The presence of bags on the ovarie

The female reproductive system consists mainly of the ovaries, the fallopian tube, the uterus, and the vagina. The ovaries also play an important role in the reproductive system of each female. The two are located on both sides of the uterus in the pelvis and connect the two sides to the fallopian tube. , Each month of bleach on the rotation

Symptoms of bags on the ovaries

The ovary cyst usually does not cause any symptoms. In many cases, the cyst is detected in the ovaries only during a routine examination by a gynecologist, but in cases where the cyst in the ovary is bleeding or ruptured, it may cause problems.

Ovarian bags and causes of ovarian cysts

These bags are often filled with fluid, these bags are formed in the ovaries or on it, and can be in different sizes and numbers, these bags may be cancerous,

But they are often benign, and can be formed at any time in women's age but are often made up at the age of reproduction or the age of reproductive activity.

If the ovaries are cancerous, they are often found in women who have reached menopause, but in general, the ovaries are usually benign, and disappear alone, especially if they do not lead to any symptoms on the patient.

Symptoms of polycystic ovaries include

Pain, or bulge, in the abdomen.

Pain in the lower back.
Pain when practicing sexual intercourse.
Pains in the period of menstruation (menstrual cycle), severe bleeding.
Increase in weight.
Nausea or vomiting. It has an appetite, feeling full after a small meal.
Difficulty urinating, or urinating many times and often.
Types of bags
 They are bags that appear as a normal part of the ovary function, and as part of the normal menstrual cycle, they are usually not serious or harmful. There are different types of functional bags that can arise during the changes that occur in the ovaries each month.
 Theca-lutein cysts:
 This sac is the least common among the functional bags that appear in the ovaries, and is made up in pregnant women, usually consists of ovaries of pregnant women, usually also more than a bag.
Follicular cysts:

Every month, an egg is produced inside a small fluid-encased pod in the egg shell. If this follicle fails to explode at the time of ovulation, the egg passes through the fallopian tube to the uterus; the fluid accumulates in the follicle and becomes a sac.
Yellow body bag (Corpus leteum cyst):
The age of the yellow body stage of the menstrual cycle is 14 days, and the stage of the yellow body is fixed in all women at the age of the rest of the stages of the menstrual cycle, in the absence of pregnancy, but if pregnancy, the yellow body continues to secrete progesterone for 5-9 weeks, Until the yellow body decomposes at 14 weeks, and if the yellow body fails to decompose, this causes the yellow body bag to develop. The yellow body bag is usually 3cm in diameter and can cause the yellow body to burst.
Treating bags on the ovaries

The cyst in the uterus often disappears automatically and without any treatment. For women who do not feel uncomfortable, especially if they are under menopause, the doctor generally recommends that you wait carefully, without treating the cyst.

However, the patient is examined once a month for a period of three months, in order to ensure that there are no changes in the condition of the cyst in the uterus.

In cases of uterine cyst that do not automatically disappear, increase or cause pain, surgical treatment can be used.

Laparoscopic surgery (endoscopy).
Open the abdomen
In addition to surgical treatment, two other treatment methods can be adopted:

Chemical treatment.
Radiation therapy.
Any of the above-mentioned treatment methods (surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy) can be used as a single method of treatment, or several treatments can be combined. There is a possibility of recurrence of cancerous tumors in the womb. In this case, additional surgery is needed, sometimes accompanied by a chemical or radiological treatment.