Saturday, September 19, 2009

Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian cysts

There are two things that must be understood to understand this disease. First, understand the ovary, and the two cysts.

The ovaries of each woman-owned, there are number 2 on the right and left. Magnitude, of walnut. The ovaries contain thousands of eggs that are still young. Each month the young egg is then enlarged and mature. The moment of conception (ovulation), a mature egg is out via the channel terlur into the uterus.

If a mature egg is not fertilized, the young eggs were going to shrink and disappear in 2-3 weeks and will continue to repeat as a woman's menstrual cycle. If there is disruption of the cycle process there will be what is called a cyst. Thus, such a cyst is not cancerous.