Cysts in ovaries are formed
in one of two ways.
The follicles in ovarian tissue - little sacs
that carry eggs as they appear and mature fail to
release the mature egg into the fallopian tubes to
either dissolve or be fertilized. Or else, having
released the egg, the follicle wall closes up, thickens,
and continues for awhile anyway, to fill up with fluids,
blood or other tissue.
Ovarian cysts may grow
disproportionately large, or multiply, and obstruct not
only the normal ovulation and menstruation, but press
upon the other organs close by. Discomfort, pain and
infection, sometimes from cystic rupture
, and consequently, infection and even
malignancy, are all possible consequences.
Ovarian cysts, whether malign or benign, are
usually discovered in course of routine medical
examinations. The first steps thereafter are usually
path tests, ultrasonic and laparoscopic scans to
ascertain their character.
If conventional wisdom recommends nothing as
radical as surgery but the emptying out of a cyst's
contents all the same, aspiration
becomes an attractive option.
With the imaging and the minimally invasive
techniques now available, modern therapy can locate,
pierce and draw out a cyst's contents, leaving it to
disappear into the surrounding tissue in the normal
There is, however, an insurmountable problem with
all such procedures. This is that, none of them can
guarantee a non-recurrence. While the ovarian cyst
aspiration and the other processes can sure enough
get rid of the cyst, but there is a good chance that the
cyst will re-appear. In fact, this is what happens with
a majority of women.
It is only holistic remedies that
offer a permanent relief from the ovarian cyst syndrome. Natural PCOS treatments
approaches all fail because they make the mistake of
treating the symptoms and not the real causes. Holistic
remedies treat the root causes and eradicated them, and
so, the results are permanent.