No matter how much the
healthcare professional argues that ovarian cysts
are harmless, the woman knows how painful some of these
can be. And she is quite right in her presumptions. Pain in ovarian
can indeed become dreadful at times.
However, barring a few that
are trouble makers, most ovarian cysts are silent
visitors. They come and go on their own. Some are even
functional, meaning, they assist in the biological
process of reproduction. Yet the bad boys among them can
give a really difficult time to a woman.
Take for instance, the
hemorrhagic ovarian cyst, alias haematocyst as well as
haemotocele that have the evil reputation of rupturing
within the ovary and cause bleeding accompanied by
intense pain in the right side of the abdomen.
The hemorrhage sometimes becomes as copious as to flood
the ovary with its semi-fluid contents.
Endometroid cysts that are known as
can also cause pain. These
cysts have the tendency of collecting blood with every
menstrual cycle and it appears chocolaty in color.
However, as there is no escape route for the stale blood
to go away, the cysts have no other alternative but to
burst, spilling their evil contents all over the pelvic
region. Severe abdominal pain is a
landmark symptom of bursting endometroid
Dermoid ovarian cysts
are also capable of causing acute pain. This
however does not happen from bursting or rupturing, but
by their sheer volume or weight. These cysts can grow up
to very large size, causing pressure to the urinary
bladder or other surrounding organs in the pelvic
If you are suffering from
pain because of ovarian cysts, it would be a mistake to
treat the pain. Because even if the pain goes away, the
cysts will cause them again. Better treat the
contributing factors of the cyst so that these growths
cannot happen. And when there is no ovarian cyst
syndrome, there cannot be any pain. This can be achieved
only through holistic