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All You Need to Know About Ovarian Cysts And Fertility



All You Need to Know About Ovarian Cysts And Fertility

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Many women tend to develop cysts in their ovaries. An ovarian cyst is a kind of sac that developed inside the ovary of a woman and is filled with fluid of some sort. The ovaries are the organs in a woman that is responsible for producing eggs as well as certain hormones. While most ovarian cysts do not pose any major risk to a woman’s health, there are some that may affect fertility in a woman. If you suspect that you may have ovarian cysts, you should seek the services of a top infertility clinic in India.

How Ovarian Cysts Affect Fertility in Women

While most ovarian cysts are benign, they have been known to interfere with a woman’s ability to ovulate. Most infertility cases in women can be attributed to irregularities with ovulation, the process where a mature egg is released by the ovaries into the uterus through the fallopian tubes. But not all ovarian cysts hamper conception. Women who face infertility due to ovarian cysts can resolve their condition through medicine or surgery. That an ovarian cysts is the cause for infertility should only be diagnosed by a top infertility consultant in India and only then should necessary steps be taken to resolve the issue.

Types Of Ovarian Cysts That Affect Fertility

Only certain types of ovarian cysts are responsible for affecting fertility in women.

There are different kinds of ovarian cysts, but only certain types affect a woman's fertility. These are cysts formed by polycystic ovary syndrome and endometriomas.

Polycystic ovary syndrome is a condition that takes place when there is a reproductive hormonal imbalance in a woman. In such cases, a woman’s ovaries aren’t able to produce the required hormones needed to allow mature eggs to be released by the follicle. When these follicles don’t break, they turn into cysts. Infrequent menstrual cycles are classic signs of polycystic ovary syndrome, the most common cause of infertility in women.

Endometriosis refers to a fairly painful condition in which the endometrium, or the uterine tissue, grows outside the uterus resulting in several complications, including infertility. When the endometrium forms on the ovaries, it may result in endometriomas which may prevent the production of fertile eggs in a woman.

Treatments

Women who suffer from the risk of infertility due to ovarian cysts can breathe a sigh of relief as there are several medical procedures that may help to ameliorate these risks. One main medical procedure is in vitro fertilization or IVF. In this procedure, the egg from a woman’s ovaries are removed and placed with her spouse’s sperm. If the egg is successfully fertilized by the sperm, it is then transferred back to the uterus of the woman so that the conception process continues.

It is important to remember that the success of an IVF procedure isn’t a sure-shot. It can be a rather frustrating experience for couples who are having trouble conceiving naturally as many times, the embryo does not get implanted successfully in the uterus. However, if the procedure is carried out in a top IVF clinic in India, under the guided hand of an IVF consultant in India, the chances of success may be higher.  Sometimes, infertility experts may even recommend procedures known as assisted hatching for couple who have had a number of failed IVF procedures or have a poor prognosis for IVF.

 
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