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Ovarian Dermoid Cyst Removal Overview
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Ovarian Dermoid Cyst Removal Overview

Growth of ovarian dermoid cyst can develop in a woman during her fertile years. They can occur at any age, but the best proof of age limit is of childbearing age. The average age is 30 Up to 15% of women with ovarian teratomas have them in both ovaries. The ovarian dermoid cyst torsion can cause infection, rupture, and cancer. Ovarian cysts grow slowly and are not painful, unless torn. Ovarian ablation dermoid cyst is usually the treatment of choice.

Instead of another dermoid cysts, ovarian dermoid cyst removal requires special techniques and training methods. These cysts can be either conventional surgery or be removed by laparoscopy.

In laparoscopic ovarian dermoid cyst removal, the surgeon fills the belly of a woman with a gas and makes small incisions through which a thin scope (laparoscope) to the stomach. The surgeon identifies the cyst dermoid by the scope and remove the cyst or a sample thereof. Laparoscopy leaves less scarring than traditional surgery because of smaller incisions, and there is less pain, blood loss and recovery time for patients dermoid cyst.

An ovarian cyst may twist and cause severe abdominal pain
, nausea and vomiting. A dermoid ovarian cyst excision is necessary to correct the twist. This is an emergency.

The surgery can be avoided in some cases, holistic and natural alternative to treat and prevent a recurrence of ovarian dermoid cysts.
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