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Ovarian cysts are a very normal occurrence in most women. It is assumed that a vast majority of women old enough to have a child have ovarian cysts not only once, but many times throughout their lives.

In other words, they are very common. Thankfully, most of them are benign, but they do tend to cause a great deal of pain and other complications as well.

When a woman is pregnant then the cysts can also get in the way of a safe delivery of the baby.

Some women will go to see a doctor for help, but there are many that take the matter into their own hands and use home remedies to treat the condition.

A lot of women prefer to do so because they do not want to have a surgery in order to remove the cysts, which is understandable.

The most common and popular home treatment is taking birth control pills. It is very common and safe, because many times doctors will prescribe them for this purpose as well.

Birth control pills contain progestin and estrogen, which regulate the process of ovulation. Simply stated, when there are no eggs, there can be no ovarian cysts either.

However, it is also important to remember that the overuse of the pill can also bring complications along with it.

There are also more natural ways to control the production of hormones in the body. A good way is to eat a lot of whole grains that are rich in vitamin E and B. Not only will they help the ovaries but they will provide help to the liver as well.

Some people use regular, over-the-counter painkillers for ovarian cysts but they too can cause side effects in large amounts.

Heat is very good at treating all kinds of pain and it can reduce the pain of ovarian cysts as well.

However, it is important to remember that the pain is just a symptom and that treating the symptom will not get rid of the cysts, but only offer short-term relief.

A person can hold a heating pad or bottle of hot water just above the abdomen to relieve pain caused by the ovarian cysts. A warm bath before sleep will also help.

A diet rich in fiber will also help. When a person does not consume a lot of fiber, they are often prone to getting constipated, and this can increase the pain of the cysts as well.

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