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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome – Causes, Symptoms & Treatment | Dr. Thejaswini J

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) mostly occurs in young and middle aged women and can cause a wide range of problems in women including irregular cycles and infertility.

Check out this video by Dr. Thejaswini J, Consultant, Obstetrics & Gynaecology at Narayana Multispeciality Hospital, HSR Layout explaining the causes, symptoms and treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

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Ovarian Cyst Symptoms | Medical Animation # 5 Shorts |

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The ovary is a common site for cysts, which may be simple enlargements of normal ovarian constituents, the graafian follicle, or the corpus luteum, or they may arise from abnormal growth of the ovarian epithelium.

The patient may or may not report acute or chronic abdominal pain. Symptoms of a ruptured cyst mimic various acute abdominal emergencies, such as appendicitis or ectopic pregnancy. Larger cysts may produce abdominal swelling and exert pressure on adjacent abdominal organs.

The treatment of large ovarian cysts is usually surgical removal.
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Dr Dinesh Kansal, gynaecologist at BLK Super Specialty Hospital says that presence of ovarian cysts is a serious medical condition and it is essential to take medical treatment to diagnose whether it is cancerous. Also on the show, nutritionist Tapasya Mundhra explains why it is always a good habit to have smaller meals multiple times in a day than having large meals thrice a day. (Audio in Hindi)
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Symptoms of ovarian cysts

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Symptoms of ovarian cysts by Dr Asha Dalal, Mentor in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology at Sir H. N. Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre.
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Ovarian cysts are common, especially with women who still get their period. They’re solid or fluid-filled pockets that form on your ovaries. They occur naturally and most of the time can be painless, and might usually go away on their own without treatment. Here to help us unpack the topic of ovarian cysts, please welcome Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Dr Ilana Johnson and Multimedia Health Specialist Dr Darren Green.

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Ovarian Cysts: Symptoms, Complications, & Treatments | Pearl Women's Center

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Ovarian Cysts: Symptoms, Complications, & Treatments | Pearl Women's Center

Learn more about the signs, symptoms, complications, and treatments for ovarian cysts in Portland, Oregon at the Pearl Women’s Center:

In this video, gynecologic surgeon Dr. Richard Rosenfield talks about ovarian cysts: what causes them, symptoms, complications, and treatments for ovarian cysts in Portland, Oregon, at the Pearl Women’s Center.

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Ovarian Cysts: Causes, Symptoms & Natural Treatment – Dr.Berg

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about ovarian cysts. It is a fluid-filled sac and could refer pain in either side of the S-I joints (low back pain). Estrogen dominance is what causes this ovarian cysts and the remedy for this is iodine. Iodine is needed to help balance estrogen and promote progesterone (which helps balance estrogen as well). The ovary stores more iodine than any other organs of the body except the thyroid.

Causes of Iodine Deficiency
1. Iodine is a trace mineral – Farmers, most of the time, don’t put these trace minerals back into the soils. The plant is only fortified by what’s in the soil.
2. Fluorine / chlorine / bromine

Iodine Benefits
• Helps lower estrogen
• Enhances progesterone
• Decreases the risk of certain types of diseases (breast and ovary)
• Reduces hot flashes
• Reduces PMS and cramping

Recommendation: High-quality organic sea kelp (iodine and trace mineral source)
*If you have a hyperthyroid condition, don’t take iodine or sea kelp.

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Ovarian cysts – Symptoms and Causes: Advanced treatment || Dr. Suvarna Rai || Lifeline – TV9

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A solid or fluid-filled sac or pocket (cyst) within or on the surface of an ovary.

Very common
More than 10 million cases per year (India)
Treatable by a medical professional
Requires a medical diagnosis
Lab tests or imaging always required
Medium-term: resolves within months
Ovarian cysts usually disappear in a few months but can cause complications if they don’t.
Most ovarian cysts don’t cause symptoms. In some cases, menstrual irregularities, pain during intercourse or irregular bowel movements can occur.
Many cysts go away on their own. If not, treatments are contraceptive pills or surgery.

