An Ovarian Cyst is a sac of cells growing out of an ovary. Ovaries have a tendency to produce an unusual number of cysts. Like Fibroids they come in all different shapes, and can grow very large. Cysts have been found to have teeth, hair, oil and more inside.
Very often, women who have Ovarian Cysts have no symptoms at all. Also, because functional cysts have a tendency to disappear on their own, symptoms may come and go nearly unnoticed. Functional cysts are common and relate the natural menstrual cycle. If symptomatic, they can cause abdominal pain, abnormal bleeding, and/or swelling of the abdomen.
Using the Advanced Laser Pelviscopy, the cyst can be removed from a tiny incision below the bikini line. Most often patients can have procedure and go home the same day for a speedy recovery.