Ovarian cysts have become a very common gynecological problem. The condition is very traumatic for women who traditionally have to undergo conventional medical treatment to get relief from this chronic disease.

The conventional medicine approach to ovarian cysts is the most common approach which is used when treating this disease. However, the limited treatment options and the resulting stress can simply be too much for a woman to handle. Therefore, more and more women are turning towards alternate forms of treatments for curing ovarian cysts.

Understanding The Conventional Medical Approach:

The conventional medicine approach to ovarian cysts is very simple and straightforward. There are three stages involved in the conventional treatment of ovarian cysts.

  1. Understanding the symptoms: There are certain textbook symptoms of the ovarian cysts condition, which include irregular menstruation, pelvic pain, and infertility, among others. The patients are asked to keep a tab on these symptoms so that the condition can be diagnosed as soon as possible. However, sometimes ovarian cysts do not give rise to any symptoms. In this case, they are often discovered accidentally during routine gynecological examinations.
  2. Diagnosing ovarian cysts: There are different ways of diagnosing ovarian cysts. Besides understanding the symptoms of the condition, the practitioner will also make use of Endovaginal ultrasound, CT scanning, blood tests, Laproscopy and many other forms of tests to conform his or her suspicions. Like the treatment, the diagnosis stage of the treatment can be very traumatic.
  3. Treatment: The treatment for ovarian cysts will depend upon the type of the cyst and its nature. If the cyst is benign, little or no treatment is required. The wait and see approach is almost always the first choice. However, in more serious conditions, typically when the pain caused by the cysts is too much to bear, conventional medicine will recommend the following forms of treatment
    Besides the above, pain relievers are also given to provide relief from the pain caused by the cysts.
  • Birth control pills: Birth control pills stop ovulation. They therefore repress ovarian cysts. They can also reduce the size of the follicles and help in reducing the size of the existing cysts.
  • Surgery: If the cysts are cancerous or if there are any other complications, then surgery is recommended. Surgery will again depend upon the type of cyst and the resulting complications. Sometimes, only the cyst is removed. However, it is not very uncommon to remove the ovaries to get rid of the cyst.

Disadvantages and side effects of treatment:

There are many disadvantages and side effects of the conventional medicine approach to ovarian cysts. Birth control pills can cause prolonged infertility, even when the treatment is discarded. Also, the conventional treatment does not fully cure ovarian cysts and the surgery may also increase the chances of ovarian cysts in the long run.

Hence, conventional medication is not considered to be an appropriate form of treatment for ovarian cysts. As the disease is very complex, a multidimensional approach is required to deal with the disease.

This is provided only by the holistic approach. Unlike conventional medicine, the holistic approach targets the root causes of the disease and not just the symptoms. For this reason, the holistic approach can cure ovarian cysts completely and can provide long-term relief, whereas the conventional approach frequently fails. Therefore, when it comes to curing ovarian cysts, the holistic approach is the best form of treatment.

This article is based on the book, “Natural Ovarian Cyst Relief Secrets” by Laura Hennings. After suffering for 6 long years from crippling pain caused by ovarian cysts, and having been totally failed by conventional medicine, Laura took matters into her own hands. She is now totally cyst free, and is dedicated to creating the ultimate holistic ovarian cyst solution for others, guaranteed to permanently cure all types of ovarian cysts. Learn more by visiting her website www.Ovarian-Cyst-Cures.com