will come again. However, after surgery, additional cysts may form.

              The majority of ovarian cysts are tiny and cause no symptoms. You may experience pressure, bloating, swelling, or pain in the lower abdomen on the side of the cyst if it causes symptoms. This discomfort could be severe or mild, and it could come and go. When a cyst ruptures, it can produce excruciating pain.

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