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natural and surgical treatment for ovarian cyst


By On 26/12/2019

What are Ovarian Cysts

The ovarian cysts are sacs filled with fluid that can develop in or on your ovaries. Most ovarian cysts are harmless and go away on their own. But you may need to have an operation to remove a cyst if it is causing you pain or discomfort or if there is a chance that it is cancer.

Ovarian cysts are usually removed using a surgical procedure called laparoscopy  (a type of keyhole surgery), but sometimes open surgery is necessary. Your procedure will be performed by a gynecologist. 


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Prepare for the removal of the ovarian cyst

You will get information from your hospital on how to prepare for your operation. If you smoke, for example, you will be asked to quit. Smoking increases your risk of getting an infection after surgery, which can slow your recovery. It can also lead to complications.

Ovarian cysts are usually removed with keyhole surgery as a daily procedure. This means you can probably go home the same day, although sometimes it is necessary to stay overnight.

Before you start, ask a friend or family member to take you home after your procedure. And make sure there can be someone home with you for the first 24 hours.

The operation is performed under general anesthesia, so you will sleep during the operation. You will be prompted to follow the fasting instructions. This usually means not to eat or drink anything other than clear fluids about six hours before your surgery. You can usually drink water for up to two hours before your surgery, but not after. It is important to follow the advice given by your hospital.

You may be asked to wear compression stockings to help prevent blood clots from forming in the veins in the legs.

Your gynecologist will discuss with you what will happen before, during, and after your procedure, including any pain, you may be feeling. If you are unsure of something, don't be afraid to ask. No question is too short. It is important that you feel fully informed so that you can give your consent to the procedure. You may be asked to do so by signing a consent form.


What are the alternatives to ovarian cyst removal?

If an ovarian cyst is not causing you any symptoms, your gynecologist may simply suggest that you monitor it rather than undergo treatment. You will need to attend regular appointments for an ultrasound to check if the cyst is clearing or changing in size. If you are under 50, most ovarian cysts will go away on their own within two to three months.


What Happens During Ovarian Cyst Removal?

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Removal of the ovarian cyst is usually done through keyhole surgery, but sometimes a larger cut is needed (open surgery). Your gynecologist will discuss with you the type of operation best suited to your situation.

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Keyhole surgery (laparoscopy)

Simple or small cysts can usually be removed with surgery. If you are having keyhole surgery, your gynecologist will make two or three small cuts (between 5mm and 1cm long). One will be near your belly button and two will be lower, usually one on each side. They will pass small instruments and a tube-shaped telescopic camera (called a laparoscope) through the cuts. This procedure is called laparoscopy. Your gynecologist will then examine your ovaries and remove the cyst. The cuts on your skin are closed with glue or stitches.


Open surgery (laparotomy)

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In some situations, your gynecologist may need to perform open surgery. This is when a smaller, larger cut is made in your lower abdomen (tummy) to reach your ovary. Your gynecologist may recommend that you have open surgery if the cyst is very large or if it is possible that it is cancerous. Or, they may need to change the laparoscopy to open the surgery during the procedure in order to safely remove your cyst. In some circumstances, it may be necessary to remove your entire ovary during the procedure.


What to expect after

After your laparoscopy, your nurse will make sure you are not in pain and let you rest for a few hours. They will offer you something to eat and drink. You can usually go later in the day when you feel ready. Someone should take you home, and a friend or family member should stay with you overnight.

Your nurse will give you advice on how to treat your injuries before you go home. They will probably want to check that you can urinate properly before you go home, and will also give you painkillers to take. You may be given a date for a follow-up appointment.

Having general anesthesia affects everyone differently. You may find that you are not as well coordinated or that it is difficult to think clearly. It should pass within 24 hours. In the meantime, don't drive, drink alcohol, operate machinery, or sign anything important. Always follow the advice given by your gynecologist or the hospital.

If your gynecologist used soluble stitches, these will go away on their own. The other stitches may need to be removed by your GP's office nurse. It will usually be around five to seven days after your operation.


Recovery from ovarian cyst removal

Your body needs time to heal after surgery. Everyone is different. You may feel tired and need to take a nap for a few days after you get home.

But it is also important for your recovery that you stand up. Try to take a few short walks (10-15 minutes) in the first few days, then increase gradually. One week after the operation, most women can walk slowly and steadily for 60 minutes. After about two weeks, they returned to their normal level of physical activity. You should avoid heavy lifting for four weeks.

You will likely be able to return to work a week after the procedure, but this may depend on the type of work you are doing. It may take a week or more. The time it takes to recover will also be affected by whether you've had keyhole or open surgery. It takes longer to recover from open surgery. If you have questions about your recovery or when you can resume particular activities, ask your gynecologist. It is important to follow their advice.

If you need pain relief, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen. 


Side effects of ovarian cyst removal

After your surgery, you may have side effects. These should be mostly temporary and can include:

-Pain or discomfort in the lower abdomen for a few days after your operation;

-Pain in the shoulders;

-A small amount of vaginal bleeding for up to 48 hours;

-Feeling more tired than usual for a few days


Complications of ovarian cyst removal

Complications arise when more serious and unexpected problems occur during or after your procedure.

Most women recover well after the removal of the ovarian cystKeyhole surgery causes fewer complications and has a shorter recovery time than open surgery.

Possible complications from any type of surgery include bleeding or a blood clot, usually in a vein in the leg (deep vein thrombosis - DVT). You could also develop an infection.

Removing the cyst from the ovary can damage other organs, such as the bowel, ureters or bladder, but this is unusual.

Your ovaries produce important hormones and eggs, which can be fertilized. Your gynecologist will try to preserve your ovaries so that your hormones are not affected and you can still have children, but this may not always be possible. Before your procedure, your gynecologist should discuss with you the risk of losing an ovary during the operation.

If you have any of the following symptoms, you should contact the hospital where you had your operation:

-Stomach pain that gets worse

-A high temperature, especially if you have also lost your appetite or are ill;

-Red or sore skin around your scars;

-Burning or tingling sensation when you urinate more often, or that you cannot do so at all;

-Pain, swelling, redness, or a feeling of heat on the legs.


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