You have been diagnosed with a hemorrhagic cyst. It sounds really scary and potentially dangerous. So, why did your doctor send you back home? Why are you not admitted for some sort of procedure? The answer: hemorrhagic cysts are aptly named and treatable, but only if necessary.

The next question you are probably wondering is why treatment is not immediately necessary, if you have been diagnosed. After all, everybody knows that the root word ‘hemorrhage’ means uncontrollable bleeding. So, why are you sitting at home and looking up your condition on the computer?

Although hemorrhagic cysts sound like something that will make you die from loss of blood in the near future, most of the time, they are not even detected. It is true. Many women have had a hemorrhagic cyst and never been the wiser. In many cases, the body natural takes care of the problem and regulates itself.

A hemorrhagic cyst is simply a cyst that has a vein break, which means the growth will have blood inside, possibly filling the cyst. The body can still have the ability to resolve the growth without you ever knowing it is there in the first place.

The problem is when/if the cyst ruptures. Even then it does not necessarily mean you are in big trouble. But, if you have a discharge other than your normal menstrual cycle or abdominal pain, you should see a doctor.

The 4 treatment options, under normal circumstances, are up to you. If you are in no undue pain or discomfort, and a regular painkiller like Tylenol will do the trick, you may want to give you body a chance to heal.

Hormone therapy may be suggested by the doctor, if the body cannot regulate itself in a month or two, or the pain becomes too intense. However, this means taking birth control pills to suppress the production of estrogen and progesterone. In other words, you will not be able to get pregnant during this course of treatment. Then, when the hormone therapy stops, so you can have a baby, the cysts will likely return and make it difficult to get pregnant.

Surgery is another suggestion. With a laparoscopy, the minimally invasive procedure will get rid of the hemorrhagic cysts. But, all forms of surgery can be dangerous, and this particular surgery has the potential of creating scar tissue in the uterus, which can also cause discomfort and prevent conception. Also of course, it does not guarantee the cysts will not return.

So, natural holistic therapy has become a popular alternative to the traditional treatments. Many women have written testimonials to say the cysts resolved themselves and did not return, and many of these some went on to become mothers.

In short, the choices regarding your health and the treatment for hemorrhagic cysts are up to you. But, if the cysts can be resolved without endangering the ability to have children, while avoiding more invasive procedures, the best idea is to at least give natural holistic therapy a shot. You could join the ranks of the thousands of women who have completely cured their ovarian cysts using this method alone.

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