Ovarian Cysts - Ovaries are two small organs located next to the women uterus (womb). Ovarian role in the manufacture of hormones, including estrogen hormones which trigger menstruation. Each month, the ovary releases an egg, which then fell into the fallopian tube for fertilization. The process of egg release is referred to as ovulation.
Ovarian cysts or enlarged ovaries are the result of ovarian fluid filling, generally occurs on fertile days.
Symptoms of ovarian cysts are:
- Pain or bloating around the stomach.
- Difficult or too frequent urination.
- Pain dipunggung bottom.
- Pain during sexual intercourse.
- Extreme pain when menstruating and bleeding are not uncommon.
- Weight gain.
- Nausea and vomiting.
- Easy to feel full and your appetite.
Examples of tests that can be done is ultrasound, MRI and check hormone levels.
Ovarian cysts may disappear on its own, but must be supervised by, do a double check after the next one to three months to see the possibility of a change in the cyst. If there are no changes and cyst starts to cause pain, may be carried out further action, such as surgery.