Ovarian Cyst

An ovarian cyst or ovarian cyst is a sac or pouch filled with fluid that forms inside the ovary or this. The most common are functional cysts which are formed due to ovulation, and they are divided into follicular cysts, when the follicle does not open to release the egg;corpus luteum cysts, if the follicle which held the egg is sealed after release. Usually, no specific treatment is necessary since they produce mild symptoms and go away on their own in about 6 or 7 weeks. In addition, cysts are common in women of reproductive age, and are usually benign, but can also be malignant or cancerous. Many cases may require treatment by adequate surgery ovarian cysts: in benign can delete only the area of the ovary becomes ill, through a laparoscopic intervention of ovarian cyst;however, in the case of malignant cysts, often requires removing the entire ovary.