I recently received an email concerning ovarian cyst that made me blush a little. I can’t remember the last time I blushed but this question caught me off guard:
“Are ovarian cyst and uterine fibroids the same thing or is there a difference? How would they affect a person/couples sex life? “
As you can see, the question started off very innocent. Then the elephant in the room revealed itself. I believe that the first question was used to camouflage the second question or should I saw “the real question”. But, I’ll take time to answer both questions for the other members of the Natural Fibroids community. Often time’s women do get confused, but an ovarian cyst is completely different from uterine fibroids.
If you would like to ready more about uterine fibroids, then click here.
What is an ovarian cyst?
In its basic form is a fluid filled sack that can develop anywhere on or in your body. There are a hundreds of different types of cysts. These are some of the more common types:
• Functional cyst
• Dermoid cysts
Ovarian cysts are common amongst women of reproductive age. Most times they are called functional or physiologic cysts that are formed during our monthly ovulation. Cysts can form anywhere in your body and it is a common occurrence amongst people of all ages. Normally people feel them as an abnormal lump or bump on their body. Cysts come in many different sizes and can only be detected under a microscope. They can also grow to a large enough size that they begin displacing normal organs and tissue.
Ovarian cyst symptoms
Cysts are mostly never noticed and oftentimes pass through a woman without her ever realizing that they were there. There are only certain situations when an ovarian cyst will cause symptoms. The most common symptom is pain in the stomach and pelvis area. Pain can be a result of the following:
• The cyst has ruptured
• An increase and growth and stretching
• There was bleeding into the cyst
• The cyst has twisted around its blood supply, which is also known as torsion.
Once a cyst has reached a large size, other symptoms will also arise due to the pressure that it is placing on surrounding organs. The symptoms are normally fullness, bloating, indigestion, feeling full, abrupt bowel movements, and pain during sex.
Ovarian cysts and sex
This is the section that everyone has been waiting on! I kind of already gave it away earlier. Ovarian cysts cause for sex to be painful and very uncomfortable. But, it does demand on the size of the ovarian cyst. The larger the size, the more uncomfortable the sex can be. All depends on how you move and what positions you place your body in. Certain women, with ovarian cysts, say that they have no pain during sex. There have even been reports that women were told that they couldn’t get pregnant because of there cysts. Guess what, they did get pregnant!
How do you treat ovarian cysts?
As I stated before, ovarian cysts will go away on they’re own. If you don’t have one of the serious symptoms that I mentioned earlier, like a ruptured ovarian cyst, than your doctor might just say to wait it out. The doctor should ask you to come back in for a check up every 30 to 90 days. Birth control pills can also relieve the pain that you’re having due to the ovarian cysts. The birth control prevents ovulation, reducing the changes that new cysts will form. If the cysts don’t go away, surgery is an option.
Do really think that I would advice you to get surgery? NO WAY!
Ovarian cysts natural can be treat naturally as well! It’s all about adjusting your diet and exercising. Remember, there is no supported non-surgical cure for ovarian cysts.
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It’s possible to treat your fibroids naturally. But, you have to fully dedicate yourself. While each individual has unique circumstances, you can expect a reduction in symptoms no later than three weeks after starting the FibroidAway Kit. Many women have seen a reduction in symptoms within one week of starting FibroidAway supplement.