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Abnormal Ovarian Cyst Are A WARNING Sign. Treat Them Now

Jul 29, 2008
e imbalance of female hormones - progesterone and estrogen can cause abnormal ovarian cyst namely dermoid cyst, endometrioma cyst, cyst adenoma cyst, and "polycystic ovarian disease". Abnormal ovarian cysts are not the same as functional cyst. As you can understand by their name; abnormal growth of cells leads to the formation of these cysts; most of the time these cysts are only benign growths. Research is still going on to ascertain the cause behind these abnormal growths. These cysts generally stay harmless forever without causing any problems. But in some rare cases they might burst and hence lead to immediate surgery. Let us now discuss these ovarian cysts in detail:

Dermoid Cysts

These cysts are filled with various types of tissues including skin and hair. In medical terms, it's a "cystic teratoma" containing mature skin filled with sweat glands and hair follicles, long hair clumps at times and very often, pockets of blood, sebum, cartilage, eyes, teeth, nails, bone, fat and thyroid tissue. Because they're composed of mature tissues, dermoid cysts are almost always benign. However, in rare instances, they turn malignant and "Squamous Cell Carcinoma" develops in adults. In babies and children, it usually leads to the development of "Endodermal Sinus Tumor".

Periorbital Dermoid Cysts

They may develop even among small children and in them they are seen on the lateral aspect of the eyebrows. They feel like rubber and sometimes they are excised, and at other, they are watched. When they get disrupted, they may inflame. And in cases where they are not excised completely, such cysts may return. But complete excision may not be the way to go, particularly in the cases where there is a "Dumbbell Configuration" because the excision may have to go through the suture line of the skull.

Cannot Be Equated With Pilonidal Cyst

Sometimes it becomes difficult to differentiate a tiny dermoid cyst which has appeared somewhere on the head i.e. skull sutures, under tongue, palate, nose, sinus or coccyx from a pilonidal cyst. The reason is that both these cysts are "full of hair". A pilonidal cyst is basically a pilonidal sinus which has got obstructed. And a sinus might develop from any teratoma adjoining the surface of the body. Such developments might also take place in the form of clusters. A pilonidal cyst is also known as "Sacrococcygeal Fistula" and may form as a dermal infection which adjoins the tailbone. These can be very painful.

Differential Diagnosis

There are a lot of similarities between the pilonidal cyst and the dermoid cyst and it is the maximum due to the presence of the Germ Cell Tumour. Whenever there is a teratoma it means that surgery is essential and this is why it has to be diagnosed properly. But the surgery needs to be carried out without any spillage and so the oncologist must be reputed.

Endometrioma Cyst

This cyst is also known as the 'chocolate cyst of endometriosis'. It occurs when the tissues along the uterus lining get attached to the ovaries.

Cyst Adenoma Cyst

The cysts that develop from the abnormal growth of cells on the outer surface of ovaries are called the ovarian cyst or the Cyst adenoma Cyst. The biggest tumours are the Mucinous cyst adenomas. A particular Ovarian Mucinous Cyst adenoma`s weight can almost reach 149 Kg. These cysts generally occur in the young age. In most of the cases the tumour is unilateral. Very rarely does it turn malignant, but it does happen. And for these reasons they should be treated seriously and appropriately.

Mutinous cyst adenomas generally falls in the category of asymptomatic cysts, and tend to occur in patients with some abdominal mass. It is therefore essential to carry out a gynaecological examination of female patients if they complain of abdominal uneasiness. And all areas should be studied carefully by the doctor during pelvic pathology tests.

Polycystic Ovarian Cyst

Polycystic Ovarian Cysts occur due to the build up of 'Follicle Cysts', there by leading to the thickening of the ovaries. The ovaries tend to get enlarged and a thick covering gathers around the outer end thus leading to the prevention of ovulation. This paves the way to further fertility problems. Polycystic ovarian cyst is also known as PCOS.

Holistic approach

Every single ovarian cyst mentioned above can be cured by opting for the holistic approach. Its divinity paves the way for cure of abnormal ovarian cyst. The holistic approach is gaining more and more attention everyday because of the absence of side-effects in it. Also, a person becomes stronger physically and mentally both from the holistic approach. Since cysts have various different causes ranging from hormonal imbalance to emotional stress, the holistic approach believes in an overall approach in curing the cysts. It includes ways to balance and improve the mental, emotional and physical health. Exercising regular goes a long way in achieving this. This is the way that the holistic approach takes in order to cure abnormal ovarian cysts.
About the Author
Mary Parker is a certified nutritionist and author of the #1 best-selling e-book, Ovarian Cysts No More . For Further Information: Ovarian Cysts
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