|The Ultimate Guide To Ovarian Cyst Rupture|
Did you know, that a lot of cases of an ovarian cyst rupture are caused by an ovarian cyst not being found and resolved earlier on?
An ovarian cyst rupture can cause not only intense pain, but you can also have serious medical problems. Therefore, it's important that you pay more attention to it.
This article is split into 2 pages, a guide to the symptoms and then what options are available for treatment (including natural treatment).
Symptoms of an ovarian cyst rupture
The symptoms are similar to those regular ovarian cyst. PAIN is the most common symptom for both of them. If you experience from the following symptoms, you may have an ovarian cyst rupture.
Sharp, piercing pain. Particularly in the lower abdominal quadrants.
Excessive pain in the following situations.
Pelvic pain which is constant, dull and aching. You may also experience severe pain during daily activities, such as during or immediately following sexual intercourse. If you are suffering from severe and persistent pain in the abdomen or pelvis, particularly if it is associated with symptoms such as nausea and vomiting, light-headedness or fainting, and clamminess? Please seek immediate medical attention in this case.
Pallor or anemia, may be an indication of a loss of blood and internal bleeding.
If an ovarian cyst rupture occurs with internal bleeding or a severe twist of the ovary, medical treatment is needed.
An ovarian cyst rupture can be potentially life-threatening, therefore it is a lot safer to have your symptoms checked to be found benign than requiring emergency surgery.
What are the treatment options for an ovarian cyst rupture? Next Page>>
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