The cystic ovarian syndrome is not to be neglected. Having said that, it is also essential to remember that not every such syndrome is a cause for anxiety. It is a fact that most cysts are harmless and most cystic tumors are benign. But it is important to be forewarned and informed.
Cysts in ovaries are fairly common. As you know, eggs form every month in a woman's ovary. Each of them is encased in a little sac of fluid call a follicle. When it matures, the follicle's walls open to let it go down the fallopian tube into the vagina, and dissolve again unless fertilized by a sperm.
If this normal process is interrupted, owing to some malfunction in body chemistry, the follicle keeps growing to abnormal size; or the egg doesn't leave the follicle, or after the egg leaves, the fluid-filled follicle doesn't turn back into ovarian tissue. It becomes a cyst. And the woman becomes a victim of the ovarian cyst syndrome .
Most women's ovaries have cysts. Usually harmless, they resolve naturally into ovarian tissue in days or weeks. They could however, spell danger, for numerous reasons.
· Repeated cysts prevent fertilization.
· A cyst ruptures, releasing potential toxins.
· A cyst keeps growing, or many cysts form in one or both ovaries (Polycystic ovarian syndrome or disease - PCOS or PCOD). Both endanger the ovary.
· Some cysts turn malignant .
There can be a complicated ovarian cyst as well, and when this happens, this can lead to other problems. Thus, cyst treatment is necessary.
For prevention or treatment, be holistic. Address your whole system, mind and body. Eat healthy and organic. Use natural, side-effects-free medicine. The holistic approach indeed works best for ovarian cysts.