Surgical operation for an ovarian cyst is not a solution for ovarian cyst and this is not a guarantee that you will never have an ovarian cyst again. This is just a last resort to get rid of the extreme pain of an ovarian cyst, which has gained a big size because of being ignored. A Doctor generally recommend removing an ovarian cyst only if the cyst is large, solid, has an irregular shape or could be cancerous. It has more possibilities to be removed if it is twisted or ruptured and is causing extreme pain. Older patients with ovarian cysts are more likely to need to have them removed since the likelihood of having a cancerous cyst increases with age.
A thorough physical examination is needed, before undergoing an ovarian cyst removal. Your doctor will need your medical history, and he will review any current medications that you may be going through. Your doctor will then order routine tests of blood and urine, as well as request that X-rays and CT scan of the abdomen will be done. So that he can confirm the diagnosis of your ovarian cyst and various positions to proceed for operation.
Your surgeon will either opt for a laparoscopic surgery or an open surgery to remove your ovarian cyst. This generally depends on the state of the cyst and the views of the patient. However in some cases, where the cyst is large, there may not be an option and open surgery is needed.
Laparoscopic surgery involves a thin tube. This tube is inserted through a small incision in your lower abdomen. The tube helps to locate an ovarian cyst and with the help of this information, your surgeon will take steps to remove the cyst.
If you had a large ovarian cyst and your doctor had advised to remove it, then a surgery under general anesthesia may be needed. You may suffer from some pain in the abdomen after surgery. You may also experience such complications as infection or bleeding. It is important to understand that recurrence of ovarian cysts is possible. In a few rare cases, the patient may also experience infertility and blood clots.
If during the surgical operation of your ovarian cyst, no ovarian cancer is detected, then it is highly unlikely that there may be some other complications. You may be back to normal in a week or two after the surgery. However if ovarian cancer is found, the patient may need surgery to remove either one or both of the ovaries. After this procedure a treatment program for the ovarian cancer would need to be started.
The best approach to treat an ovarian cyst or even PCOS " POLYCYSTIC Ovarian Cyst" is the Natural treatment called the Holistic Approach for Ovarian Cyst.
When your ovarian cyst is removed by a surgery, then you should look out that these symptoms do not occur to you, symptoms like excessive pain, abdominal swelling, bleeding, or something like fever or chills, nausea, shortness of breath, vomiting, or any other unusual thing. If you find any thing like that you should immediately consult your doctor. And just like any other surgery, surgical removal of an ovarian cyst requires some time to recover and you have to monitor for any complications.
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