Ruptured Ovarian cyst -
symptom ruptured ovarian cyst
What is Ruptured Ovarian cyst ?
An ovarian cyst is a sac or pouch that develops in or on the ovary. The cysts may contain liquid, or solid material or a combination of both.
An Ruptured Ovarian cyst is a sac or pouch that develops in or on the ovary. The cysts may contain liquid, or solid material or a combination of both.
An Ruptured Ovarian cyst is a growth or swelling on, or inside, the ovary. It may be solid, or filled with fluid. If yours is solid you might hear it called a tumour.
Ruptured Ovarian cyst Facts and Information
A cyst is a fluid-filled sac, and can be located anywhere in the body. On the ovary, different types of cysts can form.
During ovulation (the process during which the egg ripens and is released from the ovary) the ovary produces a hormone to make the follicles (sacs containing immature eggs and fluid) grow and the eggs within it mature.
Other Types of Ovarian cyst
- Complex Ovarian cyst
- Ovarian Dermoid Cyst
- Hemorrhagic Ovarian cyst
Symptom of Ruptured Ovarian cyst
Here are the list of some symptoms :
- a feeling of fullness (even after a light meal)
- loss of appetite
- gas and indigestion that can't otherwise be explained
- weight loss
- frequent urination
Ovarian cyst Symptoms