How do women's ovaries fall

Ovarian cysts (ovarian cysts)

As long as there are no or only slight symptoms, you can usually just wait, as most cysts will regress on their own. Depending on the findings, it can make sense to have the cysts checked by a doctor at regular intervals of one to several months. In the event of pain, pain relievers such as other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs () can also help temporarily.

If the cysts change or don't regress and the symptoms persist, one () is possible. The cysts can be examined more closely and, if necessary, removed immediately. However, cysts may form again after removal.

Doctors rarely suggest removing one or even both ovaries. This can be the case if there is a suspicion of cancer or if it is expected that the cysts will not be able to be removed from the tissue. Removal of both ovaries has strong effects, especially for women of childbearing age, as they come into the immediately after the procedure. The sudden drop in hormones can lead to symptoms such as hot flashes, dizziness, headaches or nausea. Therefore, especially in women who would like to have children, try to keep an ovary if possible.

Some doctors recommend treating ovarian cysts with the. However, they are ineffective for functional cysts. The pill inhibits the formation of hormones in the ovaries and thus prevents ovulation. The assumption that cysts disappear faster has not been confirmed in studies.