Cysts commonly occur in numerous tissues and organs and are often named according to their particular anatomical location (eg, ovarian, bladder, breast, liver, kidney, pancreatic, vaginal, skin, thyroid).
Women have two ovaries, each the size and shape of an almond, on each side of the uterus. The eggs (ovules), which develop and mature in the ovaries, are released in monthly cycles during the fertile years.
Many women have ovarian cysts at some time. Most ovarian cysts have little or no discomfort and are harmless. Most disappear without treatment within a few months.
However, some ovarian cysts, especially those that have ruptured, can cause excruciating pain and severe symptoms.
-Very early menstruation Age
treatment of infertility with gonadotropins causes large cysts
-Clomiphene use increases cysts development
-Use of tamoxifen for breast cancer
3 Natural remedies to eliminate ovarian cysts
Echinacea: Taking this plant, a traditional Native American herb, can help relieve some types of cysts. Taking Echinacea for 20 days interrupted by a three-day break in between can increase the white blood cell count and effectiveness by breaking down the abnormal cells that produce up to the ovarian cysts. Echinacea can also help treat acne cysts.
Apple cider vinegar: Can help reduce and eliminate ovarian cysts caused by potassium deficiency.
It is high in potassium and recommended by many health experts.
Beet, molasses and aloe: The alkaline nature of the beet helps to balance the acidity in your body. It helps reduce the symptoms of ovarian cysts.
Mix half a cup of freshly extracted beet juice with a tablespoon of aloe vera gel and black molasses. Drink this once a day before eating your breakfast.
Follow this remedy daily until your symptoms have subsided.