We offer a completely natural treatment to cure your ovarian cysts (polycystic ovary syndrome). It is one of the best natural remedies in the world for eliminating ovarian cysts. It will also help you expel the waste from your uterus.
Natural treatment with medicinal plants to cure ovarian cysts
If you have polycystic ovary syndrome and are looking for a natural treatment that will cure you and save you from having the operation, here is the natural treatment for you. We offer an all natural treatment to cure your ovarian cysts. It is therefore made up of three elements: herbal teas, a poultice, and vaginal ova. It is an effective, fast and long-lasting natural remedy that can permanently eliminate cysts. All the elements of our treatment are natural and herbal. Then trust us! So it’s the secret to curing ovarian cysts without surgery.
This natural treatment with medicinal plants against ovarian cysts has proven its effectiveness with dozens of cases resolved. This herbal tea is the miracle solution to permanently cure ovarian cysts.
Indeed, it contains several plants that will mimic the action of estrogen in your body. The herbal tea is made up of several herbs that regulate hormone levels and the size of your cysts. Thus this natural remedy, will help you to relieve the pains of the menstrual cycle and to regulate your cycle.
It is the best natural remedy for curing ovarian cysts. However, the herbal tea will also expel the waste from your uterus. Generally, except when the diagnosis is too late, our natural treatment can cure ovarian cysts without side effects. When you are in a relationship and a pregnancy is slow in coming, know that it is totally justified to treat your ovarian cysts because they can cause very serious fertility problems (lack of ovulation).
Overall, Plants give positive results and on the decrease and disappearance of ovarian cysts. So this is the secret to removing ovarian cysts without surgery. Also, the use of plants is very positive because they attack the root ailment. The effect of the natural remedy for ovarian cysts that we offer is then lasting and will prevent you from going through an operation.
Certainly operations can get rid of ovarian cysts, but this is temporary because other cysts can reappear over time. Conversely, with our natural remedy, it’s different. This is the quick fix for making cysts disappear forever. Our secret to permanently eradicate ovarian cysts is that we favor plants that have a long-term action. Thus, our herbal teas have no side effects.
NB: We would like to have an ultrasound at the start of treatment and every month during treatment to better treat your ovarian cysts. Please note that in some cases we may ask you for an MRI and / or scanner. This will allow us to determine the best treatment for the reduction and disappearance of your ovarian cysts.
Duration of treatment Our natural treatment for ovarian cysts varies from 1 to 2 months. Rest assured ! It’s the quick fix for curing ovarian cysts. However, the duration of natural treatment will depend on the type of ovarian cysts you have and their state of development. However, Our support is individualized. It will vary depending on your symptoms and expectations.
Food for ovarian cysts
-Avoid consumption of alcohol and tobacco. Alcohol and smoking are considered primary factors for such diseases and it is important for repair to give up these habits permanently
– Prefer foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids in your diet, such as avocados, fish, coconut oil.
Our doctor’s opinion
Ovarian cysts are benign neoformations, with fluid content, developed at the expense of the epithelial lining of the ovary or germ cells. Generally, they are discovered because of their symptoms. Thus, they make patients anxious. However, many are dissatisfied with the medical treatment that is prescribed. But nature offers us a very effective herbal remedy. Be confident! The most important thing is to follow the advice listed above. Your treatment will be based on ultrasound results.
What is an ovarian cyst?
Ovarian cysts are tumors that develop at the expense of the ovary. Frequent, polycystic ovary syndrome can cause infertility problems. They are a fairly common problem, since 5% to 7% of women develop one during their lifetime. These are small lumps that are filled with liquids. The cyst is physiological in 90% of cases. It will go away on its own without any treatment. However, in some cases, ovarian cysts can disrupt fertility. If they get too big or their appearance is suspicious.
The ovaries each contain several groups of follicles, which contain future oocytes (ova). During each cycle, under the influence of the gonadostimulins (FSH and LH) released by the pituitary gland, several follicles develop. Ovulation normally occurs on the fourteenth day of the cycle. Only one of them, the most developed called the De Graaf follicle, protrudes from the surface of the ovary and releases an egg.
The fringes of the tubular pavilion, by their movements resembling those of algae in water, capture the ovum and make it penetrate into the fallopian tubes. After its rupture, the De Graaf follicle will transform into a yellow body which will secrete 2 hormones essential for the preparation of the entire female genital tract. Then, a new cycle resumes and so on.
