How to dissolve ovarian cysts

Ovarian cysts are a very common problem for women. Ovarian cysts are very similar to blisters and are fluid filled sacs. There are different types of ovarian cysts and most of them are quite harmless and pass without the need for any medical treatment, but it would be advisable to get medical advice as at time if the cyst does not go away on its own there can be complications. There are often no visible symptoms, and when present the cysts would most likely cause a dull ache or feeling of pressure or fullness in the abdomen. The presence of pain during intercourse and otherwise could also be an indication of an ovarian cyst. An ovarian cyst can also cause delayed or irregular periods, which could be unusually painful.

Ovarian cysts that occur during a pregnancy can be serious and should be operated on as there could be torsion or twisting of the cyst, which blocks the blood flow to the cyst. The earlier it is done the better as operating on it during the later stages of pregnancy is quite risky. Under normal circumstances too surgery is often required but there are some remedies you could try out at home to facilitate the process. At times addressing the issue rapidly can eliminate the need for operation.

You can use a mixture of concentrated extract of red clover with Pulsatilla, Phytolacca and Chamomile, and add wild oat and impatiens to it. Red clover is particularly useful as it brings about a thinning in the walls of the cyst and also encourages the cyst to rupture earlier in its cycle. Try to have this mixture at least thrice a day and keep it up for three to six cycles as this will not only help clear existing cysts but also help prevent the formation of new ones.

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