Home remedy for cyst near vaginal wall

Types of Cysts

A cyst can be described as an abnormal growth on the body, which is filled with liquid, air or other material. It is possible for a cyst to develop under your skin or even on the bones. At times, cysts are not really a cause for concern, as they do not harm your body in any way. But in some instances, the cyst could be dangerous and may need to be treated as soon as possible. Very often, people refer to cysts mainly as cancerous or non- cancerous cyst. There are many different types of cysts that can crop up on the body and they are usually distinguished on the basis of their location, color, cause and symptoms. While there are hundreds of different types of cysts, some of the most commonly seen ones include:

Skin Cysts

Like the name suggests, these cysts are formed just under the layer of the skin. They are the most common types of cysts and, fortunately, are usually innocuous, as they do not lead to cancer. The two most common types of skin cysts include sebaceous cysts and cherry angiomas.

Sebaceous cysts usually develop just below the skin are contain an oily substance. It is very important to ensure that these cysts are neither scratched nor picked at. One of the most effective steps in sebaceous cyst home treatment is the application of a warm compress, which relieves the pain, as well as the swelling. In case of a stubborn cyst, medical treatment or even surgery may be required.

Cherry Angiomas are formed at the top of the skin and are usually smooth, red and harmless. These cysts are more common in people over the age of 40.

Ovarian Cysts

Many women across the United States suffer from ovarian cysts. These cysts are usually painless and also disappear on their own, without any medical treatment. The main cause of these cysts is an egg-sac that does not break open properly, or dissolve as a part of the menstrual cycle. A serious medical condition, known as endometriosis could also be a cause for ovarian cysts. Many women are asked to use home remedies for cysts on ovaries, in order to deal with the problem. However, it may be important to seek medical attention if the home remedies for ovarian cysts do not yield the desired results, if the cysts grow too large, are painful or harm the ovary in any way.


The cysts that appear around the eyelids or the eyes and look more like pimples, are known as chalazions. It is quite easy to treat them, using simple home remedies for cysts on the face, like a warm compress, eye drops and topical creams.

Baker Cysts

Also known as ganglion cysts, these are usually filled with a thicker fluid and are found behind the knees. The exact causes of these cysts are still not clear. At times, a baker cyst may disappear on its own, without any treatment, but in several cases, it can interfere with daily activities and therefore needs to be treated. The treatment for this problem usually includes steroid injections, drainage and a baker cyst exercise routine.

Some of the other different types of cysts that may be seen in people include atachnoid cysts, renal cysts, epididymal cysts and dermoid cysts.

Fibrocystic Breast Cysts

A fibrotic breast can be described as a breast with tissue that is much denser than normal. There are many women who have this problem, mainly due to hormonal changes. In fact there are a number of women who experience such changes in their breasts around the menstrual due date. Women with fibrous breasts usually experience some amount of tenderness, but there are several exceptions. Some people refer to this phenomenon as Fibrocystic Breast Disease, but health experts claim that this is a misnomer. This could be due to the fact that women with fibrocystic breasts may not actually have cysts. However, a self-exam could cause a woman to feel several lumpy spots on the breasts, which may feel like cysts. Of course, several of them could experience some amount of pain, which could cause them to get all concerned and believe that they are suffering from a serious ailment or disease.

There are several ways in which breasts can be made less fibrous, which will reduce the pain and the formation of the cysts and helps with fibrocystic breast cysts treatment. A diet that is high in Vitamins B6, C and E regulates the hormonal levels in the body. Therefore, in order to prevent the formation of cysts, or to reduce their size, women are advised to follow a diet that is high in fresh fruit, vegetables and other fibrous food. Primrose oil, which is rich in gamma-linolenic acid, can help to reduce the inflammation and decrease pain in the breast. One of the most common home remedies for cysts in breast includes massage therapy.

What is the best liver cysts treatment?

Many people suffer from liver cysts, though they are not as common as cyst on the ovaries or even the kidneys. The simple cysts on the liver generally do not cause any symptoms; nor do they usually require any treatment. However, at times, these liver cysts may become large and could lead to discomfort and pain mainly in the upper right part of the abdominal region. In case such a situation arises, the patient has several different liver cysts treatment options to choose from. Given below are some of the ways in which liver cysts can be treated:

  • Antibiotics: If the liver cyst is caused by a bacterial infection, antibiotics are usually prescribed in the treatment. Depending on the severity of the infections, the antibiotics may need to be taken for a few days or even a few weeks.
  • Drainage: Most of the liver cysts are filled with fluid, which can be drained, by a doctor. Once the fluid is drained, the pressure and pain in the abdominal area reduce. While this method may reduce the discomfort caused by the cyst, it does not address the underlying cause; this means that the cyst can come back.
  • Sclerotherapy: This method is usually adopted only when everything else seems ineffective. A medical health care provider injects some sterile alcohol into the cyst and disinfects it, causing it to shrink.
  • Surgery: Cysts that are large and do not respond to other forms of treatment are usually removed through surgical procedures.

Home Remedies

There are many ways to treat a cyst, depending on the type of cyst as well as its causes. Many cysts do not really require medical treatment and can easy be cured with the help of natural and home remedies. Given below are some of the most widely recommended home remedies for cysts:

  • Boil a teabag and allow it to cool for a few minutes. Then, squeeze out the excess water and place the teabag over the cyst. For best results, place a heating pad over the teabag, for around an hour or so. This will cause the cyst to pop and drain.
  • Wash a potato thoroughly and slice off a small piece, making sure its skin is still on. Using a bandage, apply the potato slice directly on to the cyst. For maximum effect, this should be done just before bedtime, so that the bandage can be left on all night long.
  • A warm compress or a clean cloth dipped in lukewarm water can help relieve the discomfort caused by a cyst to a great extent. In case of skin cysts, it is also important to ensure that the surrounding area is cleaned with antibacterial soap and some warm water at regular intervals during the day.

There are several other home remedies for cysts and boils easily available through various resources. However, it is best to consult a doctor and get an approval, before using any of them.

answered by A S

You can use Tea Tree Oil to help, add 3 drops of the oil to a base oil, 1/4 cup, you can use a good oilve oil for this.

answered by C

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