Fibroid Cysts On Ovaries

Treating ovarian cysts- Get rid of the pain and heal your cysts on ovaries!

Treating ovarian cysts if not difficult task if you know what to do and how to do it. The truth is that ovarian cysts are very common among women so most doctors recommend wait to heal themselves. However, you are in too much pain to wait for that.

Most women during their reproduction age can develop cysts on ovaries. This happens mainly because the eggs that produce follicles don’t release it selves and gets full of fluid having the shape of a sac. Now some women have no symptoms if the cysts are very small. However, some cysts don’t disappear themselves and start to cause you lots of discomfort and disturb your life. I am not even talking about the worry of it being cancerous.

The good news is that most of cysts on ovaries are not cancerous and don’t pose you any life treath, with the exception of them growing bigger in size and getting ruptured.

There are some things you can do to get them heal as well as helping you cope with the symptoms of cysts. Applying heat on your hurting area will ease the pain and help you do the day to day job and get your life back. Also, you can drink herbal teas which will help your body break the cysts and hopefully reabsorbed in to your body.

Some changes in your diet are a must if you want getting rid of cysts on ovaries. There are certain foods which are believed can cause you cysts. Coffee is a main culprit and you should stop drinking it as well as other energizants.

If you would like to stop the pain and get your life back than you may want to take a look at the all natural herbal remedies which will help you treating ovarian cysts for ever.

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Frequently Asked Questions

    Does anyone have any information on fibroid tumors and ovary cysts? I was told I had both.?

    I have surffed the web on this but I was hoping someone had personal experience to give me. Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      Hello! I have both and was diagnosed with these at a very young age, I was only 18 years old. I had just had my second child, I was sure if I was ever going to have another child and that was scary at my young age. First of all like 80% of women get these during there life time. Fibroids are tumors that grow inside or outside your uterus. Your gyno may want to watch them every few months by have a internal ultrasound, to measure the size, if they start growing rapidly your doctor may ask if you would like them removed, sometimes this ends up in hysterectomy. Fibroids cause lots of bleeding. They grow from hormones. Cysts, well those ones are painful. I was also diagnosed early with these as well, I think I was about 16. I was at work and one exploded and I became seriously ill. My doctor still hasnt done anything about mine, and things just keep getting worse. I recommend that you do not ignore these at all. I was actually just reading somewhere online and it said something about how a cancerous tumor can accidentally be misdiagnosed as a fibroid. If you go into and type in these medical terms ex ovarian cysts, or uterine fibroids, you can pull up a lot of information about them. Thats where I have done most of my research because my doctor didnt give me anything to read about, I left the doctors office as a young teen mom thinking I have cysts and tumors, what does this mean, I was frightened. If treated well you will be healthy I am sure. I still have problems, but guess what, almost 2 years ago, after being told I couldnt have any more kids, my cysts were getting worse and fibroids filled my uterus completely, I was pregnant and not with one but with two! They are my angels! I am also giving you two links one for each medical issue. This site is a very good one to get any answers from, and good luck, and make sure you keep your appointments about these issues.

    Have you had endometriosis, fibroid and 2 cysts?
    I just found out I have endometriosis, fibroid and 2 cysts on the right ovary …what fun : (
    The doctor told me its going to be harder for me to get pregnant but I still can because I have been pregnant before that resulted in a miscarriage at 8 weeks in August 2009 (baby was 6 weeks).

    Has anyone had something like this? What was your experience? Have you been able to get pregnant?

    • ANSWER:
      I was diagnosed with endo and a tilted uterus at 15 (I’m now 21) I had a laproscopy at 15 as well but because of the location of the endo it could not be fixed… I ended up getting pregnant with #1 with no problem and we are on month 2 of TTC #2

    Can you help me clarify this issue of tumors in breast and uterus and cysts on ovaries?
    I am about to have a breast biopsy. I have been told I have a large fibroid tumor in my uterus and I have large cysts on my left ovaries, too. I have had a lot of pain on my lower left quadrant and am having some bowel and bladder problems. I actually went into the doctor because I can feel the growths in my abdomen, can see that my lower left abdomen sits higher than my left when lying down and have become uncomfortable when sitting due to the pressure.

