Ovarian Cysts: Causes, Symptoms and Effective Natural Treatments


1- What is Ovarian cyst?
2- Types of Ovarian Cysts
3- Six Facts About Ovarian Cysts
4- Signs and Symptoms
5- Diagnosing Ovarian Cysts
6- Natural Cure for Ovarian Cysts.

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Here we treat ovarian cyst naturally without surgery. Below are few proven scans report of some of those we have treated:

Case 1:

 2nos of ovarian cysts cleared totally in 1 month of treatment

A. 2.9cm

B. 2.63cm 

Attached are scan reports before treatment and scan after 1 month of treatment:


Case 2:





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Let us discuss ovarian cyst and its natural treatment.

What is Ovarian cyst?

An ovarian cyst is an accumulation of fluid within an ovary that is  surrounded by a thin “shell”..

Any ovarian follicle that is larger than approximately 2cm is an ovarian cyst. Ovarian cysts can range widely in size; from being as small as a pea to larger than an orange – in rare cases ovarian cysts can become so large that the woman looks pregnant.
The majority of ovarian cysts are benign (harmless).

Ovarian cysts typically occur most frequently during a female’s reproductive years (childbearing years).

However, ovarian cysts may affect a woman of any age. In some cases, ovarian cysts cause pain and bleeding.

Types of ovarian cysts

1- Functional ovarian cysts

There are two types of functional ovarian cysts:

A) Follicular cysts

Follicular cysts are the most common type of ovarian cyst. A female human has two ovaries, small round organs which release an egg every month. The egg moves into the uterus (womb), where it can be fertilized by a male sperm. The egg is formed in the follicle, which contains fluid to protect the growing egg. When the egg is released, the follicle bursts.

In some cases, the follicle either does not shed its fluid and shrink after releasing the egg, or does not release an egg. The follicle swells with fluid, becoming a follicular ovarian cyst. Typically, one cyst appears at any one time and normally goes away within a few weeks (without treatment).


B) Luteal ovarian cysts

These are much less common. After the egg has been released it leaves tissue behind (corpus luteum). Luteal cysts can develop when the corpus luteum fills with blood. In most cases, this type of cyst goes away within a few months. However, it may sometimes split (rupture), causing sudden pain and internal bleeding.

2- Pathological cysts:

Pathological cysts – these are cysts that grow in the ovaries; they may be harmless (benign) or cancerous (malignant).

A) Dermoid cysts (cystic teratomas)

Dermoid cysts are the most common type of pathological cyst for women under 30 years of age. Cystadenomas are more common among women aged over 40 years.

Dermoid cysts (cystic teratomas)

A dermoid cyst a bizarre tumor, usually benign. This type of cyst develops from a totipotential germ cell, the cell can give rise to all orders of cells necessary to form mature tissues. Dermoid cysts contain hair, skin, bone and other tissues (sometimes even teeth). A totipotential germ cell can develop in any direction. They are formed from cells that make eggs.


B) Cystadenomas

Cystadenomas are ovarian cysts that develop from cells that cover the outer part of the ovary. Some are filled with a thick, mucous substance, while others contain a watery liquid. Rather than growing inside the ovary itself, cystadenomas are usually attached to the ovary by a stalk. By existing outside the ovary, they have the potential to grow considerably. Although they are rarely cancerous.

The following conditions may increase the risk of developing ovarian cysts:

(i) Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition in which cells that are normally found inside the uterus (endometrial cells) are found growing outside of the uterus. That is the lining of the inside of the uterus is found outside of it. Endometrial cells are the cells that shed every month during menstruation, and so endometriosis is most likely to affect women during their childbearing years. Women with this condition have a higher risk of developing ovarian cysts.

(ii) Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)

In this condition many small and harmless cysts develop on the ovaries, caused by a problem with hormone balance produced by the ovaries. People with PCOS have a higher risk of developing ovarian cysts.


1- A cyst is a closed sac-like structure – an abnormal pocket of fluid, similar to a blister – that contains either liquid, gaseous, or semi-solid material..

2- A cyst is a closed sac-like structure like a blister. It consists of liquid, gaseous, or semi-solid substance.

3- A cyst is not a normal part of the tissue, it has a separate membrane. The outer section of a cyst is called the cyst wall.

4- Ovarian cyst size can range widely from being as small as a pea to larger than an orange.

5- Ovarian cysts are usually benign (harmless).

6- Ovarian cysts occur most frequently during a female’s reproductive years.


Even if there are symptoms, they alone cannot determine whether a patient has an ovarian cyst. There are several other conditions with similar signs and symptoms, including endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy or ovarian cancer. A ruptured ovarian cyst may present similar signs and symptoms to those of appendicitis or diverticulitis.

Signs and symptoms of an ovarian cyst may include:

1. Irregular menstruation – periods may also become painful, heavier or lighter than normal
2. A pain in the pelvis. This may be persistent pain or an intermittent dull ache that may spread to the lower back and thighs
3. Pelvic pain may appear just before menstruation begins
4. Pelvic pain may occur just before menstruation ends
5. Dyspareunia – pelvic pain during sexual intercourse. Some women may experience pain and discomfort in the abdomen after sex
6. Pain when passing a stool
7. Pressure on the bowels
8. Some pregnancy symptoms, including breast tenderness and nausea
9. Bloating, swelling, or heaviness in the abdomen
10.  Problems fully emptying the bladder
11. Pressure on the rectum or bladder – the patient may have to go to the toilet more often, either to urinate or pass a stool
12. Hormonal abnormalities – in some rare cases the body produces abnormal amounts of hormones, resulting in changes in the way the breasts and body hair grow.


Torsion – the stem of an ovary can become twisted if the cyst is growing on the stem, blocking the blood supply to the cyst and causing severe pain in the lower abdomen.

Bursting – if the ovarian cyst bursts, the patient will experience severe pain in the lower abdomen. If the cyst is infected pain will be worse. There may also be bleeding.

Cancer – in rare cases an ovarian cyst may be an early form of ovarian cancer.


The specialist will carry out a physical examination, focusing on possible signs and symptoms.

In determining a diagnosis, we need to know:

The shape of the cyst
The size of the cyst
The composition of the cyst – is it filled with solid, fluid or both? In most cases, fluid-filled cysts are not cancerous. Some may require further tests to find out.

Diagnostic test may also be ordered such as:
Ultrasound scan


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