Volume 4 Issue 2 (Apr.- June) 2021
A Case of Haemorrhagic Cyst
Sonia Mishra, Rohan Mishra
A Female reproductive system consist of ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus .ovarian cysts are fluid filled sacs or pockets in an ovary women have 2 ovaries each about the size and shape of almond on each side of uterus eggs develop and mature in the ovaries and are released in monthly cycles if fertilization does not happen if egg does not mature and ovulation does not happen then cyst are formed
Many females have ovarian cyst at some time large ovarian cyst cause symptoma like pelvic pain – a dull or sharp ache at lower abdomen, irregular menses ,dysmenorrhoea etc … Haemorrhagic cyst is a type of ovarian cyst commonly seen in clinical practice becz they are usually painful most haemorrhagic cyst are functional few of them can be neoplastic but they are universally benign
A female patient of age 23 years was suffering from pain at pelvic region with feeling of heavinessand irregular periods since 4 months USG was done and rt ovarian Haemorrhagic Cyst of 5.9x4.44x6.77cm volume 93.47 cc was detected on basis of totality of symptom puls was given to relieve complaints. Homeopathic medicines have remarkable effect on cases of haemorrhagic cyst if medicine is given on basis of individualization and proper potency.