    My doctor last week wanted to start me on Depo Prov-era to shrink the cysts, but I read that that could accelerate tumor growth so, I called her back telling her I did not want the shots until my biopsy is complete.

    I don’t know what exactly is making me uncomfortable altogether, but am guessing it is the tumor that is putting pressure on my bladder right now causing me some problems there.

    They do not want to take out my uterine tumor, but wouldn’t it make sense to take it at the same time I have my breast biopsy? Can I demand that they do? What’s my best angle on that? Since that is what I want? My lower abdomen is so swollen.

    Also, how do they know that the uterine tumor is not cancerous?

    I am 47yo and have always been athletic, but now the discomfort I feel in my lower region is making me reluctant to even move… I am not ready to just sit on the couch! I want this taken care of, so I can go on with my life!
    zini, perhaps I mis-‘termed.’ I am scheduled for surgery and I will be asleep.
    thank you, tru-man – you are a true gent!

    • ANSWER:
      From my better half Lady Avianasnowwolfe…A few years ago I had my entire uterus removed, both ovaries and part of my bladder. Why because my doctor gave me birth control pills to help stem the bleeding caused by fibroid tumors. What happened was the pills made the things grow to huge sizes and helped more grow. By the time I went to surgery I had one the size of a six month old baby!

      I had to have extensive surgery, as noted above, months of recovery, I lost large amounts of blood, they had to remove extensive tissue as the tumors grew on everything around my uterus and ovaries and bladder as well. It was horrible. Yes they gave me some Depo shots too and it did shrink the one big cyst I had…however it was extermely expensive and our insurance refused to pay for it!! 0. a shot!!!

      Unfortunately I had no choice…they could not do the surgery until the main tumor was smaller and I was dieing from the bleeding.

      So my advice to you first, get a second and third opinion!!! Never take the word of one doctor!!! Get a couple of opinons. It was the second doctor that saved my life. Actually, with an off the cuff idea. Yeah I lost a portion of my bladder… but Im alive…so it was worth it.

      I wish you all the luck in the world my friend!

    Ovarian Cysts and Fibroid?
    In March, I found out that both of my ovaries were covered with cysts, and that I had a small fibroid in my uterous. My dr put me on a lower estregen bc and said that the fibroid is not growing or causing any problems. In June all the small cysts were gone and the larger ones had shrunk by about half. He asked if I absolutely needed to be on the pill (which I took as a sugesstion that I go off of it). June was my last cycle of pills, and I should’ve started around July 19, but I haven’t yet. I just took a HPT to be sure, and (as I expected) it was negative. I feel pressure and a tiny bit of pain in my lower abdomen. Also my mom and 3 of her 4 sisters had hysterectomies in their 30’s or early 40’s due to fibroids.
    I hate the thought of more tests and internal sono’s, but I am concerned that either the cysts are back or the fibroid is growing. My youngest is 8 so I’ve been on the pill for a LONG time. Should I wait a few cycles to see if it evens out or call the dr?

    • ANSWER:
      i would go back to your doctors to get a second opinion to be honest with you , 99% ot time fibroids return with this kind if treatment unless they are removed surgically , dont wait go back , best wishes x

    Have been diagnosed with hemorrhagic functional cyst and small uterine fibroid?
    I have an pelvic untrasound recently and was dignoised with two of these things, The Dr say there is nothing to worry,we just have to keep a look on your ovary cyst and the fibroid is very common every 40 % of women has it before they get pregnant. I have been TTC for 7 months but still not pregnant. My question Does these factor effect me from conceiving. The Dr says there want be any problem but I would like to have more suggestions,
    Appreciate your good advice

    • ANSWER:
      Funny thing, I was just at the ER on Wednesday for two hemorrhagic cysts! They’re actually very common, this is my second time getting them and I’m only 20. My best friend and my mom have had them many times. I went to the doctor today and they put me on birth control because that helps you from getting the cysts. You will NOT have any problem conceiving! I promise! It happens to women all the time, they either end up dissolving or rupturing. But they don’t hurt you.

      I suggest you talk to your doctor about going on birth control!!!

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