Suppose you suddenly gain weight, your voice grows mannish, you start sprouting body hair. It's scary enough. When all this ends in pain and irregular periods, this means that you are probably suffering from the ovarian cyst syndrome. However, there is nothing to fear in the cystic ovarian syndrome as it can be treated.
Cysts in ovaries may form anytime in a woman's child-bearing years, and do. Most ovarian cysts are harmless. It's when they persist, enlarge or multiply (the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome ), that symptoms (like those above) begin to show, and it's time to see the doctor.
There can be various types of cysts. During ovulation, the egg grows in a little sac, a follicle, growing out of the ovarian lining. If it matures but can't pop out of the follicle, or does, but the follicle does not dissolve, the result is an ovarian cyst that is filled with dense fluid, other organic materials, even hair, teeth and glands.
Whether it's harmless or dangerous (tumors that turn cancerous) depends on the system's dysfunction that caused it. The trigger may be a genetic predisposition, infection, disease, worsened by pollutants in the air, water and food.
Lifestyle related stresses added to poor diet, lack of exercise, emotional tensions, can cause hormonal imbalances that harm the ovulation cycle. Even some prescription drugs can impair brain functions and the menstrual cycle.
Cystic ovarian syndromes are treatable in many ways. There are natural treatments PCOS , and there is surgery and medicine too. However the fact is, none of these can offer the lasting cyst removal that you want. This is because they just treat the symptoms and not the root causes. The best cure is in holistic remedies.