If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cysts you probably have had the three treatments available in traditional medicine explained to you by your doctor. Not many women think to ask which one will actually cure ovarian cysts. The women, like the doctors, are focused on solving the problem at hand, not some future problem that may or may not occur.
If you were one of the women who did ask the question, the answer was probably pretty disappointing. None of the three treatments, watchful waiting, hormone therapy or surgery, can prevent ovarian cysts from returning. In fact if you have troublesome cysts today, your odds of having them again and again are very high. That means more of the same therapy.
Ovarian cysts are a natural occurrence during ovulation and most resolves them over a period of time and have no impact on your health. As a matter of fact, most cysts do not even display any symptoms. However, the cysts that do display symptoms can grow to be the size of a grapefruit and create real threats, as well as excruciating pain, to a woman's health.
When a woman develops these kinds of cysts it is a signal from her body that something is wrong. Something is out of balance and that's what is causing this condition. Traditional medicine does not address this signal with any seriousness. Treatment is basically one size fits all with the only variations being in the types and dosage rates of the hormone therapy.
Natural or holistic treatment focuses on finding the imbalance that is creating the condition. Easing the pain is the easy part with most pain gone after a few hours of treatment. The real benefit though is finding and fixing the root cause. It will not be the same for all women. Your body is unique and what cures you may not cure somebody else.
Natural treatment can eliminate ovarian cysts in as little as two menstrual cycles. Not only are they eliminated, they will not return.
Think about that for a moment. Imagine that it is 8 weeks from today and your ultrasound shows absolutely no cysts. How great would that feel?
It's your body; you decide the type of treatment for ovarian cysts that best fits your needs.