On the other hand, pathological cysts are also non-cancerous, but in rare cases, they can be cancerous. There can be any number of pathological cysts in women, and it develops before and after the menopausal days. A certain part of pathological cysts develops so big that they can restrict the flow of blood to the ovaries. Problematic pathological cysts should be cut off through surgery.
The symptoms of ovarian cysts often go unnoticed until they are ruptured or become so big that they start to block the blood flow to the ovaries. In this case, one may have the following symptoms:
1. Lower back pain
2. Abdominal swelling or bloating
3. Painful or irregular bowel movement
4. Painful intercourse
5. Pelvic pain, dull or sharp, and severe
6. Difficulty in getting pregnant
7. Tenderness in breasts
8. Fever and more
Laparoscopic Surgery for Ovarian Cysts
Laparoscopic surgery for ovarian cysts is carried out through pinpoint incisions in the abdominal wall using a laparoscope device. During the operation, carbon dioxide is pumped into the abdominal cavity for the best view. First, the cyst is opened, and then its contents are removed, and then the empty capsule is removed. The recovery time after the surgery is much shorter and is less painful.
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