Month: July 2011

Cure For Ovarian Cyst
Cure For Ovarian Cyst

Many women develop ovarian cysts at some point in their life.  In most cases, these fluid-filled sacs which grow either inside or on the surface of the ovary are benign and even asymptomatic.  In some cases though, they are problematic.  While an actual cure for ovarian cyst is not yet known, there are various options if you have one […]

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Hemorrhagic Ovarian Cysts
Hemorrhagic Ovarian Cysts

While virtually all hemorrhagic ovarian cysts are in no way indicative of disease or an underlying ailment, they do need treatment on occasion. The cysts in this category occur naturally and can be a normal part of the menstrual cycle for most women. They can disappear before you are even aware you have one. This is the […]

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Bursting Ovarian Cysts
Bursting Ovarian Cysts

Since most ovarian cysts never cause a problem, it can be particularly alarming if you are the victim of bursting ovarian cysts. This is never a good situation even if it is not life threatening. If you, like a majority of women out there suffer from common cysts, you need to be fully aware of what is happening […]

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Bleeding Ovarian Cysts
Bleeding Ovarian Cysts

Having bleeding ovarian cysts can be a condition that can follow some women throughout their childbearing years. Cysts, as annoying as they may become, are not uncommon by any means. Most women will have a cyst at one time or another. In fact, most women have cysts every month and are just never aware of it. This […]

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Multiple Ovarian Cysts
Multiple Ovarian Cysts

Multiple ovarian cysts are often related to an endocrine disorder which afflicts somewhere between 5 and 10 out of every 100 women in the childbearing age range.  This disorder is called polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). While not all women with PCOS have multiple ovarian cysts, it is one of the primary symptoms of this condition.  Usually the cysts look […]

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Follicular Ovarian Cysts
Follicular Ovarian Cysts

Women have two almond shaped organs on either side of the uterus known as ovaries. While males produce new sperm throughout their reproductive lives, women have their lifetime supply of eggs in their ovaries when they are born. Ovaries hold and release the eggs to be fertilized and when things don’t go just right, follicular ovarian […]

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Complex Ovarian Cysts
Complex Ovarian Cysts

There are many factors that can determine how your doctor may deal with complex ovarian cysts. These kinds of cysts can be more serious than ordinary ovarian cysts. When a cyst falls into the complex category, it is because the cyst is made up of both liquid and solid components. The complex type is the […]

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Ovarian Cancer Tumor
Ovarian Cancer Tumor

Every year, approximately 15,000 women die from an ovarian cancer tumor.  In fact, this type of cancer is one of the top five types of cancer which kills women in the USA. Worldwide, other countries with very high rates of ovarian cancer are Israel and Scandinavia.  Japan has one of the lowest rates of this type […]

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