Ovarian Cyst

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About Ovarian Cyst

Ovarian cysts occur when fluid gathers inside a thin membrane within the ovary. The size of the cyst varies from pea-sized to bigger than an orange. Cysts are closed sac-like structures full of gaseous, liquid, or semi-solid substances. The capsular or outer portion of a cyst is known as the cyst wall. It differs from an abscess due to the absence of pus. Normally, ovarian cysts are small and harmless. They commonly occur during the reproductive years, but may manifest at any age. Ovarian cysts are usually devoid of any signs or symptoms. But in some cases, women may experience bleeding and pain. If the diameter of the cyst is more than 5 centimeters, surgical removal should be performed by a gynecologists.

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