Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian cysts are tiny fluid-filled sacs that grow in a woman’s ovaries. Most of the cysts won’t harm and there is no sign of any symptoms, but sometimes it may cause complications like bleeding, rupture, or pain. In most cases, the small ovarian cysts naturally occur and disappear within a few months without any treatment.

When any complication and symptoms may arrive: – You have to go for a check-up than seeing your condition the Obstetrician & Gynaecologist may suggest any Ovarian cyst removal surgery.

Complications and Symptoms are

  • Lower Abdominal or Pelvic Pain.
  • Irregular Menstruation.
  • Uterine Bleeding.
  • Bloating or Fullness in the Abdomen.
  • Pain or Pressure During Urination or Bowel Movement.
  • Pain During Intercourse.
  • More Weight Gain.
  • Nausea and Vomiting.
  • Pain During Menstruation.
  • Problems With Control of Urination.

To have a brief idea about Ovarian cysts, first, let us know about the function of ovaries.

Ovaries and Their Function

Ovaries look like two small bean-shaped reproductive organs located on each side of the uterus. Every month the women have their menstrual cycle, which releases eggs, known as ovulation. While the egg develops inside the ovary, a hormone called estrogen is released which prepares the uterus for a healthy pregnancy.

Then the surface of the uterus grows and prepares for implanting of the fertilized egg. If the egg is fertilized, the uterus breaks down and starts developing a menstruation cycle every month. The timely ovulation stops and fails to fertilize the egg inside the ovary when you have any cyst problems.

Who Gets the Cyst Problems?

Nowadays Ovarian cysts are common in all age groups. Around 70% of women develop ovarian cysts at least in a lifetime. In many cases, some cysts won’t do any harm or do not show any symptoms. If anyone finds the above symptoms kindly visit Aashara Hospitals, the best Obstetrician & Gynaecologist will treat you by giving you the best Ovarian cyst removal surgery!

When One Needs to Visit at Aashara Hospital:

Ovarian cysts occur when anyone has hormonal and endometrial causes. You may have risk factors like

  • The earlier history of previous ovarian cysts.
  • Obesity.
  • Infertility.
  • Irregular menstrual cycles.
  • Early menstruation (earlier than 11 years of age).
  • Hypothyroidism.

If you see all the above risks and complication factors then you have to meet Aashara Hospital Obstetrician & Gynaecologist for further treatment.

Types of Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian cysts are generally classified into two types: Functional and Non-Functional (Pathological).

  • Functional ovarian cysts are harmless and can disappear on their own. 
  • Non-functional ovarian cysts form irregularity of abnormal cell growth.

Other specified cysts are also follicular cysts or corpus luteum cysts related to ovulation. Other dangers like Polycystic ovaries, Cystadenoma or Dermoid cysts, and endometrioid cysts are Ovarian cancers.


When anyone has cyst problems, they need to show them to the best Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at Aashara Hospital. The doctor here will check up on the patients through various pelvic exams or on an imaging test, such as a pelvic ultrasound to examine the size of their cysts and what type of cysts, they are developing whether it is harmful or not! And then seeing the conditions, the doctor may suggest opting for Ovarian cyst removal surgery

The possible Test includes

  • Pelvic Ultrasound.
  • Laparoscopy.
  • Tumor Marker Tests.
  • MRI.
  • Blood Test.
  • Hormone – Level Tests.

Pelvic ultrasound is done here by our Obstetrician & Gynaecologist to know the cyst location, and to see if it is solid or filled with fluid. Laparoscopy is an Ovarian cyst removal surgery procedure done here by our experienced Obstetrician & Gynaecologist named Dr. A. Mythily. She handled the surgery in a well – systematic manner to cure her patients.

A final Tumor marker test is done to check whether the cysts are harmless or not and to check if any complications are found like endometriosis and pelvic inflammatory disease.


In most cases, some cysts disappear on their own, but in some cases, there is a need for accurate and better treatment like Ovarian cyst removal surgery or through medication. Due to cyst problems, one may not ovulate properly. So, in that case, the doctor here will give some hormonal medicine to ovulate in time.

If the cyst is cancerous and can harm you then our doctors go for minimally invasive surgery (laparoscopy) to remove the cysts from your ovary.

Our doctors offer the best and most affordable Ovarian cysts surgery in Chennai that can make your life normal.

Summing up an important note if you are searching for the best Ovarian cysts surgery in Chennai then Aashara Hospital is best! Where anyone can treat their cyst problems within a cost affordable range.

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