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Doctor insights on: Alternative Treatments For Chocolate Cyst

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Can you suggest any alternative treatments to reduce cysts?

Can you suggest any alternative treatments to reduce cysts?

Where?: Cystic change in the breasts is very common. Of course if you have a dominant breast mass, it needs to be seen as a possible cancer. Mainstream medicine has little to offer. I've had colleagues tell me that evening primrose oil is the first herbal to try for painful / lumpy breasts. An evidence-based holist in your community may be able to offer more. ...Read more

Cyst (Definition)

A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more


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What is a chocolate cyst?

What is a chocolate cyst?

Endometriosis: A chocolate cyst is a non-medical name for endometriosis of the ovary. This is where tissue from inside the uterus grows on the ovary. The symptoms include abdominal pain in various distributions that is timed with the monthly cycle. ...Read more

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I have chocolate cyst suggest sum medicine?

I have chocolate cyst suggest sum medicine?

Surgical removal: Surgical removal if the cyst is large is the way to go. ...Read more

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I have chocolate cyst. I've just had operative laparo which probably caused this and do not want another. Plz guide me, how can I be treatd naturally?

Surgery best: A "chocolate" cyst occurs when endometriosis attaches to the ovary and bleeds into it. The old blood collects and forms a cyst. Your previous surgery did not cause this, and medical treatment of endometriosis will not get rid of it. surgery is the best option. ...Read more

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Hello. Am 28 years old and i had chocolate cyst that have been removed by a surgery last july. However a month later after it, i developed cysts again?

Hello. Am 28 years old and i had chocolate cyst that have been removed by a surgery last july. However a month later after it, i developed cysts again?

Not usual: Ovarian cysts form every month in healthy young women. Normal ovaries may be filled with small cysts (known as functional cysts). Once in a while, a cyst will become large and may cause pain due to pressure on surrounding tissues. Many ovarian cysts resolve on their own in 3-4 weeks, but an enlarged cyst can rupture causing significant pain. Hopefully you will not need surgery again. ...Read more

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Hi....I m 31 yr old female.Sufferring from chocolate cyst of size 54*32 mm.I have already gone through under surgery also.So is there any other treatm?

Hi....I m 31 yr old female.Sufferring from chocolate cyst of size 54*32 mm.I have already gone through under surgery also.So is there any other treatm?

Hormonal Suppression: Excisional surgery is only a temporary fix for chocolate cysts related to endometriosis. Unless your ovaries are being removed (and you're too young for that), one thing to try would be hormonal suppression; hibernating your ovaries, via use of continuous oral contraceptive pills or an injection called Lupron that shuts down your cycling. This can potentially quiet down any active endometriosis. ...Read more

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How many percentage of chances is there in chocolate cyst to shrink within itself only by avoiding food that boost up estrogen in our body ?

No Chances of Shrink: Chocolate cysts are endometriosis cysts on the ovary. There are no drugs or diet changes that will make those go away. Based on the way they form, they can't really decrease in size - only increase over time. Surgery is the only way to make the cyst disappear and even with surgery, there is a 15-20% chance the cyst will re-form. ...Read more

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If a chocolate cyst ruptures, how disastrous it would be? Does i?T directly affect fertility

If a chocolate cyst ruptures, how disastrous it would be? Does i?T directly affect fertility

It can: Chocolate cysts or endometriomas, are associated with endometriosis. This condition is known to cause both scar tissue and inflammation in the pelvis. Scar tissue in the tubes can lead to infertility. It's not 100% that if you had an endometrioma that you will have infertility. Every woman is different. If cyst ruptures, can also cause pain. See doctor if you're worried this happened. Good luck! ...Read more