The discovery that you might have symptoms of ovarian cysts can be pretty scary. You’ll know what I mean if you have your own concerns about what is happening in your body right now.
Knowing the symptoms of ovarian cysts can help you to detect the root of your problem, whatever it might be: pelvic pain, infertility, irregular menstruation, nausea and many others.
Being aware of ovarian cyst symptoms and subsequently taking correct treatment decisions can help prevent an ovarian cyst from growing and can save you from many inconveniences like unbearable pain, ovarian cyst rupture or a surgery. Women should also be aware of the very successful option: natural treatment for ovarian cysts.
Here is a video that speaks about the main 5 symptoms of ovarian cysts. If you wish to get a full list, continue reading below the video.
Let’s have a look at the complete list of symptoms of ovarian cysts (in no particular order):
List Of Symptoms Of Ovarian Cysts
- Pelvic and abdominal pain, which can increase during the menstruation.
- Lower back pain. But also general back pain or shoulder pain.
- Pain during sexual intercourse.
- Tenderness or any other changes in your breasts.
- Constant abdominal pain followed by pressure and constipation.
- Increased hair growth (including facial hair).
- Acne, problematic skin.
- A constant feeling of a full bladder or feeling of swelling in the stomach.
- Feel nauseated regularly.
- Changes in appetite.
- Indigestion (ovarian cancer also causes common digestive problems).
- Feeling full quickly.
- Urinary urgency and frequency.
- Weight gain. Certain types of ovarian cysts, especially a type called PCOS, are based on hormonal imbalance and gaining weight is a side effect of incorrect hormonal function.
- Constant higher body temperature for a longer period or higher body temperature in the evenings. It might be worth measuring this for a short period of time.
- Yellow/white vaginal discharge.
It’s quite a list isn’t it, but the symptoms of ovarian cysts listed here can also be a sign of other reproductive issues or other problems. However, if you suffer from several symptoms of ovarian cysts mentioned above, there could be a real chance you might need ovarian cyst treatment.
In any case, it is better if you find out the real cause of your symptoms as soon as possible. Try not to stick your head in the sand but do consult a doctor as soon as you have concerns about symptoms of ovarian cysts.