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Ovarian cysts

Nowadays, one of the most frequent conditions affecting almost the every woman is ovarian cysts. The women who are in their childbearing age are at high risk to develop this condition. Many women become very frighten when they discover that they have this condition. Ovarian cysts are benign growths within the ovaries or on the surface of one or both ovaries. In the majority of cases, the ovarian cysts are not serious health condition. They merely cause any discomfort. However, when they grow large, they can cause uncomfortable pain in the lower abdomen or pelvis region.

In most cases, the ovarian cysts do not require medical attention and gradually disappear on their own, there are cases when the ovarian cysts become serious and even lead to the developing of many serious health problems, such as cancer.

Ovarian cysts and ovarian cancer

When the cancers are in question, every twentieth is ovarian cancer. It is thought that the cause of the ovarian cancer is the ovarian cyst. The ovarian cysts can also cause colon cancer, as well as the uterus cancer. When the ovarian cysts start to grow very fast and expand to the tissues of the surrounding organs, tumors are formed. One should know that tumors can be benign and malignant. Benign tumors are not serious health conditions. On the other hand, malignant or cancerous tumors are very dangerous because they cause cancer, which is a very fast progressive disease that destroys the health body cells.

Ovarian cancers may be divided into several types, but the most frequent is the epithelial ovarian cancer developed out of the cells that are on the surface of the ovaries. Germ cell ovarian cancer is another type of ovarian cancer developed out of the cells that are within the ovaries. Other two rare types of ovarian cancer are the stromal ovarian cancer and primary peritoneal cancer.

Colon cancer and ovarian cyst

Several studies proved that colon cancer could be cause by the ovarian cysts. When the ovarian cysts cause ovarian cancer, it can spread to the tissues of the uterus, as well as to the colon, thus forming the uterus and colon cancer. Furthermore, many other organs may be affected and the cancer can even expand to the lungs. Therefore, it is very important to regularly control the ovarian cysts in order to prevent these serious complications that can arise from untreated ovarian cysts.

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