When an ovarian follicle ruptures, the egg gets released, paving the way for conception. But when it does not do so, it develops itself into a cyst that often ruptures. Intense abdominal pain is felt in the abdomen, the pelvic region and even in the back, and it is followed by copious bleeding.
In most cases, the ovarian cyst syndrome comes and goes without creating too many problems, but things may turn grave in many cases due to ruptured ovarian cysts. The effects of cyst rupturing also vary, depending upon the type of cyst that has ruptured. For instance, when a blood cyst ruptures, the abdomen gets filled up with occult blood, but when a chocolate cyst bursts or ruptures, the abdomen turns into a flood of chocolate colored blood.
In such a situation, the entire abdominal cavity gets flooded with stale, dark red chocolate colored blood. Worst still is the case when a dermoid cyst bursts, releasing its contents of human skin, bone, hair, nail, teeth, eyes and bits of nose and lips in the ovary.
The fact is, there is hardly any difference between the symptoms of ovarian cysts and those that can burst, except for the fact that when they burst, the accompanying pain will be that much more severe. So let us keep an eye open for the symptoms of ovarian cysts.
Symptoms of the ovarian cyst syndrome
· Severe pain in the abdomen, the pelvic region and the back.
· Irregular menstruation or a complete absence.
· Sudden gain of weight.
· Sudden appearance of body hair.
· Pain during intercourse.
· A feeling of nausea.
To treat the symptoms of the ovarian cyst syndrome, you have to treat the root causes. Only holistic remedies are able to do this, and this is why those who opt for these remedies never have these growths again.