Get Rid Of Those Painful Ovarian Cysts - With A Totally Natural Approach

Published: 25th July 2009
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Get Rid Of Those Painful Ovarian Cysts - With A Totally Natural Approach

Most women experience pain while dealing with ovarian cysts. Ovarian Cysts can be painful. The pain is most likely to be located in the abdominal or pelvic area although many women experience lower back and thigh pain as well. The pain associated with ovarian cysts is caused by a number of reasons.

• The cyst pushing against the insides of your body

• The cyst twisting or causing twisting of the Fallopian tube

• The cyst rupturing and bleeding

Painful ovaries due to ovarian cysts is generally due to excess estrogen being produced in the body. This excess estrogen causes the cyst to grow which then exerts pressure on your insides. Sometimes rupturing of ovarian cysts is the cause of pain as mentioned previously. Doing the following can reduce and prevent ovarian cysts and the pain associated with them:

• Avoiding fatty foods

• Eating a high fiber diet

• Maintaining a normal weight

• Eat as much organic foods as possible

• Exercise at least 5 times a week

But what can you do if you already have painful ovarian cysts?

The Natural Method I want to share with you is simple, natural and without side effects. It will bring you relief and eliminate ovarian cysts once and for all.

One simple method that can be used effectively by most is the use of a simple herb known botanically as Salix Alba. Salix Alba is commonly known as White Willow.

White Willow bark is a salicin. Salicin is a natural version of the common drug Aspirin. And you would say why not use Aspirin. Well, one of the main reasons is that

the natural version has no reported side effects for one. Second, studies performed in Europe and in America showed that the active principle in White Willow Bark was comparable

to other pain relieving drugs. You can take White Willow Bark in the following way: 2-6 capsules every 4 hours. In more severe ovarian pain, the frequency of intake can be reduced to

every 1 to 2 hours until relief is obtained.

Are there persons who suffer from ovarian cyst pain that might require conventional medical intervention? What symptoms may indicate that a natural approach may not work?

Pain caused by ovarian cyst is common and shouldn't alarm you. However, if you experience any of the signs and symptoms below, you should get immediate medical attention. They include:

• Sudden, severe abdominal or pelvic pain

• Pain accompanied by fever or vomiting

• Faintness, dizziness, or weakness

• Rapid breathing

You don't have to wait for these Ovarian Cysts to get to that point.

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