Painful Right Ovarian CystHi Mr. Joe,
I am 38 years old and have always struggled off and on with ovarian cysts. When I was 20 years old I had to be rushed to the hospital due to throwing up and passing out. My abdomen was also protruding. The doctor did an ultrasound and put me on the pill. This caused so many other side effects thats I took myself off of them. I have always had some form of lower abdomen pain and at the age of 27 started to hate intercourse with my spouse because of constant pain. My present gyno says its because I have a tilted pelvis but I haven't always had this pain (during intercourse) so I have a hard time believing this. I forgot to mention that I do have two children, ages 5& 7. About 6 months ago I started having really bad pain, where my ovaries are. It would wake me up in the middle of the night and I wouldnt be able to move for at least two hours. I would break out into a cold sweat and start throwing up. I went to my gyno and had an ultrasound and blood work done. The blood work came back normal, but they found two functiona/simple cysts measuring about 2.5cm each in my right ovary. My gyno was going to put me on the pill but I had done some research and told her to give me a couple of months and I would try apple cider vinegar and molasses. Well this did shrink my cyst as was determined by another ultrasound, but unfortunately I developed GERD from the acv and had to stop. I resorted to taking the birth control pills and have been on them for a little over one month. I am still having severe pain in my right ovary. I was wondering if you could please help me. I simply do not want to have surgery!!!! Thanks,
Korie on 2012-07-11
This works magic for ovarian cyst. You may need a follow up medicine, which I can suggest after you get back to me.
You can prepare wet dose by putting 4 drops in 200ml of water. You want to buy in liquid dilution. For some reason, if you could not get the liquid dilution, you can buy pellets and put 10 pellets in 200ml of water. Shake well and take a table spoon full. Make sure you shake the bottle hard each time before taking the medicine.
♡ Reva V last decade
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