Ovarian cysts are one of the most common formations in women of childbearing age. Ovarian cysts, which are generally benign and harmless, should be kept under control in order to prevent them taking a turn for the worse. While no treatment is needed in some cases of ovarian cysts, in some cases, treatment is resorted to depending on the condition of the cysts. Diagnosis of ovarian cysts is made by imaging methods such as ultrasound, MRI, tomography, blood tests, laparoscopy or open surgery. In treatment following the diagnosis; monitoring, medical treatments such as birth control pills, surgical methods applied with open or laparoscopic methods may be required. Menstrual irregularity, pain, swelling in the abdomen, vaginal bleeding irregularities, painful menstruation, pain during sexual intercourse, digestive disorders and urinary tract disorders may indicate ovarian cysts.
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