Diagnosed with ovarian cysts? Get it treated or removed before it severely interferes with your health. Consult with our expert female gynecologists in Hyderabad for effective and risk-free surgical treatment for your ovarian cysts problems
Ovarian cysts are the fluid-filled pockets or sac-like structures inside or on the walls of the ovaries. Ovaries are the almond-shaped structures on each side of the uterus that are responsible for the development and maturation of the eggs. So, when cysts form in the ovaries, it impairs their functioning.
Ovarian cysts are commonly occurring and can have an impact of varying degrees on different females. In some cases, ovarian cysts may disappear in a few months, whereas mostly it requires proper medical care and attention. Ovarian cysts can cause severe symptoms when they rupture or burst in the ovaries. Therefore, once diagnosed with ovarian cysts, a female should seek treatment as soon as possible.
The doctor physically examines the patient to check for any fluid-filled pockets or cysts in the ovaries. If the doctor feels some abnormalities then further diagnostic tests for ovarian cyst are carried out.
After a detailed diagnosis and monitoring your ovarian cyst for a few menstrual cycles, your gynecologist will be able to recommend the most suitable treatment option for you. If you need surgery, the gynecologist will let you know which surgery you need, its benefits, risks and recovery period.
Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy is a safe and advanced way of removing cysts in the ovaries. This is also referred to as keyhole surgery that is minimally invasive in nature and requires only a few minor incisions on the abdomen.
Before the procedure, the patient is administered anesthesia to ensure no pain or discomfort to the patient. The surgeon inserts a thin tube with a camera on its end (laparoscope) into the abdomen by making a small incision near the navel.
The other 1-2 minor incisions are made on the abdomen. Further, the surgeon makes more space between the internal organs and the abdomen. This allows the surgeon to precisely remove the cysts from the ovaries without causing injury to any other organ in the lower abdomen.
In Hyderabad, you can consult certified and experienced gynecologists at Max health Hospital. Our gynecologists offer private consultations for various gynecological disorders and have cured several cases of ovarian cysts by using advanced technology. So, you can book an online appointment to consult one of our gynecologists at your nearest Max Health Hospital in Kukatpally.
Yes. It is possible for a woman to get pregnant after an ovarian cyst surgery. Ovarian cyst surgery does not affect fertility unless the ovaries are removed during the procedure.
Most ovarian cysts cause little or no discomfort and are often harmless. In fact, most ovarian cysts disappear on their own without treatment in a few months. However, large or ruptured ovarian cysts are dangerous and can cause serious symptoms.
Yes. Ovarian cysts commonly occur in early pregnancy, even though the female is no longer menstruating. Usually, these ovarian cysts are harmless. However, it is a problem if the cysts continue to grow throughout the pregnancy. If you have an ovarian cyst during pregnancy, meet our OB-GYN, who will work closely with you to ensure there is no harm to your health and you have a safe pregnancy
Hospitalisation after laparoscopic ovarian cyst surgery is typically 1 to 2 days. Most females are discharged from the hospital within 48 hours of the surgery.
Before your ovarian cyst surgery, your gynecologist will advise you to stop eating or drinking anything at least 6 hours before the surgery. Your gynecologist will ask you about the medications that you are taking regularly and may advise you to discontinue some during the time of surgery. In case you need some specific instructions, your gynecologist will let you know.
Most ovarian cysts that are small in size do not cause pain but may cause other symptoms such as pressure, bloating, swelling, or pain in the lower abdomen. Large ovarian cysts can cause pain that may be sharp or dull and may often come and go. If an ovarian cyst ruptures, it may cause severe pain suddenly. If you are experiencing severe pain due to ovarian cyst, consult an expert gynecologist right away.
Yes. Some types of ovarian cysts are hormone-secreting cysts that can impact several parts of the female’s health including the body weight.