What are the symptoms of an Ovarian Cyst?
A large ovarian cyst or one that’s twisted on your ovary or ruptured can cause symptoms such as:
If your pain is sudden and intense and you have a fever or are vomiting, seek emergency medical attention. It could be a sign that your cyst has ruptured, which causes internal bleeding and can be a serious threat to your health.
How are Ovarian Cysts treated?
The good news is that most ovarian cysts go away on their own within a few months. If you’re diagnosed with an ovarian cyst that doesn’t pose any immediate health threats, you start a watchful waiting process. We will monitor your cyst to ensure it doesn’t grow, increasing its risk for rupture.
Birth control can be effective in preventing cysts from coming back. If you have a history of ovarian cysts, talk to your practitioner about your preventive birth control options.