Dermoid ovarian cysts look scarier than they actually are. They sometimes resemble a miniature human made of dense fluid, with hair and even teeth. Such cysts may also have thyroid tissue and sweat glands. Their looks depend on their composition.
The surprise may be greater because it may remain unnoticed until revealed by medical inspection, signaled by irregular menstruation accompanied by severe pain, weight gain or other suspicious symptoms. But once diagnosed, it can be said that the woman suffers from the ovarian cyst syndrome.
Because it happens mostly to young women, it raises unfounded fears about loss of fertility. In fact, it is usually harmless and treatable. The downside is that it is still a tumor, however benign, and besides, they can cause emergencies if it accidentally ruptures. The fact is, a complicated ovarian cyst is not that rare. Close monitoring and timely cyst treatment is thus necessary.
How should you treat a Dermoid ovarian cyst? The conventional and most frequent solution is surgical removal of cyst , because there are few other options in conventional therapy. It is also a quick remedy that is attractive to patients.
What makes surgery less than satisfactory is that, it does not really guarantee non-recurrence. The internal process that caused it once can cause it again.
To put an end to that systemic process, you need to treat the patient's whole system. The good news is that this is possible through holistic remedies that treat the root causes and not just the symptoms, and surgery can also be avoided.