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AMITA Health Obstetrics & Gynecology specialist, Buthaina Jabir, DO, discusses symptoms, causes and treatment options for patients with ovarian cysts.
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Germ cell ovarian tumors – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

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What is germ cell ovarian cancer? Germ cell ovarian cancer is a type of ovarian cancer that originates from the germ cells of the ovary. Find more videos at

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Ovarian Cyst: Its Symptoms, Diagnosis, Causes and Treatment

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Q) What are Ovarian Cysts? 0:23

A) An ovarian cyst is a large fluid sac that can develop within or on an ovary. It can be simple, which means thin walled filled with fluid or can be complex that it is may contain thick fluid, blood or solid areas.

Q) How common are Ovarian Cysts? 0:44

A) Ovarian Cyst is very common. Most women are unaware that they are often without any symptom and disappear spontaneously with time. But 1 in 10 women may need surgery at some point in their lives.

Q) What are the Symptoms? 1:03

A) They are often asymptomatic and found
• incidentally during physical examination by Gynaecologist, or
• when a patient shows some symptoms like nausea, vomiting, pain in the abdomen, pelvis, lower back, thigh, and unusual bleeding.

Q) How are Ovarian Cysts Diagnosed? 1:23

A) As said they are usually diagnosed by
• a physical examination by a gynaecologist
• imaging studies
• a pelvic ultrasound or an MRI

Q) What are the Causes of Ovarian Cyst? 1:37

A) The most common causes of ovarian cysts are
• Hormonal problem – Hormonal Problems as seen in Polycystic Ovarian Disease.
• Endometriosis – In women who have endometriosis they can develop a cyst filled with blood called endometrioma.
• Pregnancy – In early pregnancy, a small ovarian cyst called a corpus luteal cyst normally develops to support the pregnancy until the placenta forms.
• Severe pelvic infections – In case of severe pelvic infections it can spread to the ovaries and fallopian tubes and cause cysts to form.

Q) Can Ovarian Cyst affect Fertility? 2:10

A) Not all ovarian cysts affect fertility. Some cysts that become very large and require treatment by surgery or medications can affect fertility. Polycystic ovaries and endometrioma are known to affect fertility.

Q) Can Ovarian Cyst cause Cancer? 2:29

A) Yes, rarely ovarian cysts can be cancerous. The risk increases with age. Post-menopausal women with ovarian cysts have a higher risk of developing ovarian cancer.

Q) What are the Treatments of Ovarian Cysts? 2:47

A) The treatment option is dependent on the patient’s age, their fertility status, symptoms and how large the cyst is. Treatment can be conservative or medical in which patient is told to wait and watch as the majority of cysts disappear on their own. In case of larger cysts or symptomatic like pain during periods or in cases of twisting of the ovary then surgical removal of the cyst is recommended. Complex cyst usually requires further evaluation and surgical removal may be needed.

Q) Why come to Medicover Fertility for the treatment of Ovarian Cyst? 3:27

A) Medicover Fertility is a clinic with International standards and high success rate that uses advanced fertility treatments and enable couples with severe infertility problems to successfully conceive.
As we know that all ovarian cysts do not cause infertility. Some cysts tend to go on their own and some can be managed through medications. But a cause like the polycystic ovary syndrome, endometrioma, and some ovarian tumour a patient should see a doctor sooner as it may reduce fertility if left untreated, in fact, a further plan of fertility treatment should be timely discussed. In cases where they are looking for pregnancy, we treat these patients with the individualistic treatment plan. In some cases where the patient have been trying for a long time or have some other factors causing infertility, we at Medicover can maximise their chance of fertility by IVF technology.
In some cases of a complex cyst, we have a team of doctors who have vast experience and have had advanced training in performing minimally invasive surgery that is laparoscopy for the removal of these complicated cysts.

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Ovarian Cyst Symptoms and Exactly What Can Be Done

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