Cysts and Fibroids - A definition
There are many types of ovarian cysts and it is important for your doctor to look at a cyst closely with an ultrasound examination in order to identify if it is fluid-filled, solid or mixed. The shape, size and location are all important factors in determining if it can be left alone or if it should be removed or biopsied. Sometimes cysts can be related to endometriosis or PCOS. Fibroids can be associated with heavy bleeding or flooding and sometimes pain.
The most common types of cysts are just fluid-filled follicles that did not rupture during ovulation to release the egg. Termed functional cysts, they usually go away within the menstrual cycle and cause no further problems. Occasionally a functional cyst can grow and then rupture causing intense abdominal pain until the fluid contents of the cyst are reabsorbed by the body.
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