Is it ok to take fertilaid with ovarian cysts?

It is okay. Be aware that Fertilaid has not be shown scientifically to help with any menstrual or fertility related condition, in spite of the banners on their website. But it is not unsafe to take it.

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Does fertilaid cure ovarian cysts and fibroids?

No. Fertilaid has not been show scientifically to cure - or even help - with any female reproductive condition, in spite of the banners on their websites. Read more...

What fertility drugs can you take with ovarian cyst?

Depends... The answer depends on the size of the cyst and other factors. You should discuss this with your Ob/Gyn or fertility specialist. Best wishes! Read more...

Having ovarian cyst removed in fri. How long does it take for stitches to disolve? Vacation in 2 weeks

Depends. It depends on the type of suture and how they close your skin. Also, i generally don't use sutures to close the skin, but use essentially a glue instead. I would ask your physician what he/she does and what to expect post-operatively. Read more...

If I get an ovarian cyst 2.5cm does that mean that the egg did not release this month or whenever it occured&formed? How long does it take to form?

Correct. It takes about two weeks for the egg to ripen to ovulation. Ovulation is triggerred by a horone spike. A variety of difficulties can occur to prevent ovulation. If this occurs on a regular basis, often characterized by markedly irregular menses, a gynecologist can help can help sot it out. Read more...
No. Small ovarian cysts are extremely common in young women. It does not necessarily mean that you did not ovulate. Many small cyst will resolve after 1 or 2 normal cycles. Read more...

I've had 4 surgeries in the past year due to recurrent ovarian cysts. In a short time they get~8-9cm. I take bc, but doesn't help. What should I do?

Acupuncture? Since the origin of ovarian cysts have to do with hormonal balance, and western medicine's best guess is usually bc pills, try acupuncture . If that is not available, have the prescribing doctor switch to another potency of birth control. Read more...