Ovarian cysts removal is often not a major issue with most people, and the reason for this is the fact that, on most occasions, ovarian cysts are functional and benign. But this is quite risky. There are often complicated ovarian cysts, and some of them can burst and cause pain and other health problems. For instance, hemorrhagic or blood cysts have a tendency towards rupturing and spilling their contents all over the pelvic region. Same is the case with endometroid cysts that mostly contains stale blood and is likely to burst.
Moreover, abnormally large cysts are also known to create much discomfort to the lady who has to carry that additional load all the while.
Among conventional treatments, surgery is the most common for cyst removal. Primarily, there are two common surgical procedures that are followed - (1) Open Surgery and (2) Laparoscopic Surgery. In open surgery, an incision is made in the abdomen to reveal the ovary. Blood vessels supplying blood to the ovary is thereafter clamped and securely tied. Cysts are then carefully removed from the ovaries and if cancer is suspected, the ovaries are also removed in the process.
Laparoscopic surgery, on the other hand, is minimally invasive as it entails small incisions or holes made just below the navel, through which the laparoscope is inserted into the abdomen. The next step consists of pumping CO2 gas into the abdomen, which allows the surgeon to have an idea of the abdominal organs. However, after the cysts are located by the laparoscope, a few additional holes are drilled through which the surgical tools (usually provided with longer handles) are introduced for removal of the cysts.
Surgery can remove the cyst and thus offer a respite from the ovarian cyst syndrome, but the fact is, the contributing factors that caused the cyst remains. Because of this, the cyst often comes back. Turn to holistic remedies for permanent relief. Treating the body as whole, holistic remedies eradicates the root causes, and thus the cyst never returns.