End Ovarian Cysts – Book Review

02/28/2015

End Ovarian Cysts – Book Review

 

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Inside End Ovarian Cysts, you’ll discover:

  • 3 simple steps you can quickly & easily use to alleviate the pain – and eliminate your ovarian cysts completely!
  • 1 dirt-cheap item you can find at your grocery store that will start breaking them down INSTANTLY!
  • The secret technique for preventing ovarian cysts from coming back – do this 1 thing and it will be impossible to get them again.
  • The TRUTH about the “heating pad” technique! You’ll discover why millions of OC sufferers are going about this ALL WRONG!
  • The single most powerful food item that is PROVEN to eliminate them – you may already have this in your kitchen!
  • 2 simple all-natural drinks that you can make RIGHT NOW that will help regulate your cycle – WITHOUT taking birth control.
  • 1 food you MUST avoid to prevent them from coming back (don’t worry – you won’t have to make major changes to your diet!)
  • Must-see facts and evidence about ovarian cysts that may surprise you.
  • How to save $1000s of dollars in expensive treatments – simply by using these simple, natural, PROVEN methods!

The following conditions may increase the risk of developing ovarian cysts:

Endometriosis – a condition in which cells that are normally found inside the uterus (endometrial cells) are found growing outside of the uterus. That is, the lining of the inside of the uterus is found outside of it. Endometrial cells are the cells that shed every month during menstruation, and so endometriosis is most likely to affect women during their childbearing years. Women with this condition have a higher risk of developing ovarian cysts.

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) – in this condition many small and harmless cysts develop on the ovaries, caused by a problem with hormone balance produced by the ovaries. People with PCOS have a higher risk of developing ovarian cysts.

Diagnosing them

As most ovarian cysts present no signs or symptoms, they frequently go undiagnosed. This also makes it difficult to accurately estimate incidence and prevalence of the condition. Sometimes, even without symptoms, a cyst may be diagnosed during an unrelated pelvic examination or ultrasound scan.

Patients with symptoms will probably be referred by their GP (general practitioner, primary care physician) to a doctor who specializes in women’s reproductive health – a gynecologist.

The specialist will carry out a physical examination, focusing on possible signs and symptoms.

In determining a diagnosis, doctors need to know:

– The shape of the cyst.
– The size.
– The composition – is it filled with solid, fluid or both? In most cases fluid-filled cysts are not cancerous. Some may require further tests to find out.

The following diagnostic tests may also be ordered:

  • Ultrasound scan – this will be carried out to help the doctor make a diagnosis. A wand-like scanner probe (transducer) is placed on the abdomen, over where the ovaries are. Sometimes the probe may be placed inside the vagina. In both cases, the doctor is observing the ovaries on a video screen. This test can help the doctor determine whether there is a cyst, and whether it is solid, filled with fluid (or both).
  • Blood test – if there is a tumor present blood levels of CA125 (a protein) will be elevated. High CA125 levels could also mean the patient has ovarian cancer. If a woman develops an ovarian cyst that is partially solid she may have ovarian cancer. High CA125 levels may also be present in other conditions, including endometriosis, uterine fibroids or pelvic inflammatory disease.
  • Pregnancy test – a positive result may suggest the patient has a corpus luteum cyst.
  • Laparoscopy – a thin, lighted instrument (laparoscope) is inserted into the patient’s abdomen through a small incision (skin cut). If the doctor spots an ovarian cyst he/she may also remove it there and then.

What are the treatment options?

Several factors are taken into account when deciding on the type of treatment; and whether to treat at all. The main factors are:

– The patient’s age
– Whether the patient is pre- or postmenopausal
– The appearance of the cyst
– The size of the cyst
– Whether or not there are any symptoms

After applying the 3 steps approach:

  • They were gone completely in just 12 hours!
  • The pain went away within minutes!
  • The periods are now back on the normal cycle.
  • No longer felt bloated or achy.
  • All anxiety about my problem is finally gone!
  • They have never come back (and it’s been 2 years!)
  • Haven’t spent another PENNY on birth control or other “solutions”!

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