It is quite normal for a woman of reproductive age to have cysts in her ovaries. These cysts are usually harmless and are benign causing neither any sign nor any symptom of uneasiness or pain. They grow as silently as they disappear on their own. However, there are a few bad boys among them. Cysts that grow out of hormonal imbalance in a woman (mostly progesterone and estrogen disparity) and may be called abnormal cysts that comprise of Dermoid cysts, Cystadenoma cysts and Endonetrioma cysts are usually responsible for creating signs of their presence in ovaries.
However, it is also true that ovarian cysts may not create any specific sign in many women when they are quite small in size. But they can generate signs when they grow in size. For instance, some cysts grow so big as to create abnormal pressure on the urinary bladder or the bowels as a result of which, the woman has to visit the toilet more often than what would have been her normal habit. This, incidentally, is a landmark sign of ovarian cyst which should not be overlooked. Big ovarian cysts also tend to rupture, and this is another sign of an imminent danger. Other signs of ovarian cysts include heavy and irregular periods and painful sex.
Signs of ovarian cysts also include growth of unwanted hair on the face and body and loss of hair on the scalp, nausea and vomiting that mimics pregnancy, infertility and inovulation, heaviness or fullness in the abdomen, constant nagging pain in the abdomen that often turn into sharp agonizing soreness which becomes unbearable at times.
The best cyst treatment can be achieved through holistic remedies. Unlike conventional treatments that just treat the symptoms, these remedies treat the root causes. Because of this, the cyst goes away permanently, and naturally there are no symptoms as well.