Follicle growth causes small balls to appear on the surface of the ovary. They are also visible by ultrasound. We speak of a cyst in two cases: if the follicle exceeds 3 centimeters and if a yellow body persists. Most of the time, they only require monitoring. But an ovarian cyst can rupture and cause sudden pelvic pain and complications. Cysts can also develop at the expense of ovarian tissue and become cancerous. Sometimes it’s a whole group of follicles that don’t mature, they turn into as many cysts and block the ovary. It’s polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
CAUSES AND SYMPTOMS
The different types of ovarian cysts and their causes
There are 2 categories of cysts: functional cysts and organic cysts. Let’s first talk about so-called functional cysts
Functional ovarian cysts or liquid cysts
They develop in women of childbearing age. They come from the transformation of an ovarian follicle or a remnant of a follicle that spilled the egg into the fallopian tube (the corpus luteum). They are simply made up of an ovarian follicle which, during its development, has secreted too much liquid. They regress mainly at the end of the cycle and are always mild. It’s normal to have a small cyst when you’re not on the pill. They represent almost 85% of cysts that develop in the ovary.
In some cases, under the influence of inadequate pituitary stimulation or because the ovary is irritated by a nearby infection (salpingitis), the follicle secretes abnormal amounts of fluid, sometimes mixed with blood. It then constitutes a painful swelling bumpy in the ovary, sometimes reaching the size of a chicken egg, or even a grapefruit.
Such functional cysts grow to menstruation, then regress and disappear. Others, however, can form during the following menstrual cycles. Without danger, they are often manifested by irregular periods and especially by pain during the period preceding the periods.
Organic ovarian cysts or solid cysts
Ultrasound is usually not enough to successfully characterize this cyst. Your gynecologist will prescribe either a CT scan or an MRI. With this additional examination, we will have an idea of the nature of this cyst
They mainly affect women during menopause. Unlike functional cysts, they do not regress. They are also mild in most cases. But beware, they can progress to a tumor process. Until now, their origin has not yet been clearly established. There are 4 types, namely:
Serous cysts: They are the most frequent and often appear before the age of 40
Mucoid or mucinous cysts: They are often seen in women aged 20 to 50, with an average age of 42.
Dermoid cysts: Their cell structure is similar to that of the skin. We find very original things like teeth, hair and tissue that can come from any organ in the body.
Endometriotic cysts: Linked to a disease called endometriosis, they have a thick wall traversed by blood vessels. Every month, when the period is going to flow outward, in this endometriotic cyst there is blood that will form. Each month it will get bigger and we will have a big cyst full of blood.
Symptoms of ovarian cysts
Ovarian cysts are in 50% of the cases without symptoms. We often speak of asymptomatic cysts. Nevertheless, these cysts can cause some moderate signs allowing them to be detected. It is :
–Infertility (Difficulty getting pregnant)
–Pain during intercourse (dyspareunia)
– Weight gain and / or difficulty losing weight. If you are, you will need to exercise. This will make it easier for your cysts to disappear.
-Increase in abundance and duration of menstruation (menorrhagia)
– Spotting between periods (metrorrhagia)
-Increased hairiness of the face or other parts of the body
Ovarian cysts and pregnancy
Ovarian cysts are unfortunately very common in women of childbearing age. This is called polycystic ovary syndrome. If most of the time they do not cause any problems, neither to get pregnant, nor during pregnancy, they happen to cause very important fertility problems.
Indeed, if the cyst is linked to an endometriosis (migration of the endometrial tissue which develops in other organs), the old menstrual blood can then flow back through the fallopian tubes, become fixed on the ovaries and disturb their good functioning. These are polycystic ovary syndrome or ovarian dystrophy or Stein-Leventhal syndrome. One in 10 women is affected by polycystic ovary syndrome. There is a link between polycystic ovary syndrome and diabetes.
Insulin levels in the blood tend to rise in a woman with polycystic ovary syndrome. Symptoms of this disease are: Lack of ovulation (anovulation), weight gain, acne and increased hair growth. The absence of rules will then manifest as it will be the direct consequence of a lack of ovulation. The natural treatment that we offer will allow you to restore your ovulation and be fertile again.
During a pregnancy, an ovarian cyst can block your baby from leaving. If this is the case, a caesarean will be required.
Your frequently asked questions (FAQ):
Are ovarian cysts dangerous?
Whether functional or organic, the cyst can be complicated. It can bleed, twist, rupture, or become infected. Functional cysts are generally safe and spontaneously regress during menstruation to reappear the next cycle. They are always mild and do not progress to cancer. On the other hand, organic cysts are much more dangerous. Organic cysts develop permanently in the ovary and do not follow the course of the menstrual cycle.
Most of the time, they are also mild. However, some organic cysts can progress to cancer. Malignant organic cysts are certainly rare, but can be the basis of peritoneal and lymph node metastases. During a pregnancy, an ovarian cyst can block your baby from leaving. If this is the case, a caesarean will be required.
Does an ovarian cyst hurt?
An ovarian cyst is usually asymptomatic (painless), it does not “hurt”. But it can cause pain and / or chronic heaviness in the lower abdomen.