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Ovarian Cysts - What Should You Know?

MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, DGO, MBBS , FCPS, DNB, FICOG, LLB
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Ovarian Cysts - What Should You Know?

A cyst is a fluid-filled sac, which is very commonly seen in the ovaries. The ovaries are the egg-producing organs in a female, and given the fact that they have a number of follicles, cysts form very commonly. In fact, most women would have had cysts at some point in their lives. There are two types of cysts – functional and non-functional.

Functional: Each month, the ovaries produce follicles which then turn into an egg and may or may not fertilize. If not fertilized, they are lost along with the tissue during the menstrual cycle. These follicles can sometimes develop into cysts, and they are often painless, asymptomatic, and disappear on their own. The follicles also produce estrogen and progesterone after the egg is released. This follicle can accumulate fluid and develop into a cyst. This is known as corpus luteum cyst.

Non-functional: There are other cysts which develop within the ovaries which can be dermoid cysts, cystadenomas, or endometriomas. These are not related to the menstrual cycle, and so-called non-functional cysts.

Risk factors: While all females are prone to have cysts, the following may increase the likelihood of cyst formation.

Symptoms and Complications:

Most ovarian cysts are benign and disappear on their own. However, some cysts can continue to grow in size and then rupture. Some symptoms with multiple, large cysts would include severe bleeding, pelvic pain, and a constant bloated feeling. There could also be fever with vomiting. Imaging can show ovarian torsion (twisting) if the cysts are too many or large.

In addition, the woman can experience excessive hairiness, pain during sexual intercourse, weight gain, bleeding abnormalities ranging from spotting to excessive bleeding.

Treatment: Most ovarian cysts pass off on their own and do not create any harm. There are some though which can cause issues ranging from infertility to ovarian torsion to severe bleeding.
Diagnosis needs to be confirmed with a pelvic laparoscopy and scanning before planning for treatment. Laparoscopy can help not just in the identification of the cysts (if there are multiple) but also in their removal.

Most often, cysts can be watched over a period of time to see if they are growing in size or number. If they are not, then they may just be left in place. If they are increasing, however, then they need to be removed and monitored to see if there are any more growing cysts.

  1. Birth control pills may be used to prevent recurrence.
  2. Surgery may be required which can range from removal of a single ovary to the complete uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes if there are many cysts.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Do incomplete medical abortion has complication or I can still have misoprostol and make it complete .

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
Hi Priya , if their is incomplete abortion which can give rise to infection and creat problem in future pregnancy . Don't take any medicines without doctor's supervision.
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I am continuously gaining weight despite keeping a healthy diet. Usually avoid fried and junk food. I was 84 kg before pregnancy and now m 95 kg .I delivered in Jan 2016 .Please suggest me to loose weight because according to my height which is 166 cm I should not weigh more than 65 kg. I really want to loose more than 30 kg in a healthy way so that my weight does not comes back.

MD, CMS, DMT
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Delhi
I am continuously gaining weight despite keeping a healthy diet. Usually avoid fried and junk food. I was 84 kg befor...
Avoid fatty and spices food and skip lunch with mild breakfast and dinner take warm water with lemon and honey 2 glass daily empty stomach walk for at least 4-5 km daily with mild exercise and diet control avoid non veg and fast food do exercise and take plenty of water and papaya every day.
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Me and my GF had unprotected sex on her periods, I am sure I didn't released my sperm. Aftr some days she got her periods as well. But now its been more than 5 days but her periods doesn't stopped. What to do? Is she pregnant? Why this kind of thing is happening. Please reply.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Me and my GF had unprotected sex on her periods, I am sure I didn't released my sperm. Aftr some days she got her per...
She is not pregnant as the period will stop in a week .If any woman is pregnant there will not be any periods as you think
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Hi Dr, Maine apne boyfriend Ke sath unprovoked sex kiya. Us time mera period chal rha tha. Mene unwanted 72 bhi liya but mera period nhi aya, one week bad Maine pregnancy check kiya to usme kuch thik se pata nhi chala to Maine mifepristone li bt 5 hours bad bhi muje bleeding nhi aya me bahot problem hu kya kru? please answer me fast.

M.D. Consultant Pathologist, CCEBDM Diabetes, PGDS Sexology USA, CCMTD Thyroid, ACDMC Heart Disease, CCMH Hypertension, ECG
Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
There was no chances of pregnancy if you did sex during mc period. Wait and watch is best policy to be more sure advis blood beta hcg test.

How Dry Fruits Help Us To Stay Fit?

Diploma in Diet,Health & Nutritions
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
How Dry Fruits Help Us To Stay Fit?

Munch on with dry fruits to stay fit: 

Dietician and nutritionists usually advise to #treat yourself with dry fruits to stay healthy. It is highly nutritious and healthy snack. Dried fruit has lot of micronutrients, fiber and antioxidants. One piece of dried fruit contains about the same amount of nutrients as the fresh fruit.

Our dietician ekta jain explains us the qualities of different dry fruits and how they affect our health:

1. Almond: It’s a healthy substitute for snacking option and can be enjoyed anytime considered very useful for both mental and physical development of body.
2. Cashews: Loaded with health benefits and are rich source of vitamin e and b6. Can be used to add texture and flavor to various dishes.

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I am 25 years I got period last month may now this month not came I was taking pills upto march novelon. I stopped in march and from last fifteen days back pain is also very much what is the reason? help me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
I am 25 years I got period last month may now this month not came I was taking pills upto march novelon. I stopped in...
Hello if you are married, get your pregnancy test done. If comes positive, consult a gynaecologist otherwise take homoeopathic medicine - pulsatilla 200/ one dose daily once foe a week. Revert me back.

1. I am 47 years old female. My height is 145cms. What should be my weight. 2. I am diabetic for past 3 years but in control. What fruits and vegetables can I eat?

MS- Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
1. I am 47 years old female. My height is 145cms. What should be my weight.
2. I am diabetic for past 3 years but in ...
Your weight should be 45-47 kg. Veg you can all green leafy veg avoid arbi, kachalu, chukander, potato. In fruit avoid cheku, pine apple, grape banana, mango.
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Hi doctor, I am 32 yrs old, newly married. Last week I finished with my periods & had intercourse. I had an i pill too, same day. Today morning I started bleeding. I do not know why. And I started my workout out today, treadmill & floor exercises. Why am I bleeding? Please advise.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), CRAV
Ayurveda, Bangalore
Hi lybrate-user. The function of I pill is induced bleeding and clean the uterus. Bt your periods was just finished. That means your uterus is already clean. Again by medicine you aggravates the bleeding. Bt you do not worry it will be normal within few days. Do not do any physical excercise and do not take hot n spicy diet. Next time please take precaution or either do by checking your safe or unsafe time.
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I am 17 year old girl suffering from pcod. I had taken krimson 35 now I want to know should I continue krimson because steroids drugs are harmful for body. Please suggest me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I am 17 year old girl suffering from pcod. I had taken krimson 35 now I want to know should I continue krimson becaus...
You need to take treatment for PCOS. Now it’s your decision with which pathy you want to continue. PCOD/PCOS is a common hormonal disorder in women which can lead to weight gain and irregular periods. While most women depend on pills to deal with it, these simple changes in your lifestyle will help you deal with the condition in a better way. 1. Nutritional approach: Deficiency of micronutrients contributes to insulin insensitivity and compromise ovarian function. So, •Completely stay away from processed/ refined cereals (which have a high glycemic index or GI). Switch to wheat, rice, jowar, ragi, barley (which have low GI) and enjoy your roti, parantha, pulao, biryani, dosa, poha, upma etc. •Eat an adequate amount of lean proteins like dal, milk, eggs, fish, yogurt, cheese, paneer, lassi, sprouted legumes. •Include good sources of omega-3 and omega-6 present in nuts, seeds, ghee, olives, coconut etc. Our body needs essential fatty acids for absorption of fat soluble vitamins like A, D, and E. •Alpha-lipoic acid improves glucose uptake in cells, promotes weight loss and improves the health of ovaries. It is found in flaxseeds, walnuts, spinach, broccoli, peas, Brussels sprouts etc. •Micronutrients like selenium, zinc, chromium, magnesium, niacin, and riboflavin improve sugar control and promote hormonal balance. These can be obtained from a variety of whole grains, nuts, green leaves, fresh fruits and veggies, egg, seafood etc. •Vitamin B12 is essential to support the function of ovaries. So include dairy (especially curd, paneer), eggs, seafood, and sprouted/fermented items. •Calcium in abundant supply helps to overcome premenstrual cramps. •Include supplements of above-mentioned nutrients as diet may not provide enough because their requirement is above normal. •Most importantly, eat local, seasonal, freshly prepared food items, stay away from food items that have long ingredient lists as they are 'processed' and have a number of additives (preservatives, artificial colors, flavor enhancers et al). 2. Exercise strategies: Regular workouts are non-negotiable. They are essential to burn off fat stores for hormonal balance and regular ovulation. A minimum of 150 minutes a week is recommended. Divide your time between strength training, cardio exercises and yoga for optimal results. Just like a diet, your exercise must be balanced too. 3. Sleep: Adequate sleep is non-negotiable too. Sleeping at a more or less fixed time every day and for an adequate number of hours is a prerequisite to keep hormones in sync. 4. De-stress yourself: Love yourself more than anyone else, prioritize your health, learn to say no, take time out to exercise and relax. Pursue your favorite activities, learn a new skill, and never ignore your body signals. So, it's certainly possible to wean yourself off the pill and restore hormonal balance by implementing and adopting permanent lifestyle modifications. Homeopathy has very encouraging results. Consult online with details.
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