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					hemorrhagic cyst?
  Learn how I discovered a natural cure for ovarian cysts and now live a healthier, cyst
free life by visiting http://www.ovariancysttreatmentreport.com">The human body is
a remarkably complex organ. In almost all instances, thousands of cells work
perfectly in harmony to create tissues, organs and systems. When you think about how
amazing that is, the mind boggles.
  However, because of the sheer complexity of each system, there is a distinct
potential for issues. When discussing a woman, her reproductive system is a delicate
system that can be prone to problems. Ovarian cysts are a common type of issue that
women experience. There are various types of cysts, each with different sources and
varying causes and complications.
  Understanding What Hemorrhagic Means
  Whenever you see the term hemorrhagic, it is a good indication that there is bleeding
involved. Hemorrhaging can be associated with numerous medical conditions and not
just cysts.
  A hemorrhagic cyst is usually associated with functional cysts- those that come from
fairly normal conditions. When a woman's body ovulates, cysts are formed as a
normal part of the process.
  However, they don't always dissipate like they should; this situation creates a
functional cyst. When a functional cyst bleeds, it is newly designated as a
hemorrhagic cyst.
  Isn't Bleeding Bad?
  It certainly isn't ideal to have bleeding in your body. However, when talking to your
doctor about a hemorrhagic cyst, it's important to keep things firmly in perspective.
  A hemorrhagic cyst is unlikely to cause serious complications. Most functional cysts,
even those that are hemorrhagic in nature, will go away with no medical intervention.
You may have some abdominal pain, which could be the only recognizable sign that
the cyst is even present. If the cysts bursts, it could release the blood-laced fluid into
the abdominal cavity, but even that shouldn't be too serious or require surgery.
  The Hormone Connection
  Regardless of what type of ovarian cyst you are dealing with, there is likely some
sort of hormonal component. Your female hormones direct the proper action of the
reproductive system, giving the signal to develop an egg, release it and begin the
cycle again.
  When ovarian cysts develop, many people suspect that malfunctioning hormones are
at least partially to blame. Hormones contribute to both functional and complex cysts
and can be players in conditions like endometriosis, PCOS or even fibroid uterine
cysts.
  What Can I Do?
  When you are diagnosed with your first functional or hemorrhagic cyst, your doctor
will probably not do anything at all. He may monitor your condition to ensure that
there are no further complications.
  In addition, hormone-regulating drugs, such as birth control, may be prescribed.
However, there are always drawbacks to taking a more medical approach, especially
when you are talking about delicate organs like the reproductive system.
  Because the doctor will be so hands-off, this is really the perfect opportunity for you
to take a more holistic and natural approach. Hormones can be regulated via diet and
exercise, surprisingly.
  There are also herbs and homeopathic preparations that are specifically designed to
increase reproductive health and function. Finally, if your doctor does recommend
surgery, always explore all your options completely before committing, especially
those holistic approaches that are less intrusive.
  Have you just been diagnosed with a hemorrhagic cyst?
  Learn how I discovered a natural cure for ovarian cysts and now live a healthier, cyst
free life by visiting http://www.ovariancysttreatmentreport.com

				
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