In some cases, the cells that normally grow inside the womb grew outside instead. Such a condition is referred to as endometriosis. In the ovarian cyst syndrome, the endometrial tissue tends to bleed as the cyst grows, and the stale blood inside causes it to be called a chocolate cyst .
Its precise causes are not known. However, it has been known to cause much pelvic pain, but still, many women who suffer from this have no symptoms. Pain attacks just before or during periods, and lessens thereafter. Cramps may occur in the toilet or during sex. Pain may vary with individuals, and over time. Even medical examination may be painful.
Some claim that endometriosis is most common in taller, thinner women with a low body mass index. And others feel that older first-time mothers are at a higher risk. Endometriosis ovarian cyst is usually repetitive, with many such occurring, as with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). It obviously prevents pregnancy. That raises questions about the best treatment for it.
There are various ways of cyst removal. Many people make the mistake of trying out the conventional remedies, because they just treat the symptoms and not the root causes. The cystic ovarian disease thus always returns. Natural PCOS treatment also does not work. Holistic remedies on the other hand treat the contributing factors, and once removed, the cyst never comes back.