Ovarian Cyst Pain Symptoms and What To Do
Ovarian cysts can sound like a dangerous predicament, but they are more frequent and at many times they can come and go without even knowing. The cyst is just a small sac of fluid that grow either on or in the ovary. They can also cultivate on /and or in the ovarian tubes.
Most of the time an ovarian cyst could go away on its own. But there are times that the cyst doesn’t go away and cause a measure amount of pain. First thing most women do is grab a bottle of ibuprofen, since it is an anti-inflammatory. Another little helpful hint to help with the pain is a castor oil pack. (Very easy and more relief then just heating pad. Castor oil has been used for over 3,000 years, for its many alleged healing properties.)
The unfortunate issue with the ovarian cyst is that the pain can come and go. You think that the cyst is gone because you are not feeling agony anymore. Then either you go to get an examination and find it is still there and growing or that intense pain just comes back.
This is a list from MedlinePlus in regards to
Ovarian Cyst Pain:
- Pain during bowel movements
- Pain in the pelvis shortly before or after beginning a menstrual period
- Pain with intercourse or pelvic pain during movement
- Pelvic pain — constant, dull aching
- Sudden and severe pelvic pain, often with nausea and vomiting, may be a sign of torsion or twisting of the ovary on its blood supply, or rupture of a cyst with internal bleeding
I have not known anyone personally who had pain while the bowel movement. But I have heard about the pain after intercourse, where the pain had them vomiting blood and much difficulties to move. Have heard pain constant to having no pain at all and doctors telling them that there is cyst. Cyst and cyst pain are tricky and you will discover at times no two cyst are a like at times. If you would like to know some alternative treatment for ovarian cyst go to this article. Make sure to that your physician is aware of what is going on with you, and your current issue and pain.
1st September